Framingham Historic Preservation Projects

This page contains listings and information about historic preservation projects within the Town of Framingham, MA (USA). It also lists organizations involved with these projects. Note: some organizations may have more than one project listed.

  • Athenaeum Hall - The Friends of Saxonville are working on the restoration of Saxonville's 1947 Athenaeum Hall.

  • Blacksmith Minuteman Statue - The DAR will be working on the restoration soon.

  • Cushing Chapel - The Chapel has been restored and is now used for Veteran's Memorial Services and private services.

  • Danforth Street Bridge - The Friends of Saxonville are working on the restoration of the old Danforth St. "Pony Truss Bridge".

  • Friends of the Civil War Soldier - Brownie Girl Scout Troop # 2112, their parents and friends adopted Framingham's Civil War Soldier on Edgell Rd.

  • Nobscot Post Office - Bill Dyan, host of Framingham Triva on Channel 9, is leading efforts to preserve Nobscot's former post office/library/railroad ticket station.

  • Victory Statue - The Victory Statue on Concord St. will soon have a face lift.


  • Framingham Historical Society - non-profit organization founded in 1888 for the purpose of preserving and understanding Framingham's rich and varied past. The society maintains its collections at The Old Academy Museumin Framingham Centre.

  • Friends of Saxonville - organization established to preserve, enhance, and protect the cultural, environmental, and historical qualities of Framingham's Saxonville neighborhood area.

Framingham has many historic treasures: buildings, sites, statues, plaques, and more. This page will be an ongoing endeavor to list organizations and news and information about Framingham preservation projects. Click on the name of the organization or project below for further information.

If you know of any other Framingham area organizations and preservation projects, please contact us so we can provide them with a free listing on this page.