Introduction to Hudson, Massachusetts
Hudson, Massachusetts, in Middlesex county, is 10 miles NW of Framingham, Massachusetts and 26 miles W of Boston, Massachusetts. The people of the town are in the Boston metropolitan area. Hudson has a population of 18,113.
Hudson was initially inhabited by the Praying Indians during the 1650s. The first European settlement of the Hudson area occurred in the year 1699 when John Barnes settled there. Hudson was formerly a part of Marlborough, and was known as Feltonville. It was officially incorporated in the year 1866 and named Hudson.
Hudson and nearby Attractions
- Hudson Recreation Department
- Boutwell Memorial Field
- Discovery Museums
- Marlborough Recreation Department
- Artemas Ward Park
- Davis Mega Maze
Things To Do In Hudson
Hudson is home to many beautiful churches, which regularly organize various programs for the city's people. There are also many historic sites and museums in the city that are worth visiting. During your leisure time, you can relax at any of the public parks or catch a movie in the theatre. There is something for everyone to do and enjoy in the city.
The nearest local airport that serves the area is Worcester regional.
Hudson Higher Education
Middlesex community college serves the city.