National Register of Historic Places listings in Framingham, Massachusetts
|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Concord Square Historic District||March 10, 1983
|Park, Concord, and Kendall Sts., and Union Ave.
|2||Moses Ellis House||November 29, 1983
|283 Pleasant St.
|3||First Baptist Church||April 9, 1980
|1013 Worcester Rd.
|4||Framingham Centre Common Historic District||October 25, 1990
|Roughly centered on Framingham Centre Common, between MA 9 and Interstate 90
|5||Framingham Railroad Station||January 17, 1975
|417 Waverly St.
|6||Framingham Reservoir No. 1 Dam and Gatehouse||January 18, 1990
|Eastern end of Framingham Reservoir No. 1, off Winter St. north of Long Ave.
|7||Framingham Reservoir No. 2 Dam and Gatehouse||January 18, 1990
|Between Framingham Reservoirs Nos. 1 and 2, west of the junction of Winter and Fountain Sts.
|8||Framingham Reservoir No. 3 Dam and Gatehouse||January 18, 1990
|Southeastern end of Framingham Reservoir No. 3, off MA 9/30
|9||Paul Gibbs House||March 10, 1983
|1147 Edmands Rd.
|10||Irving Square Historic District||November 30, 1982
|Irving Square, Waverly, South, Columbia, Irving, Gordon and Hollis Sts.
|11||Lake Cochituate Dam||January 18, 1990
|Northwestern side of Lake Cochituate
|12||Saint John's Episcopal Church||January 12, 1990
|Maynard Rd. and Church St.
||Framingham||Now the Ecumenical Center at Framingham State University.|
|13||Saxonville Historic District||August 20, 1992
|Roughly along Elm, Danforth, Central, Water and Concord Sts.
|14||Stone's Bridge||January 17, 2017
|Old Stonebridge Rd. across Sudbury River
||Wayland||Mainly in Wayland|
|15||Sudbury Aqueduct Linear District||January 18, 1990
|Along Sudbury Aqueduct from Farm Pond at Waverly St. (Framingham) to Chestnut Hill Reservoir (Newton)
||Framingham||Extends into Wellesley and Needham in Norfolk County, and Sherborn, Natick and Newton in Middlesex County.|
|16||Sudbury Dam Historic District||January 18, 1990
|Southeastern end of Sudbury Reservoir off MA 30
||Framingham||Extends into Southborough, Worcester County.|
|17||Weston Aqueduct Linear District||January 18, 1990
|Along the Weston Aqueduct from the Sudbury Reservoir to the Weston Reservoir
||Framingham||Extends into Southborough, Worcester County, and Weston and Wayland in Middlesex County.|
|18||Whit's Diner||December 4, 2003
|184A Fountain St.
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- Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
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