Join us for a docent-led tour of the Dallin Museum. Cyrus Dallin was a great American sculptor, educator, and Indigenous rights activist. Dallin, a longtime resident of Massachusetts, created some of America’s most iconic sculptures, including Appeal to the Great Spirit (which stands outside of MFA Boston) and Paul Revere (in Boston’s North End). The fee for the tour is $10. We will have lunch at a nearby restaurant after the tour that serves Mexican street food, La Victoria Taqueria.
Partners and guests are welcome to join us.
Non-members, please fill out our Contact IWCB Form so we can welcome you.
The Cyrus Dallin Art Museum is located in the historic Jefferson Cutter House in Arlington Center, at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Rte. 60/Mystic Street. Parking is available in the municipal lot immediately behind the Museum. The parking fee is $.50 per hour Monday through Saturday. Parking is free on Sundays. The Museum is also easily accessible by public transportation (via the 77, 79, and 350 bus lines).
Please register by January 6th. If you are interested in car pooling, please contact Elsa.