About Tewksbury

Just minutes from Boston and conveniently located in the juncture of Rte 495 and 93, Tewksbury offers a suburban community with a rural feel. We boast new upper elementary & middle schools as well as our Impressive Brand New Tewksbury Memorial High School offering cutting edge technology access. Check out the community sponsored playground and expansive recreation area serving all ages. We are bordered by the Merrimack and Concord Rivers and hundreds of acres of Conservatory Protected State Land. Our police/safety building is state of the art second to none and our new & expansive cutting edge library is for all to enjoy. We boast new upper elementary & middle schools as well as community sponsored playground/recreation area. Come visit the splendid Tewksbury Country Club with public golf course or cruise through town and view the many public sculptures by world renowned Mico Kaufman. In 2005, the Tewksbury 9-11 Memorial "Never Forget” was dedicated depicting engraved stone pavers of all those who fell on September 11, 2001. A beautiful tribute accomplished by generous community efforts.

Tewksbury offers a split tax base with town meeting form of government and healthy mix of conservative and progressive lifestyles. Tewksbury was gradually settled from Billerica during the early decades of the 18th century. The original economic base depended on farming and grazing with lumbering as a secondary activity, and a saw mill was established on Trull Brook about 1736. By the early 19th century the Lee family tannery had been built and continued in operation throughout the century.


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