Tewksbury Treasures

A vibrant, historic and warm community that is a great place to visit or live.

Tewksbury Treasures

Tewksbury, Massachusetts 01876, United States

Created By: Tewksbury Public Library

Tour Information

Tewksbury, Massachusetts is a great place to visit or live! Home of the Tewksbury State Hospital built in 1854 as the Massachusetts State Almshouse, there is much to love about the town.

The Patten Greenhouses were here and Tewksbury was known as the Carnation Capital of the World! The Power of Flowers group makes their home here and ensures the legacy of flowers continues.


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What You'll See on the Tour

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Tewksbury State Hospital

The Tewksbury State Hospital built in 1854 as the Massachusetts State Almshouse offers tours of the grounds and the Public Health Museum located in the old administration building.
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Tewksbury Public Library

Check out our video Come inside and see what we have to offer!  Our public computers are free to use as well as our internet.  Residents of Tewksbury and surrounding communities can check out books and materials from our large collections... Read more
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Band Stand

Built in 1891 in an Italian Villa style, the band stand is a great place to rest and people watch on the Town Common.
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Rev. Jacob Cogan Homestead

Presently used as apartments, the structure was built in 1806 in the 18th century Colonial style.  
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Tewksbury Town Hall

Built in 1920 in the Modern Federal style, the Tewksbury Town Hall was the former home of the Tewksbury Public Library.  
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Brown Tavern

This home is the former Brown Tavern built in 1740 in the 18th century Colonial style.  The porch was an addition to the originl structure.
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Herbert Trull House c 1800

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George Washington Trull House c 1800

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Benjamin Franklin Trull House c. 1890

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John Caldwell House c. 1880

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John Robinson House c 1929

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Thomas Nesmith House c 1902

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Dame Emery Foster House c 1830

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Jesse Blake House c 1870

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Frederick C. Silk House c 1889

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Greenhouse Power Plant c 1902

Presumably for the Patten Greenhouses, although research has yet to confirm this.
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Edwin H. Bennett House c 1910

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Oliver Richard Clark House c 1870

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George Bennett House c 1907

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First Baptist Church of Tewksbury Parsonage c 1846

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