Burlington is located in the Middlesex County of Massachusetts. The town was established in 1641 and was incorporated as Burlington Massachusetts in 1799. The population in Burlington Massachusetts is of almost 24,500 people. The town's development began as the industrial field spread here and continued to grow after Route 128 reached the location, bringing even more businesses and commercial points.
The Mill Pond Conservation Area is an 140 acres surface of natural and protected land near Burlington. The Mill Pond is a great place for people to take walks, bicycle rides and hicks on marked and unmarked trails. There are many things and activities to enjoy here, under the strict ruling that the natural environment, the habitats and the flora and fauna species are not affected or harmed in any way.
Francis Wyman House is a local landmark, not only of Burlington, but also of Massachusetts as well. The house has historical value, being one of the oldest in the region. It was initially built in 1666 and was placed under restoration, after the damaging fire that broke out inside the house in 1996. The Francis Wyman House can be visited as a historical site, a museum and a place for special events hosting. The Great Places in Massachusetts Commission named the house one of the 1,000 places to visit in the state.
The Marry Cummings Park, one of the many recreational facilities in Burlington, was created by Marry Cummings in 1927. The park contains a field of the Burlington RC Flyers and numerous other sporting possibilities and sites. There are also several playgrounds for children to use and trails for walking, jogging and cycling.
The Burlington Historical Museum is the place to find out more about the history and the cultural values of the town. People may come here to admire exhibitions and collections of paintings, photographies, artifacts and other memorabilia on the past of Burlington Massachusetts. Guided tours and school trips are available to be organized, so that anyone can take advantage of the educational means and grounds of the historical museum.