8 Best Things to Do in Ludlow

1. East Street-Starting in the southwest by the Chicopee River, Ludlow’s main artery runs diagonally through the town and connects many of its main landmarks and locally-owned businesses.

2. Ludlow Reservoir-Ludlow Reservoir dates back to 1877, and is still maintained as a public drinking water supply by the Springfield Water and Sewage Commission.

3. Randall’s Farm and Greenhouse-In the same family for more than 60 years, Randall’s Farm and Greenhouse has humble origins as a roadside stand for fruit and eggs.

4. Lusitano Stadium-As a town with a large Portuguese community, soccer is in Ludlow’s veins. In fact, this place is often called the “Soccer Capital of New England”.

5. Exit 7 Players- this renowned community theater group was founded in 1984 and performs at the Chestnut Street Theater, in the fine old auditorium at the former Ludlow High School.

6. Lupa Zoo-On 18 acres in Ludlow’s quieter northern portion, this smallish zoo has an interesting story, as a labor of love by Polish immigrant Henry Lupa.

7. Iron Duke Brewing-The taproom’s location is striking, right on the waterfront at the brick-built Stockhouse 122, constructed as a jute warehouse at the turn of the 20th century.

8. Chicopee Memorial State Park-The park extends eastwards as far as the Ludlow-Chicopee town line, and you can pick up the trail network from the Ludlow side.

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