The Waltham Museum is located at 25 Lexington Street, Waltham, just steps from Waltham Common.

Along with collections chronicling Waltham's civic and cultural history, the Waltham Museum also celebrates the city's profound contributions to America's industrial past, including the Boston Manufacturing Company, the American Waltham Watch Company, and the Waltham Manufacturing company which made Orient bicycles and Metz automobiles.

We're VERY excited that the several of the Waltham Museum's Metz automobiles will be on display on Carter Street at the southern edge of Waltham Common during the Watch City Steampunk Festival.

On Festival Day the Waltham Museum will be open from 10:00am to 5:00pm.  They will be hosting three guided tours focusing on items in their collection that might be of particular interest to the Steampunk Community at the following times:

11:00am,
12:30pm, and 
2:00pm

Self-guided tours of the very same artifacts can be made at anytime during their operating hours on Festival Day.

We wish to offer special thanks to Museum Director Al Arena, Tom Arena, Louise Butler, Jack Vallely and the rest of the generous volunteer staff that make the Waltham Museum great!