Historic Buildings

Framingham’s Historic Buildings

Central to our work and to the life of Framingham is the preservation of three irreplaceable buildings constructed in the 1800s on the Town Centre Common. The Old Academy, an unusual Greek Revival temple, the Village Hall, at the epicenter of the Common and still an important meeting house, and the Edgell Memorial Library, a grand Victorian Gothic structure in urgent need of repair.  Click on the images below for more information on each building.

Old Academy

Village Hall

Edgell Library

Are you interested in a deeper connection to preserving the historic buildings of our community? Join us as a volunteer, or consider donating to our work to restore these town treasures.