The Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum is at 611 Massachusetts Ave. in the restored 1830 Jefferson Cutter House. Permanent galleries display the works of Dallin, an Arlington resident from 1900 until his death in 1944. Born in Utah, the sculptor initially moved to Massachusetts in 1880. One of his landmark pieces is an equestrian statue of Paul Revere located in Boston's historic North End. The highly regarded artist also is well-known for his gallant depictions of Native Americans.
Included in the museum's collection are plaster prototypes and bronze casts, paintings, medals and photographs. Temporary exhibitions showcasing the works of local contemporary artists are presented in the Cutter Art Gallery. The Arlington Chamber of Commerce also is on-site.