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At the mouth of the Charles River, with views of the Boston skyline, the Museum of Science is crowded with hands-on exhibits that demonstrate everything from biology to computers.Visit on a Friday evening after 5 pm to avoid the crowds.
With 15-foot lightning bolts in the Theater of Electricity and a 20-foot-long Tyrannosaurus rex model, this is just the place to ignite any child's scientific curiosity. Full review →
For the ultimate pain-free educational experience, head to the Museum of Science. Full review →
Favorites include the world’s largest lightning-bolt generator, a full-scale space capsule, a world population meter and a virtual fish tank. Full review →
A kaleidoscopic array of exhibits... features cutting-edge, interactive displays that encourage kids and adults to think. Full review →
At Boston’s most popular attraction, see lightning produced indoors by the world’s largest Van de Graaff generator Full review →
This extremely child-friendly museum is committed to providing an interactive and educational experience. Full review →
The Museum of Science is a compelling technology and science-based destination. Permanent exhibits study the weather, mathematics, bird species, dinosaurs, space and the human body, among... Full review →Make sure to visit the Theater of Electricity.