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.
Please let us know about other Framingham area organizations and
projects so we can provide them with a free listing on this page. Organizations
will be listed if they have more than one project. Send e-mail
- Athenaeum Hall - The Friends
of Saxonville are working on the restoration of Saxonville's 1947
Minuteman Statue - The DAR will be working on
the restoration soon.
Chapel - The Chapel has been restored and is now used for
Veteran's Memorial Services and private services.
- Danforth St. Bridge - The
Friends of Saxonville are working on the restoration of the old Danforth
St. pony truss bridge.
- Framingham State College President's
House - The Committee to Save Framingham State College President's
House is working to save the house from demolition and to secure FSC
Trustee support to find a useful purpose for the house for the college
- 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.
- The Victory Statue on Concord St. will soon have
a face lift.
MORE TO COME...
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
Academy Museum in Framingham Centre.
- Friends of Saxonville
- organization established to preserve, enhance, and protect the
cultural, environmental, and historical qualities of Framingham's
Saxonville neighborhood area.