Address: 7 Jason Street, Arlington, MA 02476-6410
Phone: (781) 648-4300
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.
Smith Museum: Exhibit, “Family Ties: 200 Years of Arlington Life” is open seasonally at the same time as the Jason Russell House.
Adults: $5.00, Children: $2.00
Membership is open to those who are interested in the objectives of the Society. See the Membership Page for additional details.
A ramp provides wheelchair and stroller access to the Smith Museum and the ground floor of the Jason Russell House.
The Jason Russell House and Smith Museum are easily reached by automobile. From outside Boston take I-95 to Exit 29A, Route 2 East. Proceed on Route 2 to exit 59A, Pleasant Street. Make a left onto Pleasant Street. At Massachusetts Ave. make a left heading west toward Lexington. Make a left at Jason Street. Parking is located on Jason Street or take the next right onto Jason Terrace – our parking lot is located behind the Smith Museum.
Public transit offers several choices to bring you to our door. The MBTA’s bus routes 67, 77, 79, 80, 87, and 350 all stop at Arlington Center. Many of these buses can be caught at the Red line station at Harvard or Alewife. Get off the bus in Arlington Center opposite the Town Hall and walk one block west on Massachusetts Avenue to Jason Street.
Individuals wishing to conduct research of The Society’s Collections may contact us by phone or email to arrange an appointment.