Tyringham

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fun fact

This is one of just 15 Massachusetts towns that aren’t transected by state routes, only rural roads.

Settled in 1735, Tyringham was once home to a Shaker community with the holy moniker of Jerusalem. It’s now an easygoing rural community, with wide-open fields and meadows abutting green forests and swooping hills. Close to Lee and the Mass Pike, Tyringham is a terrific home base for those who love peace and quiet but still want to be close to modern conveniences.

POINTS OF INTEREST

TYRINGHAM COBBLE

Formed from millennia-old tectonic shifts that created a high ridge topped by exposed bedrock, this nature preserve features orchards, forests, fields of wildflowers, and panoramic valley vistas at the summit.

ASHINTULLY GARDENS

Composer John McLennan created these interconnected gardens over a 30-year period. With their elegant design and intimate feel, they’re an inspiring place to walk, relax, and reflect.

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