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.
Watertown Free Public Library 123 Main St, Watertown, MA02472 The brick library building on Main Street dates back to 1884, and in 2006 the expanded facility opened. Two computer…More rooms, one for adults and one for children, are available free of charge. The library has numerous programs, including story time in both English and Spanish, adult book clubs, computer classes and movies. Patrons can also enjoy coffee and a snack at The Cafe. Meeting rooms at the library can be reserved by residents.
Lowell Elementary School 175 Orchard St, Watertown, MA02472 The historic Lowell Elementary School sits atop a hill on Orchard Street. The school has made an effort to incorporate…More technology into the classroom. Students in grades three through five make weekly visits to the computer lab. The library is an important part of the school, and students in preK through grade two go there at least once a week.