Being five minutes from downtown Boston is good for business and for keeping busy! There are plenty of places to eat, stay, relax, or have fun on either side of the Tobin Bridge. Click on the amenities below to learn more about each in Chelsea.


Attention history buffs! Here are a few of Chelsea’s historical sites that shouldn’t be missed.

The Bellingham Cary House

34 Parker Street, Chelsea MA

This house, which was built in 1659 by one of the founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, is now a museum of early Americana. Tours available.

C. Henry Kimball House

295 Washington Ave., Chelsea MA

The house was built in 1888 by C. Henry Kimball and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

Chelsea Garden Cemetery

Historic cemetery bounded by Shawmut Street, and Central and Chester Avenues in Chelsea.

If it’s entertainment you seek, take in a show at a Chelsea theater!

Apolliniare Theatre Company | Chelsea Theatre Works

189 Winnisimmet Street, Chelsea, MA

If it’s art you prefer, check out on one of Chelsea’s art galleries, exhibits, or events. Learn more on the Arts Community page here.