Boston has over 40 different museums so choosing which ones to visit may cause you a headache. With the 40+ Greater Boston museums, you can narrow down your search by asking yourself what is it that you want to see and explore. There are art museums, History museums, culture museums, library museums, science & nature museums, and family-oriented museums.
Boston Arts museums
For Arts museums, you can choose from Fuller Craft, Davis, Danforth, Peabody Essex or Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. There are also American Textile History Museum, Harvard’s Art Museum, Institute for the Contemporary Art and the Museum of Fine Arts.
History, Library and Culture museums
For History, Library and Culture museums, there are lots to choose from. Some of the museums of this kind are the Concord Museum, Battleship Cove, Longyear Museum, Mary Baker Eddy Library, Hull Lifesaving Museum, National Heritage Museum and Vilna Shui.
Boston Science and Nature museums
For Science and Nature Boston museums, you can go to the Discovery Museums or at the MIT Museum. There is the Museum of Science, the Stone Zoo, the Franklin Park Zoo, and the New England Aquarium.
Boston Children’s Museums
For a Family-oriented Boston travel, there is the Boston Children’s Museum, the Peabody Essex, Discovery, Children’s Museum as well as the USS Constitution Museum. Harvard’s museum for natural history is also a great place to go with your whole family.
Visiting an amazing museum is really great for the family. The Boston museums have large collections and you won’t easily get bored with what they have on display. There are also exhibits from time to time so make sure to get a head’s up when a new exhibit is in town.
It’s great to learn something new and it’s not just the kids who should make new discoveries and learn new things. No matter how old you are, you will surely learn a thing or two on your every travel to the Boston museum.