Armenian Library and Museum of America 65 Main St, Watertown, MA02472 The library and museum, which opened in 1971, has the largest collection of Armenian artifacts in the diaspora and is…More the largest ethnic museum in Massachusetts. The museum displays Armenian art and historical pieces in several galleries, and tours are available in English, Armenian and Russian. Rotating exhibits feature a range of topics from contemporary art to ancient artifacts, and the museum averages 14 exhibits annually. The library collections include books, periodicals and oral histories in English and Armenian. The library is open to researchers and the general public.
SweeTree Ink 281a Mount Auburn St, Watertown, MA02472 SweeTree Ink is a multi-faceted store that does screen printing, sells T-shirts and is an art gallery. In relation to…More the former, the shop will print on anything that can be flattened, such as skateboard decks and furniture. SweeTree Ink is named after co-founders Dave Tree and Tyler Sweet.