Old Sturbridge Village is a living museum located in Sturbridge, Massachusetts that recreates rural New England life in the 1790s and 1830s. New England’s largest living museum with an area of over 200 acres (80 hectares). The village includes 59 old buildings, 3 hydroelectric power stations and a farm. Costumed commentators in the third person will demonstrate and explain 19th century art, crafts and agriculture. This museum is very popular with tourists and educational tours.
Old Sturbridge Village has more than 40 buildings, including restored buildings purchased and relocated from all over New England, and real restored buildings. The whole village is divided into three main parts. The Center Village represents the center of the city, with Town Green as the center. The village is made up of farms and shops on the outskirts. There are a variety of commercial facilities led by waterwheel pools in the Mill District.
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