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Boston Museums


The Boston museum scene is alive with history, activity and art. Visits to the Boston Children's Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts, or the Boston Science Museum can provide hours of fun for for the family. Boston boasts many world-class museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Boston Children's Museum and many more. Be sure to check your local library for discount coupons and free passes!


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American Textile History MuseumLowell, $$
The American Textile History Museum houses one of the largest collections of its kind in the world. The Textile Learning Center offers hands-on fun. Sunday are family days with special activities.
Boston Children's MuseumBoston, $$
Boston Childrenís Museum is chock full of entertaining things to do & explore. Upon arrival, you are greeted by the 3 story New Balance climbing structure - a favorite with kids. Have fun in the bubble room, explore...
Boston Tea Party Ship & MuseumBoston, $
The Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum is a re-creation of the famous protest in a full scale replica of the tea party ship, also museum exhibits.
Charles Hayden PlanetariumBoston, $$
The Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Boston Museum of Science offers young and old alike the opportunity to reach for the stars. Following a $9 million renovation, the Charles Hayden Planetarium is the most...
Concord MuseumConcord, $$
Engaging galleries, & period rooms provide an introduction to Concord' s history from Native America through 1775 and to the days of Emerson and Thoreau.
Harvard Museum of Natural HistoryCambridge, $$
Explore 12,000 specimens drawn from Harvardís vast research collections at the University's most visited museum -- dinosaurs, meteorites, gemstones, and animals from around the globe. Enjoy frequent family programs and...
Isabella Stewart Gardner MuseumBoston, $$
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is at once an intimate collection of fine and decorative art and a vibrant, innovative venue for contemporary artists, musicians and scholars.
Old South Meeting HouseBoston, $
When you follow the Freedom Trail's red line you'll eventually arrive at the Old South Meeting House. It was built in 1729 as a Puritan Church but has become better known as the site of the Boston Tea Party.
Old State House MuseumBoston, $
The Old State House dates back to 1713. It was the center of all political life and debate in colonial Boston, and it remains the city's oldest public building.
Paul Revere HouseBoston, $
The Paul Revere House is the oldest standing private home in Boston and once belonged to Paul Revere. It is a small museum comprised of rooms decorated in authentic colonial style.
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