Welcome to Sudbury
Located 20 miles west of Boston, Sudbury is a picturesque New England town with a rich history. Incorporated in 1639, early residents participated in the Revolutionary War in 1775. Sudbury remains home to several historical landmarks including the Wayside Inn, which first opened in 1716 and was once owned by Henry Ford. Sudbury has experienced rapid growth and development over the years. With an exceptional school system and number of recreational activities, Sudbury is a highly desirable suburban community. Quiet cul-de-sac neighborhoods provide easy access to commuting routes including Rts. 20, 27, 128/95 and 495.