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Just imagine getting up close and personal with a 65-million-year-old Triceratops fossil, witnessing an indoor lightning storm in the iconic Theater of Electricity, walking among butterflies, or taking a journey inside the human body! While you are...more
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Our family loves the Museum of Science. We recommenced getting a membership if you live in the area, too many families rush through trying to see it all in one day but with a membership you feel comfortable staying in an exhibit until you feel...More
Being really cold outside and having a couple of hours to kill we headed for the science museum with my 15 year old. Not only is the museum situated beautifully by the water but mostly the exhibitions and the information level high and with good...More
We just went to the Planetarium which we booked the day before. It was something we had been trying to book weeks before our trip to Boston but was not successful at doing so on their web site. I found their web site difficult to...More
My husband and I were visiting our daughter and her family last week and we went to the Museum of Science on Saturday. The best exhibit for us was the Space Exhibit. There is simulated space capsule and it was so good we were dizzy...More
My family and I were in the Boston area for Thanksgiving week seeing the sights. We left this museum for our last day thinking that we would have enough time to get through the place before out 3:10 pm flight out. We were wrong.
The Museum of Science is a wonderful place to take children, particularly on an inclement day. There are many great exhibits on the human body, math, space, nature, electricity, dinosaurs, etc. They also have hourly presentations, such as lightning, space, science magic, and live animals....More
We took the family to the museum. Ages were from 13-22. Not an inexpensive adventure. Abou $ 48 per person. A lot of interactive exhibits but best for 6-11 year olds . I was not feeling like I ever have to go back😯