Surrounded by over 25 acres of scenic open space.

About Tyngsboro

Tyngsboro is a small residential town in northern Middlesex County, Massachusetts.  Tyngsboro is 37 miles from Boston along the Route 3 corridor and located on the New Hampshire state line. To date the town population is 12,318 but has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping it’s rural charm.

Tyngsboro was settled in 1661, as part of the massive Dunstable Township. The town of Dunstable, incorporated in 1673, was named after the hometown of pioneer Edward Tyng. However, a relative of his, and the source of the town of Tyngsborough’s name, was Colonel Jonathan Tyng, whose home, the Tyng Mansion House, was one of the oldest north of Boston. He settled near the Merrimack in what is now Tyngsborough in 1675. The house stood until the 1970s, when it was destroyed by arson. Early on Tyngsborough residents fought a series of small and bloody skirmishes with local Native American tribes. Evidence of this can be found in several old colonial homes in town that still have emergency passages that were used during these attacks. In 1789, Tyngsborough’s parish split from the rest of Dunstable, making Tyngsborough a recognized district. On February 23, 1809, Tyngsborough became a town.

Tyngsboro is probably best known today for it’s green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack constructed in 1931.

Primarily a residential community, the town is home to Allied Waste Management, Beacon Power and Pionics as well as a growing number of technology-based communities and is just miles from UMass Lowell, a National ranked University.

Tyngsboro offers easy access to Boston, either by highway, bus or the commuter MBTA rail in near by Lowell, MA

Tyngsboro offers a bus line, Boston Express with daily easy access to and from Boston.

Tyngsboro is just minutes away from New Hampshire with tax-free shopping and many favorite national restaurants.  There’s always plenty to do with many attractions like baseball at LeLacheur Park, pumpkin and strawberry picking at Parlee Farms, popular shows at Tsongas Arena, a number of golf courses or just relax at the famous Spa at Stonehedge.

Tyngsboro offers easy access to the New Hampshire Mountains and the New England coastal beaches.

Come visit Tyngsboro Crossing and see what makes this community special!