PO Box 411, 2-4 Boston Road, Westford, MA 01886
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Museum Hours:
Most Sundays 2-4

Office Hours:

  • Monday 9am-1pm
  • Wednesday 9am-1pm
  • Friday 9am-1pm
Welcome To
The Westford Museum & Historical Society

The Westford Museum is located near the historic town Common at 2 Boston Road in Westford, Massachusetts. The office is at 4 Boston Road. The Museum houses a wonderful collection of artifacts typical of small towns. If your interest is genealogy, be sure and contact us as we have excellent materials covering many old Westford families.  And if old Westford houses interest you we have house histories as well. We also have an almost complete collection of Westford Academy yearbooks, many photographs of students and teachers, and other academy memorabilia. If you are looking for a gift that is uniquely Westford, be sure and check our Museum Store page.

Before you visit, double-check the Museum Calendar as there are a few holiday Sundays when we are closed.  If you're doing research don't hesitate to send an e-mail or call ahead so we can prepare for your visit.  We look forward to meeting you.

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ParkervilleMapParkerville Tour & Open Houses
Sunday 3 May, 1-4 p.m.

Click here for tour map and guide. Start where you like; end at Kimball Farm!

Continuing with this year's Parker Village theme, the Historical Society has put together a self-guided tour of Parkerville. To kick off the tour, several of the locations - Aaronap Cellars, the Parkerville Schoolhouse and the Samuel Fitch House - will be having open houses on Sunday afternoon. The tour can be taken anytime, but the open houses are limited to Sunday 3 May 1-4 p.m.

Download a printable map.

Download a printable tour description.

Download the open house information and Scavenger Hunt, good for Sunday 3 May, 1-4 p.m. only! Ends at Kimball Farm! Look for the Kimball baby cow!

This tour is completely self-guided. Participants can do as much or as little as they like, in whatever order. Do what works for you!


Parkerville Historic DistrictMultimedia Parkerville Presentation
at the Museum, Thursday 21 May, 7 p.m.

Following a successful presentation at Nashoba Valley Ski area, we've heard from many people that they were disappointed they couldn't make it. Geoff Hall has agreed to reprise the event at the Museum in May.

"Imagine living on a farm 200 years ago without all the amenities of modern day living and experiencing the winter we are having now," said presenter Geoff Hall. "Parker Village has been the area of Westford that has maintained the 'rural character' the town is known for. The discussion will highlight individuals, families and sites that have added to its history. There will be plenty of time to share experiences of those who may have grown up in that area. I am hoping that others will share their knowledge of Parkerville's history making for a lively discussion. With any luck the snow will be gone!!!"

Many thanks to the Nashoba Valley Ski Area and to Representative Jim Arciero for sponsoring the event. The presentation is free and open to the public.

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Kimball Farm Trolley


Many thanks to Kimball Farm for their generous support of our Parker Village Kickoff event in September 2014 and for their support of the Parker Village tour in May 2015!

The Westford Museum is open most Sundays of the year from 2-4 pm. Check the calendar for closings.


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PO Box 411, 2-4 Boston Road, Westford, MA 01886, Tel: (978) 692-5550