Waltham is a city located to the west of Boston, surrounded by Weston, Lincoln, Newton, Belmont, Watertown and Lexington. As of 2010, Waltham had an estimated population of approximately 60,636, ranking it 16th in Massachusetts. About 12 miles from downtown Boston, Waltham is accessible via I-95/128, I-90, as well as the MBTA Commuter Rail.
Waltham earned the nickname, “The Watch City”, due to its role as a major watch manufacturer for many years. Waltham also played a large role in the Industrial Revolution. Today, it is known primarily as a center of higher education, home of Brandeis University and Bentley University.
Dowtown Waltham offers residents and visitors shops, restaurants, bars, and museums. Waltham has over 109 points of interest on the National Register of Historic Places. The city’s history is well-documented in the Charles River Museum of Industry and Waltham Watch Factory historic district. Waltham is home to a number of historic homes, including the Gore Estate, the Lyman Estate, and the Robert Treat Payne Estate. Other points of interest include the Waltham Symphony Orchestra and the Rose Art Museum.
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