Introduction to Northborough, Massachusetts
Northborough, Massachusetts, in Worcester county, is 9 miles NE of Worcester, Massachusetts and 29 miles W of Boston, Massachusetts. The town is included in the Worcester metropolitan area. As of the year 2000 census, 14,013 people lived in Northborough.
The area was settled in 1762, and is a small town in Massachusetts. The district was established on January 24, 1766, and became a town on August 23, 1775. Northborough was initially served by three Town Ministers - Rev. John Martyn, Peter Whitney and Rev. Joseph Allen. They ran the town from 1746 until 1873 and were well-known authors and historians of the day.
Northborough and nearby Attractions
- Northborough Town Hall
- Cold Harbor Brook
- Tougas Family Farm
- Northborough Historical Soc
- Memorial Field
Things To Do In Northborough
Northborough has many parks, restaurants, tennis courts and swimming pools. The town has countless dining establishments and shopping plazas. One can spend his/ her leisure time in the pubs to taste some of the wonderful drinks of the region. The area has numerous attractive art galleries and museums that will appeal to your finer tastes.
Air transportation is available from Worcester Regional airport.
Northborough Higher Education
Quinsigamond Community College is the nearby college.