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National Register of Historic Places listings in northern Worcester County, Massachusetts

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Location of Worcester County in Massachusetts
Location of Worcester County in Massachusetts

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) designated in northern Worcester County, Massachusetts. It includes listings from all Worcester County communities through which Massachusetts Route 2 passes, and those that lie to their north. This includes the communities of Ashburnham, Ashby, Athol, Fitchburg, Gardner, Harvard, Lancaster, Leominster, Lunenburg, Phillipston, Royalston, Templeton, Westminster, and Winchendon. National Register listings for other communities in the county are listed elsewhere.

Contents: Counties in Massachusetts
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 4, 2021.[1]


Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
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Cities and towns in northern Worcester County

[2] Name on the Register[3] Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Ashburnham Center Historic District January 27, 1999
(#99000050)
Roughly along MA 12 and MA 101 in Ashburnham
42°38′30″N 71°54′43″W / 42.6417°N 71.9119°W / 42.6417; -71.9119 (Ashburnham Center Historic District)
Ashburnham
2 Atherton Bridge September 19, 1979
(#79000377)
Bolton Rd.
42°26′40″N 71°40′21″W / 42.4444°N 71.6725°W / 42.4444; -71.6725 (Atherton Bridge)
Lancaster
3 Athol High School February 18, 2011
(#11000022)
494 School St.
42°35′40″N 72°13′13″W / 42.5944°N 72.2203°W / 42.5944; -72.2203 (Athol High School)
Athol This building, which is now residential, is not to be confused with the current high school.
4 Baldwinville Village Historic District February 27, 1986
(#86000273)
Roughly Elm and S. Main Sts. between Pleasant St. and Mt. View
42°36′18″N 72°04′38″W / 42.605°N 72.0772°W / 42.605; -72.0772 (Baldwinville Village Historic District)
Templeton
5 Calvinistic Congregational Church June 15, 1979
(#79000371)
820 Main St.
42°35′06″N 71°48′19″W / 42.585°N 71.8053°W / 42.585; -71.8053 (Calvinistic Congregational Church)
Fitchburg
6 Cambridge Grant Historic District August 20, 2001
(#01000626)
205-287 Russell Hill Rd., 15 Wilker Rd.
42°38′41″N 71°51′44″W / 42.6447°N 71.8622°W / 42.6447; -71.8622 (Cambridge Grant Historic District)
Ashburnham
7 Center Village District September 15, 1977
(#77000198)
Irregular pattern along Main St.
42°27′26″N 71°40′19″W / 42.4572°N 71.6719°W / 42.4572; -71.6719 (Center Village District)
Lancaster
8 Cluett Peabody & Company June 8, 1989
(#89000439)
123 1st St.
42°31′34″N 71°45′11″W / 42.526111°N 71.753056°W / 42.526111; -71.753056 (Cluett Peabody & Company)
Leominster
9 Crocker Field Historic District June 14, 2001
(#01000651)
River St.
42°35′44″N 71°48′34″W / 42.5956°N 71.8094°W / 42.5956; -71.8094 (Crocker Field Historic District)
Fitchburg
10 Frances H. and Jonathan Drake House January 29, 2008
(#07001488)
21 Franklin St.
42°31′20″N 71°45′41″W / 42.522281°N 71.7615°W / 42.522281; -71.7615 (Frances H. and Jonathan Drake House)
Leominster Underground Railroad in Massachusetts MPS
11 Duck Mill May 9, 1985
(#85000982)
60 Duck Mill Rd.
42°34′05″N 71°46′48″W / 42.568°N 71.78°W / 42.568; -71.78 (Duck Mill)
Fitchburg
12 Elm Street Fire Station April 2, 1980
(#80001677)
58 Elm St.
42°34′40″N 71°59′08″W / 42.577778°N 71.985556°W / 42.577778; -71.985556 (Elm Street Fire Station)
Gardner
13 Fay Club January 31, 1978
(#78000470)
658 Main St.
42°34′59″N 71°48′09″W / 42.5831°N 71.8025°W / 42.5831; -71.8025 (Fay Club)
Fitchburg
14 First Church of Christ, Lancaster December 30, 1970
(#70000897)
Facing the Common
42°27′22″N 71°40′25″W / 42.456089°N 71.673576°W / 42.456089; -71.673576 (First Church of Christ, Lancaster)
Lancaster National Historic Landmark
15 First Minister's House November 14, 1979
(#79000372)
186 Elm St.
42°34′26″N 71°59′00″W / 42.573889°N 71.983333°W / 42.573889; -71.983333 (First Minister's House)
Gardner
16 Fitchburg Historical Society October 3, 2003
(#03000992)
50 Grove St.
42°35′04″N 71°48′10″W / 42.5844°N 71.8028°W / 42.5844; -71.8028 (Fitchburg Historical Society)
Fitchburg
17 Fitchburg Yarn Mill December 6, 2016
(#16000817)
1428 Main St.
42°35′15″N 71°48′48″W / 42.587633°N 71.813271°W / 42.587633; -71.813271 (Fitchburg Yarn Mill)
Fitchburg
18 Fort Devens Historic District June 10, 1993
(#93000437)
Roughly bounded by El Caney St., Antietam St., Sherman Ave., MacArthur Ave. and Buena Vista St.
42°32′46″N 71°36′46″W / 42.5461°N 71.6128°W / 42.5461; -71.6128 (Fort Devens Historic District)
Harvard Extends into Ayer, Middlesex County
19 Founder's Hall April 14, 1980
(#80001678)
Atlantic Union College Campus
42°26′42″N 71°41′10″W / 42.445°N 71.6861°W / 42.445; -71.6861 (Founder's Hall)
Lancaster
20 Fruitlands March 19, 1974
(#74001761)
Prospect Hill
42°30′34″N 71°36′45″W / 42.5094°N 71.6125°W / 42.5094; -71.6125 (Fruitlands)
Harvard National Historic Landmark
21 Fruitlands Museums Historic District May 23, 1997
(#97000439)
102 Prospect Hill Rd.
42°29′37″N 71°36′47″W / 42.4936°N 71.6131°W / 42.4936; -71.6131 (Fruitlands Museums Historic District)
Harvard
22 Garbose Building April 12, 1983
(#83000609)
3 Pleasant St.
42°34′33″N 71°59′46″W / 42.5758°N 71.9961°W / 42.5758; -71.9961 (Garbose Building)
Gardner
23 Gardner News Building November 14, 1979
(#79000373)
309 Central St.
42°34′35″N 71°59′44″W / 42.5764°N 71.9956°W / 42.5764; -71.9956 (Gardner News Building)
Gardner
24 Gardner Uptown Historic District June 3, 1999
(#99000660)
Roughly along Central, Cross, Elm, Green. Glazier, Pearl and Woodland Sts.
42°34′40″N 71°59′04″W / 42.5778°N 71.9844°W / 42.5778; -71.9844 (Gardner Uptown Historic District)
Gardner
25 Harvard Center Historic District September 22, 1997
(#97001091)
Ayer, Still River, Old Littleton, Bolton and Oak Hill Rds, Elm and Fairbanks Sts, Lovers Ln., Mass. Ave. and Old Boston
42°29′52″N 71°35′01″W / 42.4978°N 71.5836°W / 42.4978; -71.5836 (Harvard Center Historic District)
Harvard
26 Harvard Shaker Village Historic District October 30, 1989
(#89001871)
Roughly Shaker Rd., S. Shaker Rd., and Maple Ln.
42°31′57″N 71°33′33″W / 42.5325°N 71.5592°W / 42.5325; -71.5592 (Harvard Shaker Village Historic District)
Harvard
27 Levi Heywood Memorial Library Building December 6, 1979
(#79000374)
28 Pearl St.
42°34′46″N 71°59′09″W / 42.5794°N 71.9858°W / 42.5794; -71.9858 (Levi Heywood Memorial Library Building)
Gardner Now houses the Gardner Museum.
28 Heywood-Wakefield Company Complex September 15, 1983
(#83000610)
206 Central St.
42°34′35″N 71°59′27″W / 42.5764°N 71.9908°W / 42.5764; -71.9908 (Heywood-Wakefield Company Complex)
Gardner
29 Jewett Piano Company Building November 1, 2019
(#100004559)
140 Adams St.
42°31′33″N 71°45′53″W / 42.5258°N 71.7646°W / 42.5258; -71.7646 (Jewett Piano Company Building)
Leominster
30 Lake Street Fire Station March 25, 1980
(#80001676)
2 Lake St.
42°34′37″N 71°59′42″W / 42.5769°N 71.995°W / 42.5769; -71.995 (Lake Street Fire Station)
Gardner
31 Lancaster Industrial School for Girls October 8, 1976
(#76000301)
Southeast of Lancaster on Old Common Rd.
42°26′35″N 71°39′30″W / 42.4431°N 71.6583°W / 42.4431; -71.6583 (Lancaster Industrial School for Girls)
Lancaster
32 Anthony Lane House November 7, 1976
(#76000300)
Northeast of Lancaster on Seven Bridge Rd.
42°27′54″N 71°39′58″W / 42.465°N 71.6661°W / 42.465; -71.6661 (Anthony Lane House)
Lancaster
33 Leominster High School February 1, 2021
(#100006083)
261 West St.
42°31′57″N 71°46′21″W / 42.5326°N 71.7726°W / 42.5326; -71.7726 (Leominster High School)
Leominster The former Carter Junior High School building.
33 Lunenburg Historic District August 24, 1988
(#87001060)
Leominster Rd., Highland St., Oak and Massachusetts Aves., Main St., and Lancaster Ave.
42°35′42″N 71°43′32″W / 42.595°N 71.7256°W / 42.595; -71.7256 (Lunenburg Historic District)
Lunenburg
34 Middle Cemetery November 8, 2019
(#100004560)
Main St.
42°26′59″N 71°40′30″W / 42.4498°N 71.6751°W / 42.4498; -71.6751 (Middle Cemetery)
Lancaster
35 Miss Toy Town Diner December 4, 2003
(#03001242)
102 Main St.
42°34′27″N 71°59′41″W / 42.5742°N 71.9947°W / 42.5742; -71.9947 (Miss Toy Town Diner)
Gardner
36 Monument Park Historic District May 16, 1978
(#78000478)
Monument Park and environs north of Main St.
42°35′01″N 71°48′06″W / 42.5836°N 71.8017°W / 42.5836; -71.8017 (Monument Park Historic District)
Fitchburg
37 Monument Square Historic District July 8, 1982
(#82004474)
Main and Water Sts. and Grove Ave.
42°31′37″N 71°45′37″W / 42.5269°N 71.7603°W / 42.5269; -71.7603 (Monument Square Historic District)
Leominster
38 Moran Square Historic District January 4, 2018
(#100001951)
Myrtle Ave., Sawyer Passway, Summer, Lunenburg, Main & Willow Sts.
42°34′54″N 71°47′26″W / 42.5817°N 71.7905°W / 42.5817; -71.7905 (Moran Square Historic District)
Fitchburg
39 Murdock School January 28, 1988
(#87002562)
Murdock Ave.
42°41′07″N 72°03′15″W / 42.6853°N 72.0542°W / 42.6853; -72.0542 (Murdock School)
Winchendon
40 North Village Historic District November 23, 1977
(#77000199)
N. Main St.
42°28′16″N 71°40′45″W / 42.4711°N 71.6792°W / 42.4711; -71.6792 (North Village Historic District)
Lancaster
41 Old Centre Historic District September 18, 1987
(#87000901)
Roughly Old County and Baldwinsville Rds., Hale St., and Teel Rd.
42°39′43″N 72°02′21″W / 42.6619°N 72.0392°W / 42.6619; -72.0392 (Old Centre Historic District)
Winchendon
42 Old Settlers' Burying Ground November 8, 2019
(#100004558)
Off Main St.
42°26′56″N 71°40′22″W / 42.4489°N 71.6728°W / 42.4489; -71.6728 (Old Settlers' Burying Ground)
Lancaster
43 Old Town Hall June 17, 1987
(#87000876)
1307 Main St.
42°35′32″N 72°13′05″W / 42.5922°N 72.2181°W / 42.5922; -72.2181 (Old Town Hall)
Athol Home to the Athol Historic Society.
44 Parkhill Mill February 20, 2008
(#08000090)
1 Oak Hill Rd.
42°34′51″N 71°49′18″W / 42.5807°N 71.8218°W / 42.5807; -71.8218 (Parkhill Mill)
Fitchburg
45 Jabez Partridge Homestead December 6, 1979
(#79000375)
81 Partridge Rd.
42°33′30″N 71°58′15″W / 42.5583°N 71.9708°W / 42.5583; -71.9708 (Jabez Partridge Homestead)
Gardner
46 Pequoig Hotel November 17, 1978
(#78000469)
Main St.
42°35′39″N 72°13′53″W / 42.5942°N 72.2314°W / 42.5942; -72.2314 (Pequoig Hotel)
Athol
47 Phillipston Center Historic District November 22, 1999
(#99001385)
Roughly along The Common, Baldwinville, Petersham and Templeton Rds.
42°33′03″N 72°08′13″W / 42.5508°N 72.1369°W / 42.5508; -72.1369 (Phillipston Center Historic District)
Phillipston
48 Pine Grove Cemetery March 12, 2008
(#08000168)
Tremaine and Main Sts.
42°31′54″N 71°45′21″W / 42.5316°N 71.7558°W / 42.5316; -71.7558 (Pine Grove Cemetery)
Leominster
49 Ponakin Bridge September 10, 1979
(#79000378)
North of Lancaster off Ponakin Rd.
42°28′52″N 71°41′09″W / 42.4811°N 71.6858°W / 42.4811; -71.6858 (Ponakin Bridge)
Lancaster
50 Royalston Common Historic District December 12, 1976
(#76000304)
Main St., Frye Hill Rd., and Athol Rd.
42°40′39″N 72°11′18″W / 42.6775°N 72.188333°W / 42.6775; -72.188333 (Royalston Common Historic District)
Royalston
51 Safety Fund National Bank April 30, 2009
(#09000252)
470 Main St.
42°34′57″N 71°47′57″W / 42.5826°N 71.7992°W / 42.5826; -71.7992 (Safety Fund National Bank)
Fitchburg
52 Searles Hill Cemetery September 15, 2011
(#11000665)
Searles Hill Rd.
42°31′54″N 72°07′35″W / 42.531595°N 72.126514°W / 42.531595; -72.126514 (Searles Hill Cemetery)
Phillipston
53 Shirley Shaker Village May 24, 1976
(#76000271)
South of Shirley on Harvard Rd.
42°31′35″N 71°39′06″W / 42.526389°N 71.651667°W / 42.526389; -71.651667 (Shirley Shaker Village)
Lancaster Extends into Shirley in Middlesex County.
54 F.W. Smith Silver Company November 14, 1979
(#79000376)
60 Chestnut St.
42°34′43″N 71°59′14″W / 42.578611°N 71.987222°W / 42.578611; -71.987222 (F.W. Smith Silver Company)
Gardner
55 South Lancaster Engine House October 22, 1976
(#76000307)
283 S. Main St.
42°26′35″N 71°41′06″W / 42.443056°N 71.685°W / 42.443056; -71.685 (South Lancaster Engine House)
South Lancaster
56 Still River Baptist Church December 13, 1996
(#96001479)
213 Still River Rd.
42°29′29″N 71°37′04″W / 42.491389°N 71.617778°W / 42.491389; -71.617778 (Still River Baptist Church)
Harvard
57 Templeton Common Historic District July 7, 1983
(#83000608)
Athol, Gardner, Hubbardston, Dudley, Wellington, and South Rds.
42°33′21″N 72°04′07″W / 42.555833°N 72.068611°W / 42.555833; -72.068611 (Templeton Common Historic District)
Templeton
58 Templeton Farm Colony January 21, 1994
(#93001485)
126 Royalston Rd.
42°35′59″N 72°07′08″W / 42.5997°N 72.1189°W / 42.5997; -72.1189 (Templeton Farm Colony)
Templeton
59 Nathaniel Thayer Estate July 6, 1976
(#76000302)
438 S. Main St.
42°26′59″N 71°40′43″W / 42.4497°N 71.6786°W / 42.4497; -71.6786 (Nathaniel Thayer Estate)
Lancaster
60 Wachusett Shirt Company July 8, 1982
(#82004476)
97-100 Water St.
42°31′39″N 71°45′23″W / 42.5275°N 71.7564°W / 42.5275; -71.7564 (Wachusett Shirt Company)
Leominster
61 Frederick Fiske and Gretchen Osgood Warren House December 6, 1996
(#96001466)
42 Bolton Rd.
42°29′21″N 71°35′06″W / 42.4892°N 71.585°W / 42.4892; -71.585 (Frederick Fiske and Gretchen Osgood Warren House)
Harvard
62 Wellington Piano Case Company Building May 31, 1984
(#84002922)
54 Green St.
42°32′06″N 71°45′21″W / 42.535°N 71.7558°W / 42.535; -71.7558 (Wellington Piano Case Company Building)
Leominster
63 West Gardner Square Historic District December 30, 1985
(#85003185)
Roughly bounded by City Hall Ave., Pleasant, Connors, Parker, and Central Sts., and Providence & Worcester Railroad tracks.
42°34′29″N 71°59′43″W / 42.5747°N 71.9953°W / 42.5747; -71.9953 (West Gardner Square Historic District)
Gardner
64 Westminster Village-Academy Hill Historic District June 23, 1983
(#83000612)
Bacon, Adams, Main, Dawley, Academy Hill, Leominster, and Pleasant Sts.
42°32′37″N 71°54′41″W / 42.5436°N 71.9114°W / 42.5436; -71.9114 (Westminster Village-Academy Hill Historic District)
Westminster
65 Enoch Whitmore House January 9, 2008
(#07001362)
12 Daniels Ln.
42°41′24″N 71°58′15″W / 42.6900°N 71.9709°W / 42.6900; -71.9709 (Enoch Whitmore House)
Ashburnham Underground Railroad in Massachusetts MPS
66 Whitney & Company June 8, 1989
(#89000440)
142 Water St.
42°31′42″N 71°45′13″W / 42.5283°N 71.7536°W / 42.5283; -71.7536 (Whitney & Company)
Leominster
67 Whitney Tavern June 12, 1996
(#96000304)
11 Patriots Rd.
42°33′53″N 72°01′37″W / 42.5647°N 72.0269°W / 42.5647; -72.0269 (Whitney Tavern)
Gardner and Templeton
68 F. A. Whitney Carriage Company Complex Historic District June 23, 1988
(#88000716)
Off 124 Water St.
42°31′45″N 71°45′18″W / 42.5292°N 71.755°W / 42.5292; -71.755 (F. A. Whitney Carriage Company Complex Historic District)
Leominster
69 Winchendon Village Historic District September 1, 1993
(#92000056)
Roughly, N side Central St. from Summer to Front Sts. and N side Front from Academy to Spring Sts.
42°40′54″N 72°03′00″W / 42.6817°N 72.0501°W / 42.6817; -72.0501 (Winchendon Village Historic District)
Winchendon
70 Ahijah Wood House September 17, 1987
(#87000374)
175 Worcester Rd.
42°31′21″N 71°53′35″W / 42.5225°N 71.8931°W / 42.5225; -71.8931 (Ahijah Wood House)
Westminster Incorrectly listed at 174 Worcester Rd.
71 Ezra Wood-Levi Warner Place July 7, 1983
(#83000614)
165 Depot Rd.
42°33′28″N 71°52′23″W / 42.5578°N 71.8731°W / 42.5578; -71.8731 (Ezra Wood-Levi Warner Place)
Westminster
72 Nathan Wood House September 16, 1987
(#87000375)
164 Worcester Rd.
42°31′19″N 71°53′30″W / 42.522°N 71.8917°W / 42.522; -71.8917 (Nathan Wood House)
Westminster

See also

References

  1. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved June 4, 2021.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  4. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.


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