The Jason Russell House and the Smith Museum houses and displays historical artifacts from the collection of the Arlington Historical Society. The museum is an 1100 square foot room that houses a current historical display. The room can be transformed for event purposes. There is also a small kitchenette for food and beverage preparation. Two unisex handicapped bathrooms serve the facility.
Fronting the Smith Museum and the entrance to the Jason Russell House is an expansive, beautifully shaded lawn. A historical kitchen herb garden and perennial garden border the entrance to the facility. The lawn can be a beautiful setting for tented banquets, concerts, cocktail parties, and receptions.
There is a small parking lot behind the house on Jason Terrace (first right off Jason Street). Street parking on Jason Street/metered parking on Mass. Ave.
- From Rte 2, Exit for “Route 60/Arlington Center/Belmont Center
- Follow Route 60 to Arlington Center-major stoplight at Mass. Ave.
- Turn left onto Massachusetts Avenue.
- Follow Mass. Ave. for two blocks
- Turn left onto Jason Street, #7 on right.
Patsy Kraemer, Event Coordinator
781-858-8629 or email@example.com
Sara Lundberg, Director
781-648-4300 0r firstname.lastname@example.org
The Arlington Historical Society Museum and Jason Russell House
7 Jason Street, Arlington, MA 02476