Paul Revere House
19 North Square (617)523-2338
Built in the 1600s, the historical home of Paul Revere
Seasonal hours. Call first.
The Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum
In Ft. Point Channel (617)338-1773
Features a reenactment of the famous
historical Boston Tea Party.
Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Ave.
Incredible Monet exhibit and wonderful Asian collection.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
280 The Fenway (near the Fine Arts Museum) (617)566-1401
Wonderful collection of renaissance works Renoirs and realists.
The Photographic Resource Center
602 Commonwealth Ave. (near Kenmore Square) (617)353-0700
Amazing photo displays of a wide variety of subjects.
John F. Kennedy Library and Museum
Next to the University Of Massachusetts,
in Dorchester, MA.
Institute of Contemporary Art
955 Boylston Street, Back Bay (617)266-5152
One of the original 20th Century art museums
The Computer Museum
300 Congress Street (617)423-6758
Dedicated to the history of computing. Many interactive exhibits
and a look at the future of computers.
The USS Constitution (Old Ironsides)
Located in Navy Yard. (617)426-1812 (Museum)
This legendary battleship is the oldest still in existence.
Museum of Afro-American History
46 Joy Street, Beacon Hill (617)742-1854
Located in the African Meeting House, this museum
contains many exhibits relating to
Boston's African American History.
Museum of Science
Located in Science Park near the Charles River Locks (617)723-2500
Fascinating interactive museum which features the Planetarium and Omnimax Theater.
Call 24 hours in advance for tickets to the Omnimax Theater showings.
Combination tickets to exhibit halls and Planetarium/Omnimax Theater
The New England Aquarium
On Atlantic Avenue (behind Faneuil Hall) (617)973-5200
Outstanding aquarium displays. Most noted for penguin habitat.
Seasonal hours vary. Call for hours of admittance.
Harvard University Art Museums:
(Harvard University Museums)
26 Oxford Street
Wonderful museum which includes dioramas of Mayan Temples and impressive dinosaur bones.
The Arthur M. Sackler Museum
An impressive display of ancient Roman, Egyptian and Islamic antiquities, as well as traveling exhibits.
32 Quincy Street (near Harvard Yard)
Art from the Middle Ages until the present.
The Busch-Reisinger Museum
32 Quincy Street
This museum features the art of German-speaking Europe.
Worcester Art Museum