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  • Museums of Boston Member Profile
    Joseph P Kennedy Jr and learn how the ship s unmanned helicopter hunted Soviet submarines Or climb on board a high speed missile corvette that the Soviets designed to fight us Whether you re a die hard naval history buff or a casual enthusiast of military hardware you ll have much to discover at Battleship Cove Features 8 vessels 5 of which are National Historic Landmarks A growing aviation collection including a drone anti sub copter a Huey and a Cobra Programs for families students and teachers The beautifully restored 1920 Fall River Carousel Lunch in the Officers Wardroom on board USS Massachusetts Directions From the North Take I 93 South to 128 South Take Rte 24 South to Fall River take Exit 7 Rte 79 Take Davol St Exit follow signs to Battleship Cove From the South Take Rte 114N or 138N to Rte 24N At junction of Rte 24 and I 195W take left exit to Fall River Take Exit 5 before the Braga Bridge bear right at the first fork and right at first exit Take first left under the overpass onto Davol St Follow Davol St to a 4 way intersection Take a right onto Water

    Original URL path: http://www.museumsofboston.org/MuseumProfile.php?shortname=Battleship%20Cove (2016-05-02)
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    Japanese House The Japanese House is a real two story house from Kyoto Japan Boston s Japanese sister city Visitors can learn about Japanese family life culture art architecture and seasonal events at the exhibit Peep s World Peep s World recreates the world from the WGBH series Peep and the Big Wide World and teaches young children science skills Art Studio The Art Studio is a place where children

    Original URL path: http://www.museumsofboston.org/MuseumProfile.php?shortname=Boston%20Children%27s%20Museum (2016-05-02)
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    furniture silver clocks the famous 1775 Revere lantern Emerson s study and the desk on which Thoreau wrote Walden Visitors of all ages learn about the principles of freedom democracy economic interdependence and our cultural heritage through exhibitions school programs lectures and family activities Features The world s most comprehensive collection of artifacts associated with Henry D Thoreau including the humble desk on which he wrote the influential Walden and Civil Disobedience The Study of Ralph Waldo Emerson the great American spokesman for individualism and self reliance A nationally significant collection of Concord made furniture silver and clocks Directions The town of Concord is approximately 20 miles west of Boston The Concord Museum is located ¼ mile east of Concord Center at the intersection of Lexington Road and Cambridge Turnpike View Larger Map Hours April December Monday Saturday 9 5 Sunday 12 5 Open Sundays 9 5 in June July and August January March Monday Saturday 11 4 Sunday 1 4 Admission Members Free Adults 10 Seniors 62 over 8 Students 18 over with valid id 8 Children 6 17 5 Children under 6 Free Active Military with valid id Free Public Transportation Take the Red Line to Porter Square

    Original URL path: http://www.museumsofboston.org/MuseumProfile.php?shortname=Concord%20Museum (2016-05-02)
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    of expression Our mission strongly supports education the 400 yearly studio art courses offered in our Museum School family workshops and artist lectures offer our members and visitors numerous opportunities to learn and create Features Museum School Museum Gift Shop Permanent Collection of American Art from 18th century Present Day Directions From Boston Take the Mass Pike West to Exit 13 Framingham and Natick After toll booth bear right onto Route 30 West Continue on Route 30 about 1 mile and turn left onto Route 126 Concord St Continue about 1 mile and at Dunkin Donuts take a right onto Lincoln St Take your first left onto Pearl St The Danforth Museum of Art will be on your right Enter the parking lot before the stop sign at Union Ave From Worcester Take the Mass Pike east to exit 12 and make a right turn after the toll booth onto Route 9 East You ll come to a set of lights at Temple St with a strip mall and Friendly s on the right continue straight through on Route 9 another mile to the Framingham Edgell Rd exit At end of the ramp turn right at the light onto Main

    Original URL path: http://www.museumsofboston.org/MuseumProfile.php?shortname=Danforth%20Museum%20of%20Art (2016-05-02)
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    01773 781 259 8355 DeCordova s 35 acre campus offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience contemporary art in the Museum galleries and outdoors in the Park DeCordova s 35 acre campus offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience contemporary art in the Museum galleries and outdoors in the Park View Larger Map Hours Tuesday Sunday 10am 5pm Admission 12 adults 8 seniors and children 5 and under free HOME

    Original URL path: http://www.museumsofboston.org/MuseumProfile.php?shortname=deCordova (2016-05-02)
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    a free flight interactive exhibit home to hundreds or brightly colored budgies also known as grass parakeets It s an up close experience you don t want to miss Features Zoo New England s mission is to inspire people to protect and sustain the natural world for future generations by creating fun and engaging experience that integrate wildlife and conservation programs research and education Become a Member Members enjoy free admission to Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo for one full year Plus you can receive free or reduced admission to 140 zoos and aquariums nationwide To learn more visit www franklinparkzoo org or call 617 989 2076 Party at the Zoo Reunions parties corporate functions cause related events and weddings the Zoo offers a variety of unique indoor and outdoor spaces to help you create a memorable event For rental catering information call 617 989 2009 Education Opportunities From overnight adventures to classes to weekend workshops Zoo New England makes learning fun To learn about the wide range of on and off site programs for all ages visit www franklinparkzoo org or call 617 989 3742 Directions For directions please visit our website View Larger Map Hours Summer Hours

    Original URL path: http://www.museumsofboston.org/MuseumProfile.php?shortname=Franklin%20Park%20Zoo (2016-05-02)
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    region During your visit you can have a leisurely lunch in our café or browse in our shop Join us Features The very best in contemporary craft Lectures and workshops featuring world class artists Family activities for all ages Beautiful pondside location just minutes from route 128 One of a kind objects in the Shop Fuller Craft Directions Just minutes from Route 128 Take 24 south to exit 18B bear

    Original URL path: http://www.museumsofboston.org/MuseumProfile.php?shortname=Fuller%20Craft%20Museum (2016-05-02)
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    Plants The Garden was begun in 1931 by noted landscape architect Will Curtis Discover the Idea Garden Woodland Garden Lily Pond Habitat Displays Wildlife Garden Meadow Western Plant Collection Invasive Plant Jail Rain Garden and more The Garden Shop features a large collection of native plants garden tools books souvenirs clever clothing and bumper stickers Special events include Earth Day National Public Gardens Day Animal Ambassadors programs Fall Family Festival and more Guided walking tours are given Tuesday through Friday and holiday Mondays at 10am Weekends at 2pm Features Guided walking tours included in admission given at 10am Tuesday through Friday and holiday Mondays or weekends at 2pm Cart tours offered on weekday afternoons for those needing mobility assistance Garden Shop for native plants tools books gifts clothing and more open Tuesday through Sunday 9am 5pm Classes workshops and field trips offered newenglandwild org learn Largest collection of native plants in New England Directions From Boston or West Take Massachusetts Turnpike Exit 12 to Route 9 E go 2 4 miles to Edgell Road exit turn left at the lights at the top of the exit ramp onto Edgell Road Route 9 overpass go 2 1 miles to the traffic

    Original URL path: http://www.museumsofboston.org/MuseumProfile.php?shortname=Garden%20in%20the%20Woods (2016-05-02)
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