In 1654, Lincoln was settled by Europeans and is known as the only town in America named after Lincoln, England. Today, Lincoln is a charming and scenic town with a green vibe and an interesting mix of old and new architecture.
Lincoln provides beautiful and serene living with a significant amount of conservation land protecting fields, streams, forests, and many miles of trails. Codman Community Farms is a working farm in the heart of the town. The deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum offers contemporary art exhibits and learning opportunities in a unique park setting. Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary offers educational programs and miles of trails to explore. The Mass Audubon and Walden Woods Project are both headquartered in Lincoln.