Waltham, located in eastern Massachusetts, is a western suburb of Boston. Founded in 1636, incorporated into a town in 1738 and then into a city in 1884, Waltham is now a diverse community with various opportunities for living, education, work, and leisure.
Historically Waltham is probably best known as the home of the Waltham Watch Factory, a pioneer company of the Industrial Revolution.
Your taste buds will appreciate our spicy-hot restaurant scene - more than 100 places with everything from tapas to tenderloins. Culturally speaking, the Waltham area has plenty to grab your attention, including plays, art films, music, and museums.
Today the city is home to a wide variety of thriving businesses, restaurants, and two major institutions of higher learning, Bentley College and Brandeis University.
Waltham Elementary Schools