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Museum of Science

Category: Monuments + Museums + Science

off Cambridge St, Boston, MA 2110


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Museum of Science - Reviews from across the web

Amazing! - user review
it was amazing you have so many choices and there is some great food to eat too. We explored all of it and it took us most of the day. my dad had a pass so we got in free so v...

Just OK I had thought it was going to wow me - user review
Maybe it's because everyone kept telling me you'll love it that I was a little dissappointed. My son did love the Star Wars Exhibit but we were told that once you left the exhibit you c...

Dated and Expensive but ok. - user review
the Museum of Science is terribly expensive. It costs to park there---best bet is to take the T (Green Line: Science Park). I agree with the reviewers who say that it needs updating...

Worst Easter Brunch Ever - user review
This was an Easter Brunch catered by Wolfgang Puck in the Skyline Room, upper floor of the Museum of Science. Cost $49 per person and it was absolutely terrible. Very little selection, and ...

A huge letdown: expensive, run down, kids bored!!! - user review
My kids (10 and 13) have never been to Boston. We decided to take a day trip and to do some interesting things in the city, but we decided to make the museum one of the big attractions...

we will be backkkkkkkkkk - user review
i think this place is so terrific , before we left we said we will be back again and again . so massive will need that long to tour it . fun educational and opened my eyes to ma...

great - user review
it was just amazing even the kids loved it .the hotel rooms were very cozy. the service was very good i did not see one spike of dust. and the restraunts their their...

48 Hours In Boston - expert review
The city where the fight for American independence began is a historic, lively, cosmopolitan destination. It's also easily navigable on foot, making it the perfect place for a short break. Jonathan T...

not a great museum - user review
This is a great museum for little kids, but anyone older than 15 would not like this place. The Omni theater is great, but otherwise the museum is boring and doesnt even have...

Don't go on the weekend!!! - user review
My husband and I went to see the exhibit Body World:2 yesterday. Id heard great things about this exhibit, and from the little I could see, it looked like it was fascinatin...

a fun experience - user review
The Butterflies were everyone's favorites. The museum offers lot's of hands on activities which keeps you wanting more. Very nice for 1st through 4th grade exhibits. Be carefull at t...

Museum of Science | Museum/Attraction Review | Boston | Frommers.com - expert review
For the ultimate pain-free educational experience, head to the Museum of Science. The demonstrations, experiments, and interactive displays introduce facts and concepts so effortlessly that everyone winds up learning something. Take a couple of hours or a whole day to explore the permanent and tempo...

Rundown, out-of-date, not worth the money - user review
Seriously, don't waste your money at this place. Not only is it overpriced for what little they have to offer, but the entire Museum is also severely run down and barely anything is ever ...

Save your money! - user review
After paying $64.00 admission for 3 children and myself (no student rates or AAA discounts), the exhibits were a grand disappointment. I had been there about 10 years ago, and not ...

So much to See - user review
The exhibits were awesome! I cant wait to go back and finish exploring the rest of the museum. The body world exhibit was really awesome and was totally worth going especia...

Time Well Spent - user review
We've been to better museums, but this was time well spent. I would recommend it more for the kids, and the shows are good too. Grab a schedule to shows when yo...

Museum of Science - user review
Disappointed. A bit run down, many exhibits did not work. Thought it would be more interesting than children's museum for my 10 and 8 year olds but it wasn't. The IMAX was good but the ...

Save your money! - user review
After paying $64.00 admission for 3 children and myself (no student rates or AAA discounts), a fortune to me, the exhibits were a grand disappointment. I had been there about 10 years ...

Best Place to Spend a Rainy Day In Boston - user review
The MOS simply rocks! They have all types of interactive exhibits in addition to the just look at it type of exhibits that inculde every aspect of science you can possibl...

Great but skip it if you don't have kids - user review
I actually really liked the Museum of Science. The attractions were interesting and captivated us all. However, it might be boring or unromantic for a parent without kids. The plac...

Not just for kids! - user review
The last time I visited MOS was some years back in my role as Mom. But, my visit several weeks ago was with my sister-in-law, without our sons (who are now in college), and we had a great...

Boston Mass museum of Science - user review
* It is so lively inside the Museum. * Everything is really interesting. * Every little detail catches your eye * it is so fun *It is really a fun place with a group ...

Museum of Science, Boston | Home
Using polarized light rather than traditional red/blue lens filters, the Museum's high-definition system offers audiences dramatically crisp images and an exciting presentation format to experience while...

There's something fishy in Boston Museum of Science, aquarium offer aquatic entertainment - EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA
The cinematographers also flew with Gannets, seagull-like birds with fearsome diving ability who regularly dine on sardines. The film explores the links between all of these species, as well as the human population of the wild coast, which also dines on local fish. Remove the sardines, change their ...

Museum of Science, Boston | Podcasts | Kicking Off the International Polar Year
March first marked the beginning of the International Polar Year, a world-wide scientific program focused on the Arctic and Antarctic regions. So this week, we'll talk to Chris Linder from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, who will be visiting some of these p...

Museum of Science, Boston | Promotions
Museum of Science members enjoy discounts on Boston Duck Tours! Offer varies for on- and off-peak times, so please be sure to read the details below. All offers are based on availability and may not be combined with other offers. Discount limited to the number of Exhibit Halls admissions permitted w...

Museum of Science - Boston, MA 02108
I expected it to be more touchy - feely. And much to my disappointment, a lot of the exhibits were more viewing, questions/answers type of things. Maybe it was due to the large number of kids running around and I didn't get to touch everything. I still feel though, that I did get to see everythi...

Museum of Science- Boston, MA - VirtualTourist.com
Some activities and exhibits focus on specific fields of interest, natural history with live animals, computers, the human body, while others take an interdisciplinary approaches. There you can find a 15-foot lightning bolts in the Theater of Electricity and a 20-foot-long Tyrannosaurus rex mode. Yo...

Museum of Science - Reviews and Ratings of Sights in Boston - New York Times Travel
[STSTST], which shows IMAX movies, is an intense experience, bombarding you with images on a five-story domed screen and digital sound. The engulfing sensations and steep pitch of the seating area will have you hanging on for dear life, whether the film is about Bengal tigers; the Nile; or volcanoes...

Museum of Science trims 10% of its 400 staffers - The Boston Globe
Museum president Ioannis Miaoulis said the layoffs were budget-driven only in part. At a Nov. 28 trustee meeting, the board was told that the museum was facing a potential $3 million deficit. Miaoulis said that he expects the museum to break even this year, thanks to transfers from reserve funds and...

Museum of Science - Boston Attractions | Priceline.com
"You don't have to be science-minded, just open-minded to enjoy" this "venerable" over-175-year-old "interactive" institution where the "eye-catching" exhibits – from the "musical piano steps" and "sensational kinetic sculptures" to t...

Solution Grove - Museum of Science - Boston
The Museum of Science, Boston, is expanding its educational offerings to include not just the informal (non-credit) courses offered through its Courses program, but a full spectrum of on-site, off-site, and on-line offerings, including for-credit courses, delivered to the general public, Museum of S...

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