A 6 mile, self-guided tour of historic Watertown
Watertown Historic Bicycle Tour (PDF)
Mrs. Mattson's 3rd grade class at the Hosmer School developed a wonderful project highlighting the history of Watertown.
Watertown History Project
The elegant Commander's Mansion, now available for functions after 135 years of private ownership, is an ideal location for many events, especially weddings.
Learn fun and interesting history facts about Watertown, MA that you probably didn't know!
Did You Know?
View meeting times, members, and agendas and minutes here.
Historic District Commission
Learn how the Charles River was named and about the interesting picture on the Watertown seal that actually tells a very true story!
History & Tourism
View locations and historical information and facts about the historical houses located in Watertown.
George Washington was Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army and first met Massachusetts leaders of the revolution here on July 2, 1775.
History of Economic Development in Watertown
A preservation of historical knowledge, as well as a building with a museum, art gallery, and library.
Mount Auburn Cemetery
The rich history of Perkins began with its founding over 175 years ago as the first school for the blind in the United States.
Perkins School for the Blind
See what well-known artists, architects, poets, etc. are buried in Watertown.
The Many Great Figures of American History