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WalthamWest Suburban Chamber of Commerce ~ 781-894-4700
seasonal revues, and celebrity concerts featuring legendary
entertainers. The company also offers a variety of school-
based educational programs and musical theater camps
designed to give children in the West Suburban region the
opportunity to expand their horizons through the performing
arts. Stars who have appeared at Reagle include John
Davidson, Robert Goulet, Shirley Jones, Patti LuPone, Ann
Margaret, Andrea McArdle, Lee Meriwether, The Mills
Brothers, Sarah Pfisterer, Debbie Reynolds, Sally Struthers,
Tommy Tune, Leslie Uggams, Joanne Worley, and Rachel York.
Brandeis University Campus | 415 South Street | 781-736-3434
Founded in 1961, The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis
University is an educational and cultural institution
dedicated to collecting, preserving and exhibiting the finest
of modern and contemporary art. The programs of the Rose
adhere to the overall mission of the university, embracing
its values of academic excel lence, social justice and
freedom of expression.The museum features permanent
and temporary exhibitions, lectures, tours and events.
Open Tuesday - Thursday, noon to 5:00 pm. FREE
235 Wellesley Street (Regis College Campus)
Weston | 781-768-8367 |
You don’t have to be a stamp collector to enjoy the Spellman.
Created by Cardinal Spellman, a 20th century religious leader
and avid stamp collector, the museum includes the collections
of President Eisenhower, General Matthew Ridgeway, violinist
Jascha Heifitz and over two million stamps. Thursday-Sunday,
noon - 5 pm. Admission charged. Free stamps for the children.
Gift shop and US post office. Regular family days.
Rotating exhibits.
100 Robert Treat Paine Drive | 781-314-3290
Stonehurst, the country place of social reformer Robert Treat Paine
and his family, is a masterpiece of integrated design crowning the
career-long collaboration of two visionaries, architect Henry Hobson
Richardson and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, whose
work continues to inspire culturally and environmentally sensitive
design. Hidden from the street on 109 acres of conservation land
with trails, Stonehurst is the most intact example of their
approach to country house design and the only one that is
open to the publ ic. Open year round. Guided tours by
appointment. Visit for prices
and hours. Operated by the City of Waltham.
9 Spring Street, Waltham | 781-893-9171
Community theatre holds productions throughout the year. Call for
event schedule and admission prices, or visit
Now in its 22nd season, runs every Saturday, 9:30 am to 2:30
pm, rain or shine, from June 16 through November 10. The market
is located in the Sovereign Bank parking lot, 1 Moody Street,
across fromWaltham Common. The market features locally grown
produce, cheese, eggs, meats, baked goods, soaps, maple
products, crafts, plants, wine, and more, plus occasional concerts.
See or call 781-893-0361 for
more info.
190 Moody St | 781-891-5815 |
The society conducts research and preserves a collection of artifacts and
documents relating toWaltham’s history. Open by appointment. FREE
25 Lexington Street | 781-893-9020 |
Museum is open to visitors Tuesday through Saturday, 1:00 - 4:30
PM. Come check out Waltham's rich history featuring exhibits of
American Indian artifacts, Waltham Watch Co. products, early fire
fighting equipment and highlights of the Metz Car Co. and Orient
bicycles. Gift shop. Admission charged
P. O. Box 541188 | 781-891-7968 |
The Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra is a non-profit, tax-
exempt organization dedicated to performing baroque,
classic, romantic and contemporary music of symphonic
literature. It endeavors to meet the cultural, educational
and social needs of the greater Waltham area. The orchestra
provides a creative outlet for its members who love to learn,
perform and enjoy the orchestral repertory, but do not
depend on it for their livelihood. Members, who give freely
of their time, come from al l walks of l ife and share a
common love of performing great music from composers of
the past and present. The orchestra enhances the cultural
life of the communities it serves by “giving back” to them
performances in which the audience can enjoy and learn, in
exchange for their local support. The Orchestra rehearses
on Mondays from Sept. through May at the Clark
Government Center, 119 School St. in Waltham. To join our
community orchestra or get more information, please call
781-891-7968 or email
Waltham Entertainment & Attractions