The Arlington Historical Society

A Walk: Arlington Residents at Mount Auburn
Sunday June 2, 2019 2 PM

A guided walking tour of Mount Auburn Cemetery with stops to visit Arlington residents buried there including Elizabeth Cary Agassiz, John Quincy Adams Brackett, Henry Hornblower and William Wilkins Warren. The tour will start at Story Chapel.

Sponsored by Arlington Historical Society to benefit the Amos Whittemore Sideboard Preservation Fund

Donation $20

Leader: Rosemarie Smurzynski docent Mount Auburn

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The Arlington Historical Society, with offices in the Smith Museum, hosts a yearly lecture series as well as offering individual and group tours of the historic Jason Russell House. Through its education and outreach program, the Arlington Historical Society welcomes school classes and scout groups to explore life in colonial America.

Ed Program in the Smith Museum
Ed Program in the Smith Museum

Hours of Operation

Jason Russell House: Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturday, and Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., from Patriot’s Day (mid April) to end of October.  Legal holidays excluded.
Museum: Exhibit, “Family Ties: 200 Years of Arlington Life” is open seasonally at the same time as the Jason Russell House.

Entrance Fees

Jason Russell House (by guided tour only): Adults: $5.00, Children: $2.00
Museum: FREE

Program Series

2019-2019 Lecture Series “Nature — an Arlington Historical Perspective”


Membership in the Society includes: Free admission to the Jason Russell House, Smith Museum, and the Historical Lecture Series; a discount on items purchased at The Museum Shop; a subscription to our newsletter “Menotomy Minutes”. For information on joining the Arlington Historical Society, see our Membership Page.

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