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The National Register of Historic Places


The National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program administered by the National Park Service that coordinates and supports public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America's historic and archeological resources.

The following places in Foxborough are listed on the National Register of Historic Places:


The Amos Morse House

Located on North Street, this home was built in 1803. Visit the Amos Morse House page for more information.


The Captain Josiah Pratt House

Located on East Street, this home was built in 1760. Captain Pratt commanded a company of militia in response to the battle at Lexington in April of 1775.


The Ezra Carpenter House

This home on South Street was built in 1826 by yeoman Ezra Carpenter Jr after his marriage to Eliza Belcher. The home has been lovingly restored by Phillip and Emelie Bonin.


The Foxboro Grange Hall

The Hall was constructed on Bird Street in 1897 by members of the Foxboro Grange with stores on the first floor and a large auditorium on the second floor. The building was restored in 1982.


The Foxborough Pumping Station

The Pumping Station stands on Pumping Station Road off of Chestnut Street. The station was constructed to serve the water needs of the community and is still in service today.


The Foxborough State Hospital

The State Hospital stands on Chestnut street and accepted its first patients in 1893. The buildings are currently being restored and converted into housing.


Memorial Hall

Memorial Hall was built in 1868 and stands at the intersection of South and Central Streets. Visit the Memorial Hall page for more details.


The Seth Boyden House

The home was built circa 1770 on Oak Street. Even though he was 60 years old at the time, Seth marched off to answer the call after the battle at Lexington in 1775.


The website for the town of Foxborough maintains a listing and short description of the National Register sites within Foxborough. That document can be viewed by clicking here [PDF].

The National Register of Historic Places database can be searched on the National Park Service's website by clicking here.


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This page was last updated 08/02/2016



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