Watertown, MA

WatertownWebsite: ci.watertown.ma.us

MBTA: There are several MBTA Bus Routes that travel through Watertown Square, including Bus Route 71.

Located 6 miles west of Boston, the city of Watertown was incorporated in 1630 making it one of the earliest Massachusetts Bay settlements. It is home for world-known Perkins School for the Blind and the Armenian Library and Museum of America, holding the largest collection of Armenian artifacts in North America. The beloved band Boston recorded the majority of their 17-time Platinum album Boston at the Foxglove studio found right in the heart of this city. Other notable former residents of Walpole include actress Eliza Dushku and student at the Perkins School for the Blind Helen Keller.

  • (617) 500-4597

PocketMetro is a GPS map that you rent and take with you when you visit Boston. As you walk, PocketMetro displays all of the information you need to find whatever you're looking for, wherever you are!

  • (617) 965-6811

The TRACS team specializes in healthy lifestyle activities in Boston: Start your morning off with a 5k Run/Walk from one of Boston's signature running destinations: Castle Island at Boston Harbor, the Boston Common or the Hatch Shell along the banks of the Charles River. Provide…