Distribution of listings by county as of September 2014

The National Register of Historic Places is a United States federal official list of places and sites considered worthy of preservation. In the state of Massachusetts, there are over 4,300 listings, representing about 5% of all NRHP listings nationwide and the second-most of any U.S. state, behind only New York. Listings appear in all 14 Massachusetts counties.

Contents: Counties in Massachusetts

Barnstable | Berkshire | Bristol | Dukes | Essex | Franklin | Hampden | Hampshire | Middlesex | Nantucket | Norfolk | Plymouth | Suffolk | Worcester


          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 31, 2024.[1]


Church on the Hill, in Berkshire County
House of the Seven Gables, in Salem, Essex County
Sankaty Head Light, in Nantucket
Faneuil Hall, Boston, Suffolk County
The Flying Horses Carousel, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County
The Ware-Hardwick Covered Bridge, Hampshire and Worcester Counties
The PT 796, Fall River, Bristol County
The Alvah Stone Mill, Montague, Franklin County
County # of sites
1.1 Barnstable: Barnstable 85
1.3 Barnstable: Other 124
1.4 Barnstable: Duplicates (4)[a]
1.5 Barnstable: Total 205
2 Berkshire 178
3.1 Bristol: Fall River 108
3.2 Bristol: New Bedford 42
3.3 Bristol: Taunton 96
3.4 Bristol: Other 137
3.5 Bristol: Duplicates (1)[b]
3.6 Bristol: Total 382
4 Dukes 23
5.1 Essex: Andover 51
5.2 Essex: Gloucester 35
5.3 Essex: Ipswich 31
5.4 Essex: Lawrence 24
5.5 Essex: Lynn 30
5.6 Essex: Methuen 45
5.7 Essex: Salem 46
5.8 Essex: Other 220
5.9 Essex: Duplicates (3)[c]
5.10 Essex: Total 479
6 Franklin 61
7.1 Hampden: Springfield 90
7.2 Hampden: Other 77
7.3 Hampden: Total 167
8 Hampshire 83
9.1 Middlesex: Arlington 64
9.2 Middlesex: Cambridge 207
9.3 Middlesex: Concord 27
9.4 Middlesex: Framingham 20
9.5 Middlesex: Lexington 17
9.6 Middlesex: Lowell 41
9.7 Middlesex: Marlborough 17
9.8 Middlesex: Medford 36
9.9 Middlesex: Newton 187
9.10 Middlesex: Reading 90
9.11 Middlesex: Sherborn 25
9.12 Middlesex: Somerville 84
9.13 Middlesex: Stoneham 69
9.14 Middlesex: Wakefield 95
9.15 Middlesex: Waltham 109
9.16 Middlesex: Weston 15
9.17 Middlesex: Winchester 68
9.18 Middlesex: Other 196
9.19 Middlesex: Duplicates (31)[d]
9.20 Middlesex: Total 1,335
10 Nantucket 4
11.1 Norfolk: Brookline 98
11.2 Norfolk: Milton 30
11.3 Norfolk: Quincy 109
11.4 Norfolk: Other 124
11.5 Norfolk: Duplicates (4)[e]
11.6 Norfolk: Total 357
12 Plymouth 141
13.1 Suffolk: Northern Boston 149
13.2 Suffolk: Southern Boston 184
13.3 Suffolk: Other 23
13.4 Suffolk: Duplicates (2)[f]
13.5 Suffolk: Total 356
14.1 Worcester: Southbridge 85
14.2 Worcester: Uxbridge 53
14.3 Worcester: Eastern Worcester city 98
14.4 Worcester: Northwestern Worcester city 112
14.5 Worcester: Southwestern Worcester city 82
14.6 Worcester: Northern Worcester County 77
14.7 Worcester: Other 187
14.8 Worcester: Duplicates (6)[g]
14.9 Worcester: Total 685
(duplicates): (46)[h]
Total: 4,462

Notes

  1. ^ The following historic resource within Barnstable County is included on multiple area lists:
  2. ^ The following historic resource within Bristol County is included on multiple area lists:
  3. ^ The following historic resources within Essex County are included on multiple area lists:
  4. ^ The following historic resources within Middlesex County are included on multiple area lists:
  5. ^ The following historic resources within Norfolk County are included on multiple area lists:
  6. ^ The following historic resources within Boston are included both of the northern Boston and southern Boston multiple area lists:
  7. ^ The following historic resources within Worcester County are included on multiple area lists:
  8. ^ The following historic resources are included within multiple county lists:

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