Old Sturbridge Village (OSV) is a “must-see” destination to experience early New England life from 1790-1840. One of the country’s largest living history museums, Old Sturbridge Village features costumed interpreters, 40 historic buildings, three water-powered mills, working farms, demonstrations, gardens, antiques, lodging, dining, shopping and more. Visitors can watch the potter, tinsmith, cooper and blacksmith at work, see animals, and enjoy hands-on crafts. OSV is open year-round and offers many seasonal events. Lodging is available on-site at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges, with dining also available at the Oliver Wight Tavern and several other locations. Motorcoach parking is available for easy drop-off and pick-up. Guided tours and special programs are offered for a fee. Old Sturbridge Village is also a unique destination for meetings, corporate retreats, events and weddings, offering a full-service conference center, 300-seat theater, full-service catering department, group admission discounts and much more.
OSV is located on Route 20 in Sturbridge, Mass. and is easily accessible by car from I-84 and the Massachusetts Turnpike, I-90. The physical address is 29 Stallion Hill Road, Sturbridge, MA 01566.