Master the Museums of Boston
Boston's marvelous museums are sprinkled throughout the city allowing visitors a chance to see a new section of Boston at each stop. Explore the Seaport in conjunction with a visit to the ICA, Back Bay with the Boston Public Library, or Fenway while spending time at the Museum of Fine Arts. Museums offer options that range from art to play making it necessary to devout more than just one day to sample the all that is offered by Boston's museums. There's a little something fro everyone at each of Boston's museums.
- Type: Zoos
- Neighborhood: Outside the City
The Berkshire Museum is more than just a museum it is an adventure that will appeal to visitors of all... Read more »
- Type: Attractions, Family Friendly, Historic Sites, History Museums, Museums, Sightseeing
- Neighborhood: Seaport District
Local Expert Tip: "Be prepared to be out in an hour; it's a perfect blip of history in a fun-filled day. Closed until 6/25/2012."
Local Expert Tip: "If you want a little more bang for your buck (adult admission is steep- $22 per person) buy a Boston CityPass, for $46 you get a 9 day window for admission to 5 of Boston's best museums. "
Local Expert Tip: "After a morning at the Museum, make your way around the corner to Flour for some of the best baked goods/sandwiches in the city. "
Local Expert Tip: "Book tickets to any of the shows or special exhibits in advance; they often sell-out."
Local Expert Tip: "Admission is free if your name is Isabella."
Local Expert Tip: "A visit to the library is free and has as much to offer as most art museums; pop in for a bit while in Boston's Back Bay."
Local Expert Tip: "Make the most of a visit here by enjoying it on a fair weather day. The Sculpture Park is a gorgeous place to spend a few hours."
Local Expert Tip: "When you've had your fill of what's inside, exit and enjoy the view from the Harborwalk; one of the city's best!"
Local Expert Tip: "The museum is free on Sunday mornings."
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