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Rich in history and culture, Waltham is conveniently located just 12 miles from Boston. When you live in Waltham, you’ll find evidence of its roots in the 1700s alongside contemporary amenities — there’s something for everyone here.
Step into history by touring a number of the city’s grand homes, or visit the Waltham Museum to learn more about its past. In addition to its own local history, Waltham holds a number of notable museums, including the Girl Scout Museum at Cedar Hill and the Golden Ball Tavern Inn.
If you prefer more modern entertainments, consider Waltham’s arts and entertainment offerings, which include Free Summer Concerts, a variety of arts programming, and several notable theaters. See Broadway professionals working alongside talented regional performers at the Reagle Music Theatre, or catch a variety of performances at the Brandeis Theater Company.
Want to spend your time outdoors? Waltham has options for year-round recreation. Enjoy hiking and biking on Beaver Brook Reservation’s 59 acres of open fields and woodlands, or take a scenic stroll down the Charles Riverwalk. The warmer months are perfect for canoeing and kayaking down the Charles River, while nearby Weston Ski Track is open in winter for skiing and snowshoeing. When you’re ready to explore the Greater Boston area, you’ll have easy access to nearby cities with connections to major roadways Route 128, I-90 (Mass Turnpike), Route 2, and Route 20.
Steeped in history and culture, this tight-knit community is a mix of urban conveniences and a charming suburban feel.
Close to Boston, but close to home you’ll find hiking, green spaces, arts programs, and culinary delights on Moody Street.
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