Introduction to Chelsea, Massachusetts
Chelsea, Massachusetts, in Suffolk county, is 2 miles N of Boston, Massachusetts. The city is conveniently located inside the Boston metropolitan area. There are an estimated 35,080 people in Chelsea.
This area was originally inhabited by the Massachusett tribe of Native Americans, called Winnisimmet. Samuel Maverick was the first modern settler. He came to this area in 1624. The area continued to be a part of Boston till 1739, when it was incorporated and named Chelsea.
Chelsea and nearby Attractions
- Apollinaire Theatre Company
- Bellingham-Cary House
- Chelsea Public Library
- Chelsea Waterfront Area
- Super Duck Tours
- Bunker Hill Monument
Things To Do In Chelsea
Chelsea offers all the facilities that one can expect in a big city. There are several parks which are ideal for recreational, as well sporting activities. The city also has several organizations and clubs that organize events catering to a variety of tastes. One can also visit the local museums to get an understanding of the history of the area.
Chelsea is served by Boston Logan International Airport.
Chelsea Higher Education
Facilities for higher education are available at the Bunker Hill Community College.