Lexington Driving School 142 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02474 Lexington Driving School is staffed with experienced Drivers' Education Instructors. Lexington offers flexible lesson…More schedules and accelerated one-week classes. Along with serving Arlington, the Lexington Driving School also serves Cambridge, Lexington, Lincoln, Bedford, Concord, Waltham, Burlington, Winchester and Woburn.
Lexington Eye Associates 281 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02474 Lexington Eye Associates provides a broad range of ophthalmic services. All the ophthalmologists at Lexington…More Eye Associates are board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. The practice performs standard eye exams and treats various eye diseases such as glaucoma, retinal diseases, secondary cataracts and myopia.
Airport Taxi Cab 38 Broadway, Arlington, MA02474 Airport Taxi Cab is a car service which provides transportation to and from airports in Boston, Arlington, Winchester,…More Lexington, Belmont, Medford, Bedford, Woburn, Lincoln, Somerville, Cambridge and the surrounding areas. Services are available 24/7 by phone, although customers generally prefer to make reservations ahead of time.
Arlington Florist 1321 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02476 Arlington Florist is a family-owned florist in Arlington Heights. With the assistance of two store birds, it offers…More customized floral arrangements for many different occasions. Free delivery is available to Arlington, Lexington, Winchester and Belmont, though it can arrange for deliveries to locations worldwide. Same-day delivery is guaranteed if the order is placed by 2pm.
Sons of Italy 168 Lexington St, Woburn, MA01801 Sons of Italy is a national organization that provides support to Italian-Americans. It hosts civic, charitable and…More social events that focus on Italian culture and heritage. This facility, which can be rented for functions, features a ballroom and a bar.
John D. Wright 281 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02474 John Wright is a licensed optometrist and part of Lexington Eye Associates. Services offered include eye exams, contact…More lens fitting, and Lasik surgery. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the number provided.
This summertime favorite features a sandy beach beside a chlorinated and filtered pool built into the Arlington…More Reservoir, which straddles the Arlington-Lexington line on the north end of town. The beach is open from 10 a.m. to dusk, late June 22 to late August and is supervised by certified life guards.
Beach-goers must buy a tag to enter the facility and present proof of residency to avoid paying an out-of-town fee. Summer passes are also available, and swimming lessons are provided for a fee. For full information, go to the Recreation Department's website.
The beach park also has a small sandy playground with swings and slides. Bikes, pets, ball playing, throwing discs and toys are prohibited in the beach area. Children under 12 must have adult supervision.
The beach is also on a 0.9-mile path that circles the reservoir and connects with Hurd Field, a park off Drake Road with two baseball diamonds and a soccer field, and Rindge Park, a shady Lexington park with a small playground overlooking the reservoir.
Though located entirely within the town of Lexington, this 183-acre enclave has been owned and maintained by…More Arlington since it was purchased by the town in 1871 for use as a supplementary water storage area.
Today, the unaltered habitat is home to 56 bird species, 12 different amphibians and reptiles and 251 plant varieties, according to the Friends of Arlington's Great Meadows. For hikers, the preserve is crisscrossed with a network of faint walking paths that intersect with Minuteman Bikeway and nearby school parking lots.
Entrances can be hard to find, but the Friends have identified six different public entry points for the Great Meadows, all outlined on a map on the group's Web site. To guide you, look for the red trail markers embossed with the letters "AGM."
Located near the Lexington line, McClennen Park includes two large playing fields, a small baseball diamond, walking…More paths, a small sloped hill for sledding and a skatepark.
Users of the skate park, which includes ramps, grind rails and other obstacles, must wear helmets and other safety gear and may only use skateboards or inline skates. Alcohol, drugs and glass containers are prohibited.
A porta potty is located behind the playground.
Organized teams must request a field permit from the Arlington Recreation Department by calling 781-316-3880 before using town fields.