The Arlington Historical Society’s Jason Russell House is a 1745 colonial farmer’s house, famous for being the site of the bloodiest battle of April 19, 1775, the first day of the American Revolution. Nine patriots were killed on the grounds and in the house.
Adjacent to the Jason Russell House is the Arlington Historical Society Museum, which houses public exhibits on Arlington history. This space, as well as the adjacent lawn, is available for rent for special events.
Visit Google Earth and the Arlington Historical Society website to learn more.
The Arlington Historical Society Museum and Jason Russell House
7 Jason Street, Arlington, MA 02476