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The Whale Center of New England opens its doors on Saturday, April 15, 2017, for the first time in more than a decade.
Families and children of all ages can enjoy hours of fun and education offered by the Boston Harbor Museum of Natural History and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Rowing educates young people about their maritime history and trains a group of voters who care about the maritime history of Boston Harbor. The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum and Art is dedicated to outstanding collections, exhibitions and educational programs. It is now the largest collection of individual museums in the United States dedicated not only to collecting, preserving and exhibiting art, but also to preserving and preserving New England's maritime heritage.
If you're planning on visiting the Boston Museum, be sure to check out your local library for discounts, coupons and free tickets. The ancient city of Antioch is home to some of the world's most important archaeological sites and ancient civilizations. Take a trip to Antioch, the oldest city in the Middle East and birthplace of Jesus Christ.
The museum has catalogued the artifacts and will be exhibiting an exhibition in the summer of 2021, with lectures on the importance of these historical pages.
The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History has an impressive collection of natural history, art and history, past and present. Housed in the old Easton, MA Fire Station, the museum features Jeremiah Lee and features interactive art and science exhibits that children and families can explore together. Take a tour and let yourself be guided through rooms filled with all the wonderful things of the natural world of Nantucket.
The scene at the Boston Art Museum is quite robust, including the Boston Museum of Natural History and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The early works of photography in the museum reflect the changing environmental attitudes of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Springfields Science Museum houses the world's largest collection of natural history, art and science exhibits, a living museum of science and technology and an interactive exhibition on the history of astronomy.
The Historical Society and the Museum Martha's Vineyard's Vineyard, founded in 1922, are dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Martha's Vineyards. It embodies the historical and cultural resources associated with New Bedford, where the rich history and culture of the region and its people is evident. The Main Library of NewBedford, MA has significant historical holdings, including the first public library in the United States and the world, as well as the largest collection of materials on the history and art of our region, both in terms of collections and exhibitions.
The Museum of Fine Arts is one of the largest collections of fine arts in the United States and the world. The collection includes nearly 450,000 artworks and houses the List Center, which hosts exhibitions, educational programs and special events such as the annual New Bedford Art Festival.
The Museum Pass gives visitors access to more than a dozen locations, including, from September through June only, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Boston Public Library and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, to name a few. It's great to experience the art, but most metro cities and libraries in the area offer the opportunity to visit some of the best museums and attractions in the region for free. Boston has a number of great museums, galleries and other cultural attractions, including the National Gallery of Art and Boston College.
The Rose Museum at Brandeis University is dedicated to 20th and 21st century art with changing exhibitions, galleries and galleries from all over the world. The Harvard Art Museum consists of three different museums and has the largest collection of contemporary art in the United States and one of the most diverse collections of its kind in America.
The Blue Hills Trailside Museum is managed by the Massachusetts Audubon Society and houses one of the largest collections of birds in the United States. Boston National Historical Park includes historic sites that are privately, publicly owned, and operated by the Boston Public Library, Boston Museum of Natural History, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Boston College.
This boatshop is the only museum dedicated to wooden boat building in the United States. A newer addition to the museum is a 1960 Crosby Striper fishing boat, and the boat shops represent one of the largest collections of wooden boats in America and the world.
The Higgins Armory Museum was transferred to the Worcester Art Museum in January 2014, but the museum has one of the originals. Life Savers, which were stationed on Cape Cod from 1872 to 1915, are kept in the collection of the Higgins Museum - a replica of their ship, the USS Higgins. It is the only museum of its kind in America and was featured on the museum's website as part of a series of exhibits about the life and work of Captain Higgins and his crew.