REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the 2015 Massachusetts Historic Preservation Conference! Join us in Worcester on Friday, August 14, as the preservation community will once again convene to share ideas, network, discuss challenges, and learn from each other to strengthen our collective preservation efforts across the state.

View the event schedule, read about the sessions offered, and learn more about our dynamic speakers. Registration fees increase after July 31, so reserve your spot now!

Browse the menu options on the left to learn more about the conference organizers, our sponsors, and things to do while you're visiting beautiful historic Worcester. If you have any questions, please contact us at We look forward to seeing you in August!

Pipe organ in Mechanics Hall, Worcester

Hardwick Center   (Photo: Claire Dempsey)

Hanover Theatre, Worcester

African Meeting House, Beacon Hill, Boston

Union Station, Worcester

Wheeler-Minot House, Thoreau Farm, Concord   (Photo: Lawrence A. Sorli)

Voke Lofts (formerly the Worcester Vocational Technical High School)

Highlandville, Haverhill   (Photo: Claire Dempsey)

Trotting Horse Drive, Lexington   (Photo: Zac Sargent)

Baird and Benton Block, Lee   (Photo: Heidi Gumula)

Blackstone Canal Lock Number 21, Millville   (Photo: DCR)

Provincetown Town Hall   (Photo: Brad Fowler)

Greenlawn Cemetery, Salem   (Photo: Pamela Hartford)

Hancock-Clarke House, Lexington   (Photo: Lexington Historical Society)

Green River Farm, Williamstown   (Photo: Leslie Reed-Evans)

Headline sponsors



Epsilon Associates, Inc.


The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc.

Lamoureux Pagano & Associates, Inc.


Architectural Heritage Foundation


Brown, Richardson + Rowe, Inc.

Capstone Communities LLC

Finegold Alexander Architects

Tremont Preservation Services