M.I.T. Museum

★★★★☆
42.3439 -71.0863
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265 Massachusetts Ave N52-200

Boston, MA

02115

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This is one of the hidden secrets of Boston. I went on a date here and we hung out in their planetarium, which was very romantic. It is also very cheap and free if you are a student. I actually prefer this museum to the boston science museum. Easy to get to on the redline.

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This is one of the hidden secrets of Boston. I went on a date here and we hung out in their planetarium, which was very romantic. It is also very cheap and free if you are a student. I actually prefer this museum to the boston science museum. Easy to get to on the redline.

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CONS: no parking

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The M.I.T. Museum is my personal favorite museum. The epitome of community gems, I went on a school trip, and was completely blown away. The exhibits in movement, holographics, robotics, light and sound, photography, and other scientific subjects blew me away. It is a total blast, interactive, and definitely worth the trip. DEFINITELY go at least once if you're in Boston.

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The M.I.T. Museum is my personal favorite museum. The epitome of community gems, I went on a school trip, and was completely blown away. The exhibits in movement, holographics, robotics, light and sound, photography, and other scientific subjects blew me away. It is a total blast, interactive, and definitely worth the trip. DEFINITELY go at least once if you're in Boston.

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This little gem often exhibits art that is technologically based such as light sculptures of kinetic art. Has a great photo display of Harold 'Doc' Edgerton's work. For those who don't know who he is---he invented the strobe light among other things. Here you can buy prints of his early work with strobe light photography --- bullets passing through apples, or a drop of milk falling into a saucer. The gift shop provides a fun place to pick up a science based toy or book. Also, this museum is only a few blocks from the original Toscanini's ice cream store---so it's easy to make a nice afternoon out of the two stops!

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★★★★☆

This little gem often exhibits art that is technologically based such as light sculptures of kinetic art. Has a great photo display of Harold 'Doc' Edgerton's work. For those who don't know who he is---he invented the strobe light among other things. Here you can buy prints of his early work with strobe light photography --- bullets passing through apples, or a drop of milk falling into a saucer. The gift shop provides a fun place to pick up a science based toy or book. Also, this museum is only a few blocks from the original Toscanini's ice cream store---so it's easy to make a nice afternoon out of the two stops!

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