Quaint cobbled streets, a concentration of historic sites (and pubs), a fine selection of museums and proximity to major universities (and rural retreats) make Boston the destination of choice for those after culture, class and clam chowder.
Boston's Museum of Science gives visitors of all ages the chance to learn more about science and technology, from the birds (on an interactive tour of Acadia National Park) and the bees (courtesy of a giant glass-protected hive) to biotechnology and engineering. A range of hands-on and interactive exhibits make education downright enjoyable as well as memorable. Catch a show in the associated IMAX theater, a star-studded cast in the Planetarium, a larger than life performance in the 3-D Digital Cinema or a live science presentation as part of your visit.
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