Turners Falls is a census-designated place and village located in the town of Montague in Franklin County, Massachusetts. As of the 2000 census, the village had a total population of 4,441.
Web Sites and Links
AirNav: Turners Falls AirportAeronautical information about this general aviation airport, including location, runways, taxiways, navaids, communications, and aerial photo.
Conte Anadromous Fish LaboratoryFederal research center conducting studies on fish passage, ecology, behavior, and physiology of shad, Atlantic salmon, and other anadromous fish. Staff directory, facilities list, and research profiles.
Great Falls Discovery CenterNatural history center on the Connecticut River. Includes events schedule, directions, and current news.
Hallmark Institute of PhotographyConducts a 10-month residential program in the art and technology of photography. Provides admissions and course information, including student gallery and staff profiles.
The Shea TheaterNon-profit community theater. Information about performing classes, auditions, and productions.
The Town of Montague: Turners FallsPhoto tour of the village, with its history and information about local attractions.
Turners Falls MassacreAccount of the 1676 skirmish between an English army garrison and an Amerindian encampment, which killed one Englishman and many natives.
Turners Falls Water DepartmentSupplies the town with drinking water. Includes information about water quality, conservation tips, and personnel profiles.