More than 10,000 acres of Sudbury still belong to forests, crops, and pastures, making the town seem much farther than its 22 miles west of Boston.

Welcome to Sudbury

A charming town with rural character, rich history, and two national wildlife refuges within its limits.


More than 10,000 acres of Sudbury still belong to forests, crops, and pastures, making the town seem much farther than its 22 miles west of Boston. Reminders of the town’s earlier farming days are evident in the old barns, wells, stone walls, pastures, and roads which follows the lay of the land, not a designer’s plan. Most homes here sit on large lots, making gardening a popular warm-weather pastime. 


History enthusiasts will appreciate Sudbury's deep roots, as it was incorporated in 1639 and played a significant role in early colonial America. The town is home to historic landmarks such as the Wayside Inn, which is the oldest operating inn in the country, and the iconic Sudbury Grist Mill. Nature lovers will be drawn to Sudbury's abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities. The town boasts an extensive network of conservation lands, parks, and trails, including the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge, where residents can enjoy hiking, birdwatching, and other outdoor activities. Sudbury's strong community spirit is evident in its vibrant town center, where residents gather for local events, farmers' markets, and community celebrations. The town also boasts top-rated schools. Sudbury, MA offers a harmonious blend of history, natural beauty, and community, making it a sought-after destination for those seeking a quintessential New England lifestyle.


The Sudbury public school system is composed of two independent entities, Elementary (encompassing kindergarten through eighth grades) and the Regional High School (run jointly with the town of Lincoln). The K-8 system offers a traditional core curriculum and a number of special programs such as “Catalyst” for gifted students and computer literacy.


The Lincoln Sudbury School Committee oversees both Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School and L-S West. Both are run jointly by the towns of Sudbury and Lincoln. Along with standard graduation requirements, students may choose from a wide variety of specialized studies. More than 75% of the L-S student body takes advantage of a wide array of extracurricular activities, including 44 different interscholastic team sports, foreign language clubs, literary and history journals, drama, band, yearbook and newspaper staffing, and school-sponsored international travel. 

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