Museum Of Science
This summer, museumgoers can rebel at the Boston Tea Party, see some of the most important ancient texts in history and come face to face with authentic samurai armor.
If you look closely over the next few nights, you may just catch a glimpse of the Comet Pan-Starrs.
This year, for women’s history month, Boston is celebrating women of all shapes, sizes and accomplishments, but particularly the innovative women in history.
Trim your list down to a reasonable number. If you have a large family and you usually buy a gift for everyone in the family, that can get very expensive.
This fall, several of Boston’s museums will feature new and wonderful exhibits. There are many of them to choose from, but whatever you do, don’t miss these.
By now, you’ve been to every beach, seen every summer movie and enjoyed more than your share of ice cream cones on sweltering summer nights.
State Police are sifting through items found on a man caught breaking into cars at the Museum of Science.
The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center awards $5 million each to the Museum of Science, and Joslin Diabetes Center.
Geckos: Tails to Toepads opens at the Museum of Science opens January 22, bringing in lots of lizards, along with photographs and interactive exhibits to teach visitors about all aspects of geckos.
Get a glimpse into ancient Roman life with an exhibit at the Museum of Science, A Day in Pompeii, which runs through February 12.