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Hudson, Massachusetts: Tiny Church

Seats four, known locally as the "Smallest Church in the U.S." Formerly behind a real church, now it's next to someone's driveway.

74 Causeway St., Hudson, MA
On the north side of Causeway St. at its intersection with Collins Drive. Private property; don't block the driveway.
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Smallest Church in the U.S.

Owned by Reverend Louis Winthrop West, it stood behind the First Federated Church in Hudson. At 5 x 11 feet, it can hold up to four people. It is known as the "Smallest Church in the U.S."

The church is now located on private property, so be respectful and do not park in their driveway. But you can walk to it and take a few photos.

[Riggs, 07/24/2021]

Nearby Offbeat Places

John Brown's BellJohn Brown's Bell, Marlborough, MA - 2 mi.
American Heritage MuseumAmerican Heritage Museum, Hudson, MA - 2 mi.
Abandoned Train TunnelAbandoned Train Tunnel, Clinton, MA - 8 mi.
In the region:
Happy Flying Family, Warwick, RI - 45 mi.

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