Introduction to Uxbridge, Massachusetts
Uxbridge, Massachusetts, in Worcester county, is 15 miles SE of Worcester, Massachusetts and 35 miles SW of Boston, Massachusetts. The town is part of the Worcester metropolitan statistical area. About 11,156 people people live in Uxbridge.
The present day Uxbridge was originally a part of the 14 "Praying Indian" villages that John Eliot established. At that time, Uxbridge was inhabited by the Nipmuc. Uxbridge was incorporated as a town in 1727.
Uxbridge and nearby Attractions
- Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park
- Southwick Wild Animal Zoo
- Douglas State Forest
- St. Mary’s Catholic Church
- Quinsigamond State Park
- Blissful Meadows Golf Club
Things To Do In Uxbridge
The town of Uxbridge offers an 18-hole golf course and many parks and historical sites. The other recreational facilities of the town include cross country skiing, mountain biking and canoeing.
Boston Logan International is nearby.
Uxbridge Higher Education
The nearest college is Bryant College.