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Our front porch - where visitors are always welcome.  If you're an early riser you can catch some rays of eastern morning sun on the porch as the town wakes up with a great cup of our Viennese roast coffee.

The original, more humble dwelling was built in 1812, then later, our Italianate Revival home which you see as Vienna Restaurant and Historic Inn.  The Mansion of 26 (8 bathrooms) rooms sits atop upper Main Street and is on the National Register of Historic Places.  Vienna's Inn has a 3-story mansard roof with meandering hallways and ceilings high enough to touch the heavens! While dining in our restaurant - don't forget to look up and see the gorgeous meticulously restored friezes on the ceilings, each of the 2 rooms has a different style.

Outside, a visitor will find a gigantic 200 year old Copper Beech tree which towers above our enchanting outside patio equipped with an outside beehive fireplace. A perfect spot to have a late night libation with a friend or puff on a Cigar before retiring to bed if you're a morning person...how about breakfast in the morning sun?  An equally ancient Dwarf Japanese Maple aside our spacious front porch - great for people watching, sipping your Viennese coffee, or perhaps enjoying one of our authentic mouth- watering Viennese desserts!

Historic  Southbridge    Massachusetts


Leon casino, Historic Southbridge


A typical historic "New England" town located in the heart of South Central Massachusetts. Southbridge holds Vienna within its bustling, uptown interior - this pedestrian-oriented area of town hosts attractions such as NotreDameChurch, worthy of being called a Cathedral this is not to be missed no matter what your religion.  A truly beautiful example of mid 1800's architecture. Our Main Street offers gifts, antiques & clothing shops, CVS, taverns, a brewery & bars, for some culture in the area our Quinebaug Valley Arts Council often hold shows such as the Puppet Theatre or Local Painters, local area banking Ice cream shoppes, restaurants and our local Post Office all located within a 5 minute walking distance.  Our town Library boast a lovely vaulted barrel ceiling for Artist/Author Book Signings such as Gregory McGuire, author of "Wicked", a Broadway sensation!  Check the web site to see what to expect while your visiting.  A view from the front room in our home of the town of Southbridge, ma

If your in the mood for something more upbeat check out the night club

MillStreetBrews to see the schedule and what's playing.  Local and National Bands perform at this converted Mill Building once the home of Hamilton Woolen Mills, the 2nd oldest Woolen Mill in the country.  A little different pace is the SturbridgeCoffeeRoaster's, with night time entertainment monthly.

Southbridge Town Page

Local taxi service can take you around town or into Sturbridge, or even to Nichols College in Dudley.  If you're traveling from Boston or Bradley International Airport call Reuben's Limousine Service.  He'll deliver you right to our door.  If your looking for a Municipal airport, Jim'sFlyingService is just 2 miles away with a landing strip large enough to land a small jet. Gliders are also available from May - October call Jim's for details.

The picturesque Quinebaug River which runs over two and a half miles through the town, offers canoeing & kayaking, while featuring several beautiful scenic 2-mile loop, great for walking, jogging or biking, just of its shores. The WestvilleDamConservation Area is charming retreat great for picnicking, bird watching, or simply to enjoying nature.  An ariel view of the Westville area along the Quinebaug River.

If your interested in a Trail Guide, Carolyn or Joan from the Mills Guide Service would be happy to show you around.  They are available for hire, just call the Inn for additional information and reasonable guest rates.

For an interesting website about American Optical History and our Town - Be sure to check out the

Dick Whitney's Southbridge Page

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