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Nearby Restaurants in Burlington
- Border Cafe – 128 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington, MA 01803 – 781-505-2500
- The Capital Grille – 10 Wayside Road, Burlington, MA 01803 – 781-505-4130
- Burton’s Grill & Bar – Middlesex Commons – 43 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington, MA 01803 – 781-221-2281
More About Burlington, Massachusetts
The first settlement in Burlington was in 1641. The town was named after the English town of Burlington in Yorkshire. It was officially incorporated as a town on the 28th of February, 1799.
Burlington has a history of agriculture; the residents of the town sold hops and rye to Boston, supplied the Boston market with milk, fruit, vegetables, and were also invested in shoemaking. In the 19th century, it was populated by industries such as mills along the Vine brook.
Railway transportation took a while before it reached Burlington, but between the period of 1955 to 1965, Burlington became the fastest developing town as a result of the highway completed in 1954. The population in Burlington increased exponentially, with more commercial and industrial activities taking place. Burlington is located in Middlesex County, and it is currently both an industrial and residential town.
What to do or see in Burlington MA
Mary Cummings Park can be termed a monument of benevolence as Mary Cummings left the land to the City of Boston under the condition that it is kept open to the public as a recreational ground.
It was formally an estate and farm belonging to the Cummings. It is now managed by Boston’s park department, and it is open for camping and garden excursions for children. The Burlington Historical Museum is also a historic site to explore. It houses a collection of the town’s local history and artifacts from centuries ago.
It initially started as a grammar school in 1855 before it was turned into a public library in 1897, then police headquarters in 1970 before it was finally converted to a museum in 1975 and has remained a museum to date. Burlington’s 3rd avenue, Wayside Common and Burlington Mall are popular go-to spots for shoppers and tourists who visit the town. Burlington is also home to a landlocked forest. The forest is about 270 acres of open space, which is a natural habitat for wildlife such as deers, foxes, coyotes, birds, and chipmunks, to mention a few.
Notable people from Burlington
- Steven Alexander Wright; is an award-winning stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and film producer. He grew up in Burlington, MA.
- Kali Dora Flanagan; she is an American ice-hockey player. She played for Boston College and the American National Team. Kali was born and raised in Burlington.
- James MacGregor Burns was a political scientist, professor, and an American historian. He was a resident of Burlington.
- Roderick MacKinnon is a biophysicist, neuroscientist, and businessman. He was born in Burlington.