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Lincoln, MA

Lincoln is a town in northeastern Massachusetts. It was originally a part of nearby Concord, but became its own town in 1754. Lincoln, MA is one of only a few towns in the United States named "Lincoln" that is not named after either the Revolutionary War General Benjamin Lincoln nor President Abraham Lincoln. Instead, it takes its name after Lincoln, England-- a town in the east of England.

Of special note in Lincoln is the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park. Founded on the north shore of Flint's Pond, the museum features a selection of rotating exhibitions. The sculpture garden has an ever-changing selection of large modern, outdoor sculptures. This mixture of natural scenery and crafted art provides a wonderful combination of aesthetic beauty.

Visual beauty need not require a trip to experience and appreciate, though. It's something our expert designers seek to bring to every one of our customer's homes. We encourage you to view our gallery of completed fine tile and stone installations, and see what we can bring to your home.