Explore Stoughton’s past at the two museum sites for the Stoughton Historical Society; the Depot, built circa 1913, and used by the Milwaukee Road Railroad for passenger and freight until the early 1970’s, currently also home to the Stoughton Chamber of Commerce, and the Stoughton Historical Museum, located in the First Universalist Church, built in 1858 on land donated by Luke Stoughton. Several Historic Neighborhoods representing homes of several styles of architecture have been lovingly restored to their original grandeur.

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