human settlement in Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States of America

Shelburne is a town in Franklin County, in the Pioneer Valley region of Massachusetts. It includes the village of Shelburne Falls.

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The town of Shelburne is a mostly rural farming community with the notable exception being The village of Shelburne Falls, which is a shared village with the town of Buckland on the opposite side of The Deerfield River. The village of Shelburne falls is the main draw of the town With it's many shops & restaurants as well as the centerpiece of the village The Bridge Of Flowers, an old concrete trolley bridge that was converted into a garden walk path.

 
View of the village of Shelburne Falls

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Massachusetts Route 2 (The Mohawk Trail Scenic Byway) is the main access route through Shelburne. Route 2 intersects with U.S. Interstate 91 in neighboring Greenfield.

Get around

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Map of Shelburne (Massachusetts)
 
The Bridge of Flowers
  • 1 High Ledges Wildlife Sanctuary, off of Patten Road. An 855 acres (346 hectares) wildlife sanctuary that features vistas of the Deerfield River Valley, wildflowers, vernal pools, and the geologic feature "The Wolfs Den", where local lore says the last Eastern Wolf in the region was killed. Free.

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Connect

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Routes through Shelburne
North AdamsFlorida  W   E  GreenfieldFitchburg



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