- For other locations with the same name, see Newton.
Newton is a city in Massachusetts and a suburb of the west of Boston. Newton, called "Garden City," is one of the oldest suburbs in Boston and settled in 1630.
Newton consists of 13 villages: Oberndale, Crist Hill, Lower Falls, Newton Center, Newton Corner, Newton Highlands, Nonantam, Oak Hill, Thompson Building, Upper Falls, Waban and West Newton. It is mainly located in the suburbs of Boston, but in itself is a large city with a population of nearly 90,000 (2018). Each village has its own historical and architectural characteristics. After the Boston Worcester Railway opened in 1833 on the north side of Newton, many villages grew around the station. Another railway line that opened to the south of Newton in 1851 became a branch line of the MBTA Green Line, which is called the 'D' branch line. Most of the village walking tours can be seen through the Newton City Planning Department's website.
Victorian houses and Gothic revival churches are found in Obandale, Christ Hill, Newton Center, Newton Corner, Newton Highlands, Newton Building and West Newton Hill. The main street of Newton is the Commonwealth Street, where the whole town is winded and historic houses stand. "Com Abe," a well known Bosnian citizen, links Boston to Weston and takes the lead in the Boston Marathon (the third Monday of April, Patriot Day). Heartbreak Hill starts just east of Newton City Hall. The center of the park was separated by a landscape mall that stretched across the city and was designed by the famous landscape architect Fredrik Law Olmstead. He also designed the Central Park in New York City and the Emerald Necklace in Boston.
For Trivia Buffs: In 1886, Nabisco's Fig Newton cookie was named after Newton City.
Boston's Logan International Airport is the most convenient and offers a variety of ground transportation options.
by train or bus
- Mass Bay Transportation Bureau (MTA). Newton connects Boston and surrounding communities with light railways, streetcars, commuter trains and buses. The Green Line D Branch (Riverside Line) is a light railway line that runs about 30 minutes away from downtown Boston. That runs frequently throughout the day. The commuter train starting from Boston-Minami Station stops at Newton Building, West Newton and Auhndale villages and heads west for Framingham and Worcester. It runs frequently during rush hours and the rest of the day is reduced. The highway bus goes from Washington Street to Massachusetts Turnpike and downtown Boston.
Newton works at Turnpike, Massachusetts (90 between states) and 95 between states (also known as National Route 128). Route 9 and 16 also runs through the city. From Boston, you can also reach Newton through the streets of the city. Both Beacon Street and Commonwealth Avenue go straight to Newton to provide a more scenic drive (especially Beacon Street).
In general, cars are the most convenient means of transportation, but sometimes it's inconvenient.
by train or bus
Newton is often used on MBTA buses, light buses and commuter trains. The T's Green Line D line provides the best access across Newton and has seven stops in the city. In other cases, there are three stations and several routes in the city. However, many bus stops are around 17:00, and some routes do not run on weekends.
The driver is not considerate of the bike, so only the experienced bike can ride a bicycle on the street. However, there are many parks and school gardens that use bicycles.
Charles River Bike Pass is almost an off-road pass that runs from east to west of Newton and Waltham through Watertown, Boston and Cambridge along both sides of Charles River. You can enjoy every level of bicycles on this scenic road. There is also a bicycle-only road that runs part of the Koomabe.
In Newton and Boston taxis are exorbitant. If you can, try to avoid it. If you call a taxi, it's polite, punctual, and clean.
-  Newton Museum of History at the Jackson Homestead 527 Washington St . Tu-Sa 11AM-5PM, Su 2-5PM. A federal farmer built in 1809. The museum presents an interesting introduction to Newton's history through the exhibition of paintings, photographs, costumes and historical objects. The house was in the subway station hiding slaves. $5/$3
- 2 Boston College, 140 Commonwealth Ave, Chestnut Hill. See the original Neo Gothic campus, including buildings designed by Maginis and Walsh. The McMullen Art Museum exhibits a changing art exhibition. The alumni and conte forums have introduced BC's soccer, basketball and hockey teams.
- 3 Newton Free Library 330 Homer St . It is an airy contemporary library with a wide collection, the Newton History Room, and a lecture hall where concerts and lectures are constantly held.
- the intersection of Newton Center, Center Street and Beacon Street. It is the largest and busiest part of the town center. There are a number of shops, including high-class clothing stores, salons, spas, restaurants of various dishes, coffee shops, ice cream shops and banks. It is adjacent to Newton's largest park. Only a short walk from the beautiful crystal lake.
- Newton Highlands, the intersection of Ulnat Street and Lincoln Street. It is probably the oldest style in the center of Newton's village. Local people usually travel to the city during the day, but there are the best restaurants in the city, and one of the most independent coffee shops, Lincoln Street Cafe.
- In warm months, they rent canoeing and kayaking at Charles River Boat House on the Commonwealth Street on the Weston Bridge (Route 30).
- West Newton cinema, 1296 Washington St, ☏+1 617 964-6060. Watch foreign and independent films on top of the region.
- In Newton Building, annual Independence Day fireworks are seen at Albemarle Field on the coast of Cheesecake Brook (the corner of Albemarle Le and Crafts St.).
- Let's go for a swim at the Crystal Lake, a scenic spot in Newton Highland, and enjoy the beautiful houses facing the lake.
- Lake ChestnutHill, Beacon, ChestnutHill. It is located between the Boston College Campus and the Cleveland Circle. a beautiful reservoir surrounding the vikings and sidewalks It is very popular in warm seasons. The reservoir was designed by the famous landscape gardener Fredrik Law Olmstead, like Commonwealth Avenue in Newton.
- Newton Bill Books, 10 Langley Rd (Newton Center), . M-Sa 9AM-9PM, Su 11AM-7PM. Unlike the store's name, Newton Bill Books currently lives in the Newton Center. The Newton Center is famous for modern novels, children's books, and frequent read writers.
- Kurinoka Mall, Route 9, Kurinoka - A very expensive and expensive fashion shopping mall. It houses the only Bloomindale store in New England and Barnes New York.
- "Only the next door, Overversion 327 Overversion, 617-965-6796+1" Personal cards, gifts and toy stores. It's the best card. a unique gift a kind and useful staff Always something new.
- Newton Bill Camera, 249 Walnut St, ☏ +1 617 965-1240. M-Th 10AM-7PM, F Sa 10AM-5PM. A great local camera shop. The owner is very useful.
- Winston Flowers & Garden (Winston's), 11 Florence St, toll-free: . A beautiful flower shop.
- Newbury Comics 130 Needham Strike . It's mainly a CD shop, not a comic shop. There are also posters, monuments and clothes.
- International Bicycle Center, 71 Needhamsen☏ T, . M-Tu Th F 10AM-6PM, W Noon to 6 pm, Sa 9:30AM-6PM, Su Noon to 5 pm, local bicycle repair shop.
- Learning Express, 1296 Center St, ☏+1 617 969-2722. M-W Sa 9:30AM-6PM, Th F 9:30AM-7PM, Su 10AM-5PM. a local toy shop
- New England Mobile Book Fair (The Book Mobile), 82 Needham St, Newton Highlands, 617 527 (New England Mobile Book Fair)。 M-Tu Th F 9AM-7PM, W 9AM-8:30PM, Sa 9AM-6PM, Su 11AM-5PM. It's a huge bookstore! Look up half the used in the store.
- Leather World, 30 Langley Rd Ste A, . Beautiful, expensive leather and baggage.
- O'Hara, 1185 Walnut St, Newton Highrun☏, +1 617 965-6785. M-Sa 11AM-11:30PM, Su 10AM-9PM. Full menu Irish Pub.
- Blue Ribbon BBQ, 1375 Washington St, West Newton, +1 617 332-2583, Fax:. M-Sa 11AM-9PM, Su 11AM-8PM. The real barbecue is used for all repairs.
- Keltic Krust Bakery (Celtock Class Bakery, 1371 Washington St, Ste 5, West Newton, ☏ 617 332-9343). M-F 6:30AM-5PM, Sa Su 8AM-4PM. Irish Moji Soda Pan, Petit Four, Sandwich, Coffee.
- Lumiere, 1293 Washington St, West Newton, ☏ +1 617 244-9199, fax number, ✉[email protected] M-Th 5:30-9PM, F 5:30-10PM, Sa 5-10PM, Su 5-9PM. a top-rated French restaurant
- Cabot's Ice Cream & Restran (743 Washington St, Newtonville, +1 617 964-9200[email protected])Tu-Th Su 8:30AM-10PM, F Sa 8:30AM-11:30PM. Classical ice cream parlor with a full menu and all-day breakfast. It is the most selected day among the surrounding days. I don't accept credit cards, but there is an ATM in front of the store.
- George Howell Coffee, 311 Walnut St, Newtonville, 617 332-6886, [email protected], George Howell Coffee, 3111 Walnut St, Newtonville +1 111111111111111111111111111111111122121221222122212222212212222222221222222222222222222222222222M-F 6:30AM-6PM, Sa Su 8AM-6PM. This independent cafe incorporates crepes and local product sandwiches. This is by far the best coffee in Newton.
- Café St Petersburg 57 Union Santo Suite 1 Newton Center (restaurant entrance through the alleys of Sovereign Bank and Peats Coffee & Tea) ☏+1 617-467-3145, Fax:+1 667-367-31455, ✉[email protected] Tu-Th noon-10 p.m., F-Su noon. a lively Russian restaurant ,
- Johnny's Lunchette, 30 Langley Road, Newton Sen☏ Ter,, Fax: M-Sa 7AM-9PM, Su 8AM-9PM. a modern cafeteria breakfast and sandwiches
- Cafe Sol Azteca, 75 Union St, Newton Center, +1 617 964-0920, [email protected], Cafe Sol Azteca, 75 Union St, Newton Center, Newton Center, M-Sa 5:00-9:30 p.m., Su 5:00-9:00 p.m. a full-scale Mexican restaurant with outdoor terraces
- An antique baker with Antoine pastry shop (Antoine's shop), 317 Watertown St (Nonantam) +1 617 . Cake, cinnamon bread and cookies.
- Legal Seifoods (Legal's), Chestnut Hill 43 Boylston St, +1 617 277-7300. M-Th 11AM-10PM, F Sa 11AM-11PM, Su Noon to 10PM. One of the most famous fish restaurants in Boston. The clams' chauder has been on the U.S. President's inaugural ceremony for many years. It's very expensive.
- See Karoun, 839 Washington St, Newtonville, [email protected] Tu-Th 5:00-9:30 p.m., F Sa 5:00-1:00 p.m. In addition to Armenian and Middle Eastern cuisine, live music and belly dancing are featured. Go while you can. A major redevelopment project will rebuild the entire block and Karun will be evicted. ,
- Coconats Cafe, 759 Beacon St, Newton Center +1 617 244-7050 , [email protected] 2004-10050 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000Su-Th 11:30AM-9:45PM, F Sa 11:30AM-10:15PM. a Thai dish The number of seats is limited.
- Amarin of Thais (Amarin), 1 Newton Pl, 287 Centre St, Newton Corner, +1 617-527-5255, Fax:. Lunch: M-Sa 11:30AM~3PM; Dinner: M-Th 5-9:45PM, F Sa 5-10:30PM. There is also a wonderful restaurant in Thai cuisine with a full-blown atmosphere.
- Tartufo Cucina Abruzze (Tartufo), 22 Union Cents, Newton Center, ☏+1 617-244-8833.M-F 11:30AM-10PM, Sa Su 4-10PM. A very popular Italian restaurant overlooking the Newton Center.
- Tango Mango, 1191 Center St, Newton Center, +1 617 969-8100. M-Sa 10:30AM-10PM, Su 11AM-9PM. small octopus joint not as good as the anas-tack area in Brookline
- Village Cafe 719 Washington St 617 795-5200 (Village Cafe 719 Washington St, Washington St) +1 ✉) M-Sa 7AM-3PM, Su 7AM-2PM a perfect place for breakfast and lunch
- Angola Ice Chest Nut Hilset A3 Voilston☏ St+1 617 . From 9:00 to 11:30 every day. Frozen yogurt, ice cream, coffee and pastries.
- Sweet tomato pizza 1, 47 Langley Rd, . Every day, 11:30AM~9PM. At local pizza restaurants, they specialize in thin-crust pizza. Take out counter. 10 dollars for sandwiches, 20 dollars for a big pizza.
- Rosenfeld Begel, 1280 Center, Newton Center (down stairs), ☏+1 617-527-8080 W-F 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Sa Su 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. A local bagel shop specializing in gourmet bagels and cream cheese. The shop is small, but especially around the Jewish holiday. There's the Bank of America over the street, just for cash.
- Rox Diner (The Rox), 335 Walnut St, 617 916-1795. M-Sa 7AM-10PM, Su 7AM-8PM. At a Newton Building dinner, you add a wonderful food and a fresh orange juice. Eat the French toast of bananas and ntella!
- Deluxe Station Diner (The Station Diner), 70 Union St (right-hand side of T Station), ☏+1 617 244-2550. Su-Th 7AM-10PM, F Sa 7AM-11PM. An old-fashioned dinner at the Newton Center, managed by the owner of the famous Deluxe Town Dinner in Watertown. The food is good, but the service is uneven. It's not as good as the watertown hall.
- See Great Harvest Bread Company (Great Harvest), 316 Walnut St, Newtonville, +1 617 928-1162[email protected] M-F 6:30AM-6:30PM, SA 6:30AM-6PM, SU 7AM-2PM. A local bakery that uses baked bread. Come and eat bread for free at lunch time!
- Oishi Sushi Bar (Oishi), Chestnut Hill Hammond St 612☏ 617 277[email protected]) Tu-Th 11:30AM-3PM and 5-9:30PM, F 11:30AM-3PM and 5-10PM, Sa 1-10PM, Su 1-9:30PM. a fashionable sushi chef It's a little expensive, but it's good.
- White Mountain Creamer (White Mountain), Chestnut Hill, Commonwealth Abbey, + . 11:00 a.m. every day. A cute local ice cream shop. The store opens late.
- Shogun Restran (Shogun), 1385 Washington St West, +1 617 965-6699[email protected]☏)Lunch: Tu-F 11:30AM-2:30PM; Dinner: Tu-Su 5:30PM~10PM. a local sushi restaurant Newton's sushi is casual, quiet, and not expensive.
- Union Street, 107R Union St., Newton Center. Older, more local people. It's a popular after work site with a very comfortable terrace that feels like a roof deck.
- Buff's Pub, 317 Washington St, Newton Corner. after work a delicious bar food
- Biltmore 1205 Chestnut St Newton Corner. Many after lunch/work crowds are between 25 and 40 years old. The atmosphere of the latest bar and kraft cocktails and local seasonal goods are among the things that appear at restaurants.
- Paddis Pub (Paddis), Elmst W (off Washington St.),☏+1 M-Sa 11AM-11:30PM, Su Noon to 9:00 p.m. Pub/restaurant. A good place to buy a child-friendly drink.
- Brewer's Coalition ( 344 Walnut St, Newtonville , ☏ 617 964-7600, [email protected] ) M-Sa 11:30AM-1AM, Su 10AM-1AM. It has a good beer and a good atmosphere.
- Hotel Indigo Boston Newton Riverside 399 Grove St, +1 617 969-5300. A temporary boutique hotel with a free Internet, outdoor pools and on-site restaurant.
- Boston Mariot Newton, 2345 Commonwealth Ave, +1 617 969-1000, Fax:. Indoor pool, on-site restaurant.
- Sheraton Newton, 320 Washington St, +1 617 969-3010, fax:. It was built at exit 17 on Turnpike, Massachusetts.
- Holiday Inn 399 Grove St,☏ .
- Best Western Terrace Inn, 1650 Commonwealth☏ Ave, . Free continental breakfast and free parking.
- Mount Ida College, on the south side of the city.
- Boston College moved from the South End of Boston to the Boston/Newton border in the 19th century. The Boston Campus (located in Newton) is filled with amazing Corrette Gothic architecture, and Newton Campus boasts more new buildings.
- the University of Leesel in Obandel. A lovely campus overlooking the Woodlands Country Club golf course.
- The Andover Theological Seminary next to the Newton Center.
Greater Boston uses 10-digit dialing. That is, you must include the area code when you make a call. The standard area code is 617, but some phone numbers, especially mobile phones, use an overlay of 857.
- Boston has only five minutes to ride Maspike on T's Green Line in 10 to 20 minutes.
- The Cape Cod is one of New England's highest peaks, the seafood and some of the tourist homes. The Sagamore and Bonne bridges are about an hour's drive from Newton. Cape can go by bus.
|a route through Newton|
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|Worcester Samba←||W E||→ Boston, END|
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|Milford Samba←||W E||→ Watertown →Medford|
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|Worcester Samba←||W E||→ Boston, END|