Brighton-Allston Heritage Museum
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The Brighton-Allston Heritage Museum houses permanent and temporary exhibiitions related to the heritage of Allston and Brighton.
The Brighton-Allston Heritage Museum presents Brighton Transformed, an on-going exhibition that celebrates the historical themes that have contributed to the varied and rich history of Brighton and Allston.
Included in the exhibition are historical photographs, artifacts, books, maps, signage, letters, portraits, interactive web-based stations, oral history video and stations, models, dioramas and historical ephemeras.
20 Chestnut Hill Avenue, Brighton, , 02135 map
Located in Brighton Center at the intersection of Washington St./Market St./Chestnut Hill Ave. From the East: take Storrow Drive/Soldier's Field Road to Bighton Center exit. Take Market St. one mile to the Washtington/Market/Chestnut Hill intersection. Public Transportation/Buses: Routes 57, 65 and 86.
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