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Watertown, Massachusetts

Arsenal Center for the Arts

Watertown, settled in 1630, was the seat of Massachusetts government during the critical years of the early revolution from 1775-1776. The town is bordered by the Charles River, with easy access to Boston and suburban communities.

During your visit to Watertown, experience the Arsenal Center for the Arts, which hosts a variety of visual and performing arts, from exhibits and classes to concerts and plays. For local history, visit Gore Place, the Federal-era country estate of Massachusetts Governor Christopher Gore; The Historical Society of Watertown’s Edmund Fowle House; or Historic New England's own Lyman Estate. Watertown Square offers a variety of shops and restaurants, and Boston and Cambridge are easily accessible for even more attractions.

For more information about Watertown, contact the Town of Watertown. For information on tourism and attractions in the Boston area, contact the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau.

What's Nearby