Stretching from Jason Street to Franklin Street, Arlington Center includes the commercial and civic heart of the city.
Arlington Center is a thriving, historic neighborhood brimming with successful small businesses, diverse restaurants, and local attractions. It's the perfect blend of 19th- and early 20th-century residential homes mixed with modern apartments.
Places of Interest:
Jason Russell House - built in 1740, this historic home in Arlington Center was the sight of bloody fighting on the first day of the American Revolutionary War. Today, it's open to visitors each weekend from 1-4 p.m.
7 Jason Street, Arlington
Cyrus Dallin Art Museum - a small museum that celebrates the work of local American sculptor Cyrus Dallin whose work brings beauty and history to public spaces in and around Boston.
611 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington
Blue Ribbon BBQ - known for its "swine dining," this family-owned Arlington establishment serves delicious, slow-cooked barbecue in a casual atmosphere.
908 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington
La Victoria Taqueria - this local joint serves Mexican street food that is made from quality local ingredients. With burritos, tacos, tortas, and more on the menu, every bite bursts with flavor.
12 Medford Street, Arlington