Come Visit Boston
Boston is home to some of the best museums in the country and maybe even the world. The rich history combined with its avid art collectors, scientists, and history buffs give the museums here something a little extra. Here are some of the museums you should take a look at if you get the chance while you’re in Boston.
Museum of Fine Arts – The museum of fine arts is located in the center of Boston and always has the most exhilarating exhibits around. They are all very eclectic and range from the rather weird, to romantic and educational. It features a beautiful blend of all different types of art from photography, sculpture, and oil painting. At this museum, you can find anything from 4000 BC to modern day.
Museum of Science – The museum of science is truly a place for the whole family, anyone from 0-99 can appreciate and love this museum the way the Bostonians can. The museum features an onsite planetarium as well as an IMAX movie theatre which can make educational videos seem much more exciting. The exhibits change often and are always featuring new and exciting educational exhibits. Reserve a Museum of Science shuttle with GO Boston Shuttle.
Harvard Museum of Natural History – This museum has frequently changing exhibits that really make you say ‘’wow.’’ All of the exhibits are based on the natural world and can be anything from mounted specimens to giant skeletons to an educational sector on climate change. The museum also offers classes for kids and families.
Institute of Contemporary Art – Nestled into Boston’s waterfront area, the Institute of Contemporary art is an absolute must see. The museum lets you explore the not frequently visited side of the brain. The museum’s collection contains items from Andy Warhol, Steve McQueen, and Shepard Fairey. The constantly changing exhibits can feature anything from interactive live performances to movement related galleries.
Boston Tea Party Ships Museum – The Boston Tea Party museum is the place where you go to re-live some of the most important American History. It features full-scale and restored 18th century ships. Come take a walk on the ships and see exactly how the Boston Tea Party happened. Along with the museum there is also Abigail’s Tea Room where you can eat and drink history inspired food and drink.
These are some of the museums in Boston that are the most influential to Boston and its people, if you’re planning a museum day call Go Boston Shuttle for all of your transportation needs.