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Don’t miss a chance to view the Framingham History Center’s “Framingham’s Top 10” exhibition before it closes in June 2023 for the installation of “Collective Journeys: Framingham’s Global Migration Story, 1960-Present,” opening this fall. For those of you busy during our normal hours, we have special open hours on Saturday, May 13, from 1-4 p.m.

Located at the Edgell Memorial Library, 3 Oak Street.
$5 admission; free for FHC members and children under 18
Among the rows of storage shelves and tucked away in archival boxes lie the most important artifacts housed at the Framingham History Center (FHC). Ten of these precious objects have been chosen by the curator and the community designed to reinforce the local, national, and international significance of the FHC’s collection. Spanning three hundred years, with objects as small as a pin to as large as a billboard, this exhibit will underscore the variety of the FHC’s holdings. Set in a modern gallery style, each artifact stands alone in reverence to its importance. Framingham’s Top 10 has something for everyone – paintings, sculpture, documents, clothing, Americana, music, and neon.

Check out the 10 most important pieces in the Framingham History Center’s collection before they go back into storage.