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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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Brought my family of four here (12 year old boy, 6 year old boy, and two adults) last Thursday, Oct 3rd during our trip to Boston. The museum itself is beautiful and easy to access via walking. You could easily stay an entire day here....More
Lots and lots to get through. We are a couple but I imagine those with kids could pass a whole day here with trying out all the exhibits.
Some areas were a little dated, and I thought overall it was a little overpriced, but still...More
Went to see the body works and cycle of life exhibits. Really interesting and informative a mix of items in showcases with information labels to read. Short video to watch by the creator which was interesting to understand the process of creating the exhibits.
I have always loved this museum and this time I came with my husband to show him around. We saw an IMAX film which was amazing. The next day we saw the Body Works exhibit which was unbelievable. That was on my bucket list so...More
We saw Body Worlds at MOS in Boston when it first came around, many years ago, so when we had a chance to see it again, we jumped at it. My son is at university now, and we have always loved the museum, so it...More
My 12 year old and I thoroughly enjoyed the Museum, I was surprised that there were so many interactive things to do and fun for adults and children. We could have spent all day here because there was so much to do, don't miss the...More
To be honest we went on a busy Friday morning and it wasn’t that bad. If I were to do it again I would shoot for middle of the week and try to be there an hour after opening to avoid the lines. That plenty of parking that... More
To be honest we went on a busy Friday morning and it wasn’t that bad. If I were to do it again I would shoot for middle of the week and try to be there an hour after opening to avoid the lines. That plenty of parking that connects to the museum.