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  • Museums of Boston
    Boston area museums dedicated to promoting the wide range of cultural attractions in Eastern Massachusetts MEMBER MUSEUMS CONTACT A MUSEUM FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT US FEATURED MUSEUM SEARCH FOR MUSEUMS Search By Type Arts Science Nature History Culture Libraries Family

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  • Search Museums of Boston
    New England is the oldest largest and most comprehensive regional heritage organization in the nation Historic Newton Newton Historic Newton encourages the inquiry and exploration of Newton within the broad context of American history ICA Boston Located in a breathtaking waterfront building the ICA is Boston s destination for new art and ideas JFK Library and Museum Boston Dedicated to the memory of our nation s thirty fifth president Longyear Museum Chestnut Hill Longyear Museum is an independent historical museum about Mary Baker Eddy the Discoverer of Christian Science Mass Audubon Lincoln New England s largest conservation organization MIT Museum Cambridge The MIT Museum presents exhibitions and interactive programs for ages 10 up w an emphasis on robotics holography and current MIT research Museum of African American History Boston The Museum of African American History s Boston campus consists of two historic sites the African Meeting House and the Abiel Smith School and the 14 site Black Heritage Trail walking tour National Heritage Museum Lexington The Museum is dedicated to presenting changing exhibitions on topics in American history and popular culture New England Aquarium Boston Explore exhibits featuring thousands of aquatic animals from around the world including more than 80 penguins sharks sea turtles seals and more Nichols House Museum Boston The Nichols House Museum is open to the public as an historic house museum reflecting the domestic life of a typical family of Beacon Hill at the turn of the last century Old South Meeting House Boston Old South Meeting House is Boston s Sanctuary of Freedom the place where the original Boston Tea Party began Old State House Museum Boston Explore two floors of exciting treasures like real tea from the Boston Tea Party Paul Revere House Boston The home of legendary patriot Paul Revere where he began

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  • Contact a Museum: Museums of Boston
    478 3100 JFK Library and Museum 617 514 1600 866 JFK 1960 toll free phone number Longyear Museum 617 278 9000 800 277 8943 toll free phone number Mass Audubon 781 259 9500 800 AUDUBON toll free phone number MIT Museum 617 253 5927 Museum of African American History 617 725 0022 National Heritage Museum 781 861 6559 New England Aquarium 617 973 5200 Nichols House Museum 617 227 6993

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  • Frequently Asked Questions: Museums of Boston
    is an organization composed solely of representatives from member museums and does not have its own administration How do I contact Museums of Boston If you need information about a particular museum please contact the museum directly Only inquiries about Museums of Boston membership activities and this website should be directed to Museums of Boston How can I take this list of Museums with me You can download a copy

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  • About Us: Museums of Boston
    Greater Boston Our membership includes over forty museums and other cultural attractions throughout the Greater Boston area You can use our search page to find a particular kind of museum or to find all of the places you can visit in one area For questions about events hours and other details specific to an individual museum contact the museum directly Museums of Boston welcomes inquiries about how your museum or

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  • Search Museums of Boston
    is the oldest largest and most comprehensive regional heritage organization in the nation Historic Newton Newton Historic Newton encourages the inquiry and exploration of Newton within the broad context of American history ICA Boston Located in a breathtaking waterfront building the ICA is Boston s destination for new art and ideas JFK Library and Museum Boston Dedicated to the memory of our nation s thirty fifth president Longyear Museum Chestnut Hill Longyear Museum is an independent historical museum about Mary Baker Eddy the Discoverer of Christian Science Mass Audubon Lincoln New England s largest conservation organization MIT Museum Cambridge The MIT Museum presents exhibitions and interactive programs for ages 10 up w an emphasis on robotics holography and current MIT research Museum of African American History Boston The Museum of African American History s Boston campus consists of two historic sites the African Meeting House and the Abiel Smith School and the 14 site Black Heritage Trail walking tour National Heritage Museum Lexington The Museum is dedicated to presenting changing exhibitions on topics in American history and popular culture New England Aquarium Boston Explore exhibits featuring thousands of aquatic animals from around the world including more than 80 penguins sharks sea turtles seals and more Nichols House Museum Boston The Nichols House Museum is open to the public as an historic house museum reflecting the domestic life of a typical family of Beacon Hill at the turn of the last century Old South Meeting House Boston Old South Meeting House is Boston s Sanctuary of Freedom the place where the original Boston Tea Party began Old State House Museum Boston Explore two floors of exciting treasures like real tea from the Boston Tea Party Paul Revere House Boston The home of legendary patriot Paul Revere where he began the famous

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  • Museums of Boston Member Profile
    art science and history of textiles See how textiles are changing your world and influencing your daily life from protective clothing for firefighters and soldiers to high tech shark skin suits for Olympic swimmers Try on a glove designed for the NASA space program Be amazed at how many of the clothes you wear are made of wood crude oil or plastic soda bottles Enjoy special exhibitions on a wide array of textile topics and experience family friendly interactive centers for hands on fiber arts for all ages Features Family friendly interactive centers Hands on classes for all ages Special exhibits on a wide array of textile topics New interactive permanent exhibition Textile Revolution An Exploration Through Space and Time Museum store with unique textile gifts Directions Easily accessible via Route I 495 North or South to exit 35C the Lowell Connector Follow the Connector to exit 5B Thorndike Street Go through four traffic signals and look for the Museum immediately on the left Turn left into the Museum parking lot Free parking is available in the Museum s lot View Larger Map Hours Wednesday Sunday 10am 5pm Closed on holidays Admission Free for Museum members children under 6 8

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