Sightseeing in Brookline Village


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  • The Clayroom - NEW
    The Brookline Clayroom is a popular paint-your-own-pottery studio for people of all ages. They welcome newborns for adorable hand and footprint pieces, along with children and adults. After picking out a pottery piece?anything from a cereal bowl to a sushi plate to a butter dish, you?ll be given instructions and a wide range of colors to choose from. All of our paint is non-toxic, water-soluble, and safe for kids?it comes out in the wash. The result is a fully-functional work of art that is microwavable and food- and dishwasher-safe. Throughout the process, helpful staff are always available to guide patrons and offer help and advice. The studio kicks open its doors for birthday parties, corporate functions, bachelorette parties, and even baby showers?and hosts weekly events such as Pizza Night and Half-Price Studio Fee Night.
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    1408 Beacon St.
    Brookline, MA US
  • The Haven
    The only Scottish restaurant/bar in Boston serving authentic and modern takes on Scottish cuisine. With live music and fun late night menu.
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    2 Perkins Street
    Boston, MA US
  • Boston Wine School
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    1354 Commonwealth Ave
    Boston, MA US
  • Larz Anderson Auto Museum
    America’s oldest car collection is stowed away inside an exquisite mansion built to resemble the French Château de Chaumont-sur-Loire. A vehicular hot spot for the car-collecting community, the 75-year-old museum showcases dazzling exhibits, such as Britain Can Make It: Postwar Progress through Determination, Innovation & Exportation, conducts educational programs and lectures, and maintains a viewable fleet of carefully maintained machines. Cars on display range from 1920s cruisers to modern Formula One racers. Additionally, museum members have access to all lawn event car shows from May through October. The museum will be closed from April 15 through mid-May to prepare for a new exhibit.
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    15 Newton St.
    Brookline, MA US
  • My Art Boston
    With all the history and beauty that art museums have to offer, it can sometimes be hard to understand such a wide range of masterpieces without a degree in art history. Luckily, My Art Boston sends you into museums with someone who does have one. Founder Christina McCollum leads private tours around the Museum of Fine Arts, heightening the experience with knowledge from her graduate degree in art history and B.A. in Fine Art from New York University. Her tours are more than just lectures on the artists and their styles, though. She creates custom experiences designed to reflect her clients? favorite works and periods. Tours might explore modern, American, or impressionist art, or weave through the highlights of the Asian art wing. Or, on family outings, groups can dissect the paintings and sculptures that get kids excited about art with scavenger hunts or attempts to bring the museum?s subjects to life.
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    865 Centre St Apt 1R
    Jamaica Plain, MA US
  • Warren Anatomical Museum
    Located within the Harvard Medical School Countway Library of Medicine, this collection is made up of 15,000 unusual anatomical specimens. Highlights include a plaster cast of a seven-fingered hand, the skeleton of a set of conjoined twins, and the skull of Phineas Gage, who somehow lived quite normally despite having the left side of his brain destroyed by a railroad rod.
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    10 Shattuck St
    Boston, MA US
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