Check out the wealth of lodging, dining, and recreational amenities, along with plenty of community events and resources, available to those living in, working in, or just visiting Malden. Click on the amenities below to learn more about each:

Attractions

See photos of the sites below in our blog post, MaldenWorks it for the Camera here.

Bell Rock Memorial Park

Between Main, Wigglesworth, Meridan, and Ellis Streets, Malden MA

This beautiful park, which appears on the National Register of Historic Places, commemorates Malden's veterans atop Bell Rock where Malden's first settlers erected a church bell. The site is also home to a World War II Memorial Arch, which memorializes 8,100 Malden residents who served in WWII.

Converse Memorial Building | Malden Public Library

36 Salem St. Malden, MA

Opened in October of 1885, the Converse Memorial Building was designed by renowned architect H.H. Richardson. The building housed the library as well as an art gallery. Today the majority of the library's collection is housed in the new addition which opened in June of 1996.

Davenport Memorial Building

70 Salem Street, Malden MA

Set on beautifully landscaped grounds in Malden Center, this historical building has served as home for retired residents of Malden since 1946 Learn more about the house’s rich history on the Davenport Memorial website.

Fellsmere Pond

Fellsway E & Savin Street, Malden MA

Experience the beautiful fountain at Fellsmere Pond and the view from the ridge. Pack a lunch and enjoy it on one of the area benches or picnic tables.

Middlesex Fells Reservation

Malden, Medford, Stoneham, Melrose, Winchester

The Middlesex Fells Reservation’s 2,575 acres offer a welcome retreat for city dwellers and a suitable terrain for hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders, rock climbers, cross-country skiers and picnickers as well as natural and cultural history buffs. Learn more about trails, parking, regulations, directions, etc on the state’s Department of Conservation & Recreation website.

Spanish American War Monument

Corner of Pleasant Street and Highland Avenue, Malden MA

This bronze sculpture known as "The Hiker" was erected on November 20, 1938 and unveiled 40 years after the Spanish American War. It was created by Alice Ruggles, designer of at least 50 military monuments nationwide.


The city of Malden does an excellent job of highlighting these attractions and many more including churches, schools, cemeteries and historic homes in their virtual tour here.

The Malden River

Malden, MA

The Malden River, which starts behind Canal Street in the southwest corner of Malden, is 2.3 miles long. It runs through Malden and forms the border between Medford and Everett before emptying into the Mystic River. Spots of interest along the river include the Tufts University Boathouse, pedestrian walking paths, and RiversEdge park.