The Town of Shelburne Massachusetts was founded in 1768 and is located in Franklin County.
Shelburne contains about 3,000 year round residents which includes the village of Shelburne Falls.
Shelburne is best known for the famous Bridge of Flowers and its glacial potholes(one of the largest concentrations of the glacial wonders. Visitors and residents alike are encouraged to stop at the Shelburne Museum for a bit of the town history. Shelburne Grange Fair which is usually held during the month of August and has BBQ's and flea markets, crafts and much more!