1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, off Route 20Sturbridge, MA, 01566Phone: 508-347-3362Toll-Free: 800-733-1830
Begin your future in our past
Our 19th-century village is classically New England and unique. Set on 200-acres with historic buildings, gardens, gazebos, fireplaces, and a covered bridge, the options for photos are nearly endless. On -site wedding ceremony options include the Meetinghouse, the Herb Garden, and the Covered Bridge. Reception locations range from a large modern facility to the rustic charm of a 19th-century tavern. Couples can select other uniquely Old Sturbridge Village touches including touring the Village Common in a horse-drawn carriage. The wedding party and guests can also opt to stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges at Old Sturbridge Village. Old Sturbridge Village is easily accessible, conveniently located, and also makes a great location for rehearsal dinners and showers.
277 Main Street - Route 131Sturbridge, MA, 01566Phone: 508-347-3313Toll-Free: 800-782-5425
Take your vows where people have for centuries
You’ve been thinking about your wedding day a long time and how it will look and feel and be remembered long after. Now consider an historic destination with rustic charm and Yankee Hospitality that has been hosting wedding ceremonies since 1771 and an experienced team of wedding consultants to help you to make that dream come true. From the moment you and your guests arrival until you say your goodbyes, every detail will be handled with the same care that has made the Publick House one of the finest full service wedding venues in New England. Check out the year-round wedding packages for indoor and outdoor ceremonies in historic private banquet rooms and picturesque natural settings whether you’re planning a traditional ceremony and reception, or a smaller private affair.
185 Elm StreetFitchburg, MA, 01420Phone: 978-345-4207
Take your vows amidst the inspiration of great art
Let the Fitchburg Art Museum serve as the romantic setting for your wedding celebration and reception. Host your ceremony in a gallery where Egyptian hieroglyphs cover the walls, or say “I do” in a hall decorated with 19th century American masterpieces, American photography, African, Greek, and Roman art, or one of the best exhibits on ancient Egypt in New England. The museum can accommodate from 25-300 people, depending on the gallery that you choose and the museum grounds are also available. The Boston Globe calls the FAM galleries "a jewel in the tiara of New England Museums.” Make your wedding a memorable one and choose a backdrop no one will be expecting. The onsite staff will assist with every detail.