1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA 01566
(800) 733-1830


April 1 - October 31
Daily, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Visitors can interact with newborn lambs at Old Sturbridge Village.


Keep the kids busy, active, and learning during spring school vacation at Old Sturbridge Village.  It’s a great time to visit our living history museum, with many newborn animals and springtime activities to see throughout the Village. 

Stay overnight this spring with our April School Vacation Family Fun Package, featuring an overnight stay at the Reeder Family Lodges, admission to the Village and more.  Learn more here.

A plate from the collection of Old Sturbridge Village antiques


Old Sturbridge Village is a living, breathing, vibrant village depicting life in New England from 1790-1840. Visitors can meet historians in costume and tour 40 antique buildings, including a country store, school, and water-powered mills.

Our collection of more than 50,000 artifacts made or used in early New England includes quilts, clocks, pottery, and  fine furniture.

Doc and Blue, young farm animals, train at Old Sturbridge Village


Where does our food come from? At our Freeman Farm, visitors learn how important the harvest was to early New England farmers – and how much work was involved in preserving food to last through the winter.

Visitors can meet heritage breed cattle, oxen, sheep, chickens, and pigs, and see the seasonal rhythms of work on a 19th-century farm.  Be sure to check out our Critter Counter for new arrivals at the Village this spring.