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Arlington, Massachusetts
Aquarium
Aquarium
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Beach
Bowling
Bowling
Casino
Casino
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Cruise
Fun Park
Fun Park
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Gallery
Gardens
Gardens
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Golf
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Historic
Lighthouse
Lighthouse
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Mountain
Museum
Museum
Park
Park
Racing
Racing
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Railroad
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Shopping
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Space
The Arts
The Arts
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Tour
Vineyard
Vineyard
Water Park
Water Park
Zoo
Zoo
The Old Schwamb Mill image
Arlington, MA
(Range: 1 mile)
The Old Schwamb Mill is the oldest continuously operating mill site in the United States. (Curated content from oldschwambmill.org)
Griffin Museum of Photography image
(Range: 2 miles)
The Griffin Museum of Photography is a nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the art of photography. Through our many exhibitions, programs and lectures, we strive to encourage a broader understanding and appreciation of the visual, emotional and social impact of photographic art. (Curated content from griffinmuseum.org)
Harvard Art Museums image
(Range: 3 miles)
Ever since their founding, the Harvard Art Museums—the Fogg Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum, and Arthur M. Sackler Museum—have been dedicated to advancing and supporting learning at Harvard University, in the local community, and around the world. The museums have played a leading role in the development of art history, conservation, and conservation science, and in the evolution of the art museum as an institution. (Curated content from harvardartmuseums.org)
American Repertory Theatre image
(Range: 3 miles)
The winner of 4 Tony Awards, A.R.T. has been expanding the boundaries of theater since its founding in 1980. See what's playing today in Harvard Square. (Curated content from americanrepertorytheater.org)
National Heritage Museum image
(Range: 3 miles)
The National Heritage Museum is a different kind of history museum. We focus on the rich diversity of American life across four centuries – how we as a people have worked and played and struggled and achieved. (Curated content from museumsofboston.org)
Lexington Historical Society  image
(Range: 4 miles)
We give tours of our three fascinating historic houses, as well as adjacent sites, where significant events of the early days of the American Revolution unfolded. The Society has extensive collections from throughout three hundred years of Lexington history, which we display in engaging exhibits in many venues throughout our community. (Curated content from www.lexingtonhistory.org)
Gore Place image
(Range: 4 miles)
Gore Place is a 50-acre country estate in the city, a grand mansion steeped in history, a farm and an invaluable community resource. (Curated content from goreplace.org)
Stone Zoo image
(Range: 4 miles)
Stone Zoo, formerly known as the Middlesex Fells Zoo, is located on a 26-acre site near the sparkling Spot Pond reservoir in Stoneham, MA. Charles Price, Superintendent of the Metropolitan District Commission’s Middlesex Fells Reservation, founded the Zoo in 1905, and in 1969, the site was renamed in honor of Walter D. Stone, a former Zoo Director. In 1991, the Commonwealth Zoological Corporation (CZC) was created to maintain care, custody, and control of both Stone Zoo and Franklin Park Zoo.  (Curated content from www.zoonewengland.org)
Boston Common image
(Range: 4 miles)
Here the Colonial militia mustered for the Revolution. In 1768, the hated British Redcoats began an eight-year encampment. George Washington, John Adams and General Lafayette came here to celebrate our nation's independence. The 1860s saw Civil War recruitment and anti-slavery meetings. During World War I, victory gardens sprouted. For World War II, the Common gave most of its iron fencing away for scrape metal. (Curated content from www.boston.gov)
Old State House image
(Range: 4 miles)
The Old State House was the focal point for many of the dramatic events of the Revolution in Massachusetts, although it was not known as the State House until after the Revolution. When this building was first constructed in 1713, it was known as the Town House and it was the center of royal government in the Massachusetts Bay colony. (Curated content from www.revolutionaryspaces.org)