Malden MA is a small community on the eastern edge of Worcester, Massachusetts. Malden has a rich history, and it is no accident that it is called “the cradle of democracy.” It is known as “the Home of Reason,” and the “City on a Hill.” Malden MA is also known as the “Birthplace of the New England Tea Party.”
Malden MA has been called the “Home of Science.” It is one of America’s premier areas for the study of marine life and for studying the atmospheric environment. Malden MA is home to a number of museums dedicated to science and art. One of these museums is “The Boston Athenaeum,” which is dedicated to the Athenaeans who lived in Malden in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The museum showcases the culture, arts and history of the Massachusetts colony.
The Malden Public Library is also a place to visit in Malden MA. Here you will find all kinds of books, newspapers, magazines, movies and other resources that are relevant to your daily life. The library holds thousands of volumes, and there are plenty of good books on all kinds of subjects available to be read in the library. The Malden Public Library also offers public radio stations that play music and news. You can even tune into a live broadcast of the local news, weather, sports and even talk shows.