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Boston Museums - When it comes to exploring the museums in Boston, you will find a variety of interesting locations to explore. Boston museums are known for presenting a wealth of culture and history that allows a tourist to truly view all of the great achievements and accomplishments associated with the city.

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Some of the Boston museums to consider paying a visit to when vacationing in the city includes the Larz Anderson Auto Museum on 15 Newton Street, as well as the Sports Museum of New England, which can be found at the infamous Fleet Center. Additional museums in Boston that have also gained a reputation for presenting the best includes Children's Museum and Computer Museum on 300 Congress St, as well as the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

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Larz Anderson Auto Museum
15 Newton Street
Boston, Massachusetts
Although this is viewed as a museum dedicated only to cars, it is also the Museum of Transportation. This Boston museum is positioned within Larz Anderson Park.


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Sports Museum of New England at the Fleet Center
150 Causeway St
Boston, Massachusetts
This sports heaven when it comes to stats and sports-related memorabilia. This museum is situated within the illustrious Fleet Center.


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Fog Art Museum
32 Quincy St
Boston, Massachusetts
Out of all the HUAM (Harvard University Art Museums) museums located throughout Boston, you will find that this is the most popular and oldest of the bunch. Many Impressionist works reside here, showcasing the works of Monet and Renoir.

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Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Ave
Boston, Massachusetts
Artifacts and art pieces from across the globe are situated within this museum. This is a great chance to catch up on all of the artists you hold near and dear to your heart. You might even find a few new talents to follow while you’re at it.

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Chase Gallery
129 Newbury St
Boston, Massachusetts
Contemporary works of art are highlighted at this impressive gallery. It is here where a host of abstract art displays greet tourists.


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Gallery NAGA
67 Newbury Street
Boston, Massachusetts
Numerous showings of paintings and furniture can be found at this location. It is the perfect chance to explore the ins and outs of contemporary New England.


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MIT Museum
265 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts
There are plenty of scientific wonders to explore when visiting this museum. Many flock to this site just to catch a glimpse at all of the onsite holograms.

Boston Interesting Facts

  • The Boston subway was America's first, built in 1897.
  • Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, first
  • demonstrated it in Boston in 1876.
  • Massachusetts has the lowest divorce rate in America with 2.3 divorces per 1000 people.
  • The first lighthouse was built in Boston Harbor in 1716.
  • Basketball was invented by James Naismith in 1891.
  • Clarence Birdseye invented frozen foods in Gloucester in 1925.
  • Boston Common was the nation's first public park, established in 1634.
  • The first sewing machine was built in Boston in 1845.
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