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Ashburnham is a town in Massachusetts.



Ashburnham was first settled in 1736, and was officially incorporated in 1765. Ashburnham was originally made up of the lands granted to officers and soldiers of a 1690 expedition to Canada. It was called the Plantation of Dorchester-Canada until it was incorporated.

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Ashburnham Town Hall

State Routes 101, 12, and 140

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Summit of Mount Watatic
  • 1 Mount Watatic. at 1,831 ft, is the second highest mountain in Massachusetts east of the Berkshires. Trailhead is off of MA 119. Mount Watatic (Q8521571) on Wikidata Mount Watatic on Wikipedia
  • 2 Wapack Trail. The Wapack Trail is one of the oldest public, interstate hiking trails in the United States. Opened in 1923 it follows the Wapack Range for 21 miles (34 km), between Mount Watatic in Ashburnham, Massachusetts and North Pack Monadnock mountain in Greenfield, New Hampshire Wapack Trail (Q14705409) on Wikidata Wapack Trail on Wikipedia



  • 1 Yaka Sawa Sushi and Grill, +1 978-252-5679. Sushi bar that offers other Asian dishes as well


  • Tavern On Central, 3 Central St, Ashburnham, +1 978-827-1272. Tavern that offers a large selection of Draft & bottle Beer as well as Pub & American comfort foods



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Routes through Ashburnham
Gardner  S MA Route 101.svg N  → Jct MA Route 119.svg 
Brattleboro Vermont 119.svg ← becomesRindge NH Route 119.svg ← becomes ←  W MA Route 119.svg E  AshbyTownsend

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