Around 20 miles west of Boston, you'll find the endearing community of Sudbury. If you like history, you'll love Sudbury with its colonial history. From the Wayside Inn Historic District to the Old Grist Mill, there is plenty to see and learn about. Sudbury is a beautiful place that's best explored on foot, with forests and refuges you can discover along the way. When it comes to dining in Sudbury, there is something for everyone. With fine dining and plenty of cheap eats options, you won’t leave without a full stomach! Plus, the Main Street Markets offer you the chance to try local cuisine in Sudbury.
Top things to do in Sudbury include the Wayside Inn Historic Site. Here you can view the famous Inn and its colonial architecture -- the Inn is the oldest of its kind still operating in the United States. Elsewhere, the Old Grist Mill Museum features a replica of a grist mill from the 1740s. This is still in use for grinding grains and is great for history lovers to brush up on their knowledge. The Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge offers 15 miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as birdwatching and beautiful forest and vernal pools. You can also go on an adventure in the Great Meadows Wildlife Refuge and explore the wetlands.
To get outdoors, the best time to visit Sudbury is from June to September when the sun is shining and the temperatures are warm.