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Incorporated in 1763 - Hampden County

A lovely rural town, Wilbraham is located just south of the Massachusetts Turnpike – Interstate 90  and minutes from the Connecticut state line.  The town of Wilbraham boasts a rich farming history and is bordered by metro center Springfield on the west and the neighboring town of Monson to the east. Wilbraham  is considered a suburb of the City of Springfield, Massachusetts.

The Underground Railroad ran through the town and several houses along Main St and on Wilbraham Mountain served as stations.  The Wilbraham town center is among the largest designated historical areas in the country, with fine examples of colonial and Victorian homes from as early as the 1730s along the historical areas of main street. The oldest Methodist meeting house in New England is located in the town's center, as is the campus of Wilbraham & Monson Academy, founded in 1804.

The Town of Wilbraham has several parks with well-established hiking trails on preserved land.  In summer, Wilbraham honors its several working farms and each year hosts the Wilbraham Peach Festival to celebrate the number of fruit orchards in the town.  It has been said that with Wilbraham’s beautiful rural setting and easy access to Springfield and major routes, it is a perfect place to reside. (Wikipedia)

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