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Explore the Arts with a Bus Rental and Charter in Somerville, Massachusetts

A bus rental and charter in Somerville, MA is perfect for your trip to the city.

Only two miles away from Boston, Somerville is home to more than 75,000 people, making it the most densely populated city in the entire New England area. The city is rich in culture and history, with a lot of tourist attractions and beautiful scenery for you to enjoy on a bus rental and charter in Somerville, MA.

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A bus rental and charter in Somerville, MA can help you and your group travel in comfort and style. This way, your sightseeing trips are more convenient. So get one today and visit the following attractions:

Arts & Culture

Somerville, Arts & Culture

Somerville has the second most number of artists per capita, next only to New York. It is the local artists that help make Somerville one of the most alive and vibrant art centers in the country.

Be sure to check out the only operating movie theater in the city, the Somerville Theater, which also doubles as a music venue. The Somerville Theater hosts the yearly Independent Film Festival of Boston, one of the best film festivals and it had screened films such as Murderball, The Saddest Music in the World, The Puffy Chair, Hannah Takes the Stairs, Me and You and Everyone We Know, and Medicine for Melancholy, among others. It also hosts the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival. Inside the theater, you will also find the Museum of Bad Art.

Speaking of visual arts, there are two major studios in Somerville: Joy Street Studios and the Brickbottom Artists Building. You could also attend the arts-related events put out by the Somerville Open Studios and the Somerville Arts Council.

For live music, check out Bull McCabe's (Somerville, MA 02143), Johnny D's (Somerville, MA 02144) and PA's Lounge. You should also check out Navarasa Dance Theater and Behind the Mask Studio/Theatre.

Aside from these, you can go to Somerville Museum, where you could get more on the city's history, as well as its heritage. They have visual arts exhibits, history and heritage exhibits, as well as musical and theatrical performances.

Fluff. Fluff, or marshmallow creme, was invented in the city and Somerville hosts a yearly Fluff Festival that brings together vendors, entertainers and a number of activities for you to enjoy.

Restaurants & Shopping

Somerville is unofficially the restaurant hub in the vicinity of Greater Boston because of the variety and new restaurants opening in and around Somerville. Check out the falafel sandwiches at Amsterdam Falafelshop and the authentic Japanese fare at Ebi Sushi, or taste the brilliance of chef Joe Cassinelli at the Painted Burro.

Somerville, Restaurants & Shopping

Casa B is a top-notch restaurant that specializes in Caribbean and Latin American cuisines and it was voted as one of the best new restaurants when it opened. On the other hand, music fans would love Moe's Lounge at Radio. You could also check out the chalkboard walls at M3, where you could doodle while waiting for your food.

When it comes to long-time favorites, you can go to:

  • 3 Little Figs
  • Capone Foods
  • Dave's Fresh Pasta
  • J and J Restaurant & Takeout
  • Leone's Sub & Pizza
  • Lotus Xpress
  • Panificadora Modelo (Somerville, MA 02145)
  • Spoke
  • Thai Hut

Speaking of restaurants, be sure to check out the best dining options on Assembly Row, where you could also enjoy the waterfront and find some great shopping finds.

There are also local businesses that can give you a great shopping experience:

  • Assembly Square Mall
  • Boston Shaker
  • Buffalo Exchange
  • Davis Squared
  • E Scott Originals
  • Found
  • Magpie
  • What's Nu

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Home of the Boston Breakers, and the Boston Militia, George Dilboy Memorial Stadium also serves as a multipurpose stadium that is open to the public.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Somerville, Historical Sites & Landmarks

Somerville has more than 80 historic homes, parkways, churches and other historic sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and are considered to be city landmarks.

Check out the architecture of the R. A. Knight - Eugene Lacount House, Adams-Magoun House, Charles Adams-Woodbury Locke House, Clifton Bacon House, Walter S. and Melissa E. Barnes House, and James H. Brooks House among others.

Other historic places you can go to include:

  • Alewife Brook Parkway
  • Bow Street Historic District
  • Middlesex Canal
  • Mystic Valley Parkway
  • West Somerville Branch Library

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The Somerville Community Path is a rail trail that is covered by trees. The project is aimed to connect the Cambridge border in Lechmere Square to the border near Davis Square. It is not yet completed, so in the meantime, you have a collection of great parks and playgrounds that you could go to, including:

  • Albion Park, with its tot lots, water spray, gardens and game courts.
  • Trum Field Playground, where you can play baseball, basketball and softball.
  • Morse-Kelley Park, where you can go skateboarding, play basketball, stick ball, paddleball tennis and go wall climbing.
  • Kenney Park, which is currently renovated, but you can still play at its playground.

Other parks you should visit:

  • Hodgkins Park
  • Nunziato Field Dog Park
  • Perry Park
  • Seven Hills Park
  • Zero New Washington Street Dog Park

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