Museums in Fitchburg


Worcester Historical Museum Visit for Four, Six, or Eight (50% Off)

Worcester Historical Museum

Worcester Historical Museum

Library with 7,000 titles and exhibits with items such as Civil War–era diaries and colonial weapons highlight Worcester history

$20 $10

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Museum Admission and Memberships to Millyard Museum (Up to 46% Off). Four Options Available.

Millyard Museum

The Millyard

Learn about the history of Manchester, New Hampshire, formerly the home of the world’s largest textile company

$16 $9

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Four Full-Day Admissions or Annual Membership for Two at Griffin Photography Museum (Up to 51% Off)

Griffin Museum of Photography

Griffin Museum of Photography

Three galleries showcase up-and-coming photographers, in addition to well-known contemporary artists and celebrity photographers.

$28 $15

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Leave Winter Behind with Admission for One to Boston Children's Museum (Up to 29% Off). Two Options Available.

Boston Children’s Museum

Boston

The museum offers programs and exhibits that encourage hands-on learning, inspiring kids to use their imagination and creativity

$14 $10

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$23 for Admission for Two at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum ($30 Value)

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Boston

Explore a unique art collection spanning thousands of years inside a building that resembles a palace; new wing by architect Renzo Piano

$30 $23

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Admission or Membership to The Old State House - America's Revolutionary Museum (70% Off)

RevolutionaryBoston at the Old State House

Downtown

Experience the American Revolution through Revolutionary-era artifacts & live performances, then tour the Boston Massacre site out front

$20 $12

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Visit for Two, Four, or Six to the Museum of Work and Culture (Up to 48% Off)

Museum of Work and Culture

Museum of Work and Culture

Nine walk-through exhibits share the stories of the immigrants who traveled to Rhode Island in the late 19th century in search of prosperity

$16 $10

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  • Fitchburg Art Museum
    As a painter, Eleanor Norcross took Paris by storm with works exhibited in art capitals almost annually from 1866 until her death in 1923. She never lost her love for her hometown of Fitchburg, though. She always wanted to create a center of art and learning there, and, thanks to her will, she was able to do just that. Norcross bequeathed much of her fortune and personal art collection to start what became known as the Fitchburg Art Museum. Today, after recent renovations, the museum spans 20,000 square feet, collecting works spanning from ancient Egypt to 19th-century America. This impressive permanent collection is often supplemented by traveling or special exhibits, which choose Fitchburg as a destination during travels around the country and globe. The museum, too, makes an effort to entertain every kind of visitor. While some galleries simply feature paintings hanging on walls, others, such as the Egyptian collection, invite interaction, making them well-suited for families and school groups.
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    Fitchburg Art Museum
    Fitchburg, MA US
  • Top Fun Aviation Toy Museum
    The Top Fun Aviation Toy Museum holds quite the distinction: it's the first and only toy museum in the world solely dedicated to aviation-related toys. Its gargantuan selection of kid-friendly items aims to inspire youngsters to learn about the history of aviation. Size: intimate exhibit space host nearly 800 vintage and modern toys from around the world Eye Catcher: an airy exhibit space boasts a multicolor airplane command center and a model airport?complete with runway, planes, and travelers. Permanent Exhibit: historic tin flyers from Japan, Hungary, Germany, and the United States; a helicopter and an airplane constructed out of Dutch milk tins by children from Burkina Faso Don't Miss: puzzles and flight simulation games in the activity room
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    21 Prichard Street
    Fitchburg, MA US
  • Fruitlands Museums
    In 1843, Charles Lane and Amos Bronson Alcott—father to writer Louisa May Alcott—founded a utopian and transcendentalist community in the fields of Harvard. More than 70 years later, visionary Clara Endicott Sears was so moved by their experiment that she decided to establish a museum on the same site to preserve its history. Today, the Fruitlands Farmhouse stands as a testament to the original settlers’ ingenuity, which surfaced in their trailblazing thoughts on veganism, sustainable living, and harnessing moon beams to power home stereo equipment. Clara has incorporated the Shakers’ original office into Fruitlands, where it now shows off Shaker artwork and artifacts, many of which were donated by the Shakers themselves. Since then, the museum has also collected a curated assortment of more than 1,000 Native American artifacts, as well as a longhouse, dugout canoe, and traditional garden. The brains behind the museum are still innovating today, curating permanent additions such as an art gallery with Hudson River School Landscapes. In addition to organizing school field trips, the staff also hires experts to teach classes and workshops on sketching scenes from nature, painting watercolor landscapes, and constructing 3D sculptures.
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    102 Prospect Hill Rd
    Harvard, MA US
  • Museum of Russian Icons
    With the largest collection of Russian icons in North America, this museum gives its visitors a glimpse into an important part of Russian culture in play since the year 998. It houses more than 700 Russian artifacts, and also encompasses a research library and archive with a collection that spans six centuries. Onsite classes let interested parties delve even more deeply into the artifacts? context and history, and the three-story building?s elevators and other amenities render it fully accessible to patrons in wheelchairs and on unicycles. Today, the museum spans 16,000 square feet and includes an old mill building, though over the years it has expanded to encompass extra gallery space, a tea room, and a performance area dedicated to cross-cultural understanding.
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    203 Union St.
    Clinton, MA US
  • The Discovery Museums
    The Discovery Museums promotes children’s learning with creative, hands-on exhibits inside its Children’s Discovery Museum and Science Discovery Museum, both located on a single 4.5-acre campus. At the Children’s Discovery Museum, tykes age 0–6 explore themed rooms scattered throughout three floors of a historic Victorian house, which is guarded by ghostly 19th-century butlers. Young minds are stimulated as kids engineer a train track, explore the foliage of the Tree House room, and scramble over a shipwreck at the outdoor Bessie's Cove during warm weather.
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    177 Main Street
    Acton, MA US
  • Worcester Historical Museum
    The Worcester Historical Museum showcases local history with a library of 7,000 titles and exhibits full of artifacts such as Civil War?era diaries, colonial weapons, and antique textiles. The museum also hosts a number of temporary exhibitions, which have included students' artwork honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and stories from industry innovators, workers, and investors throughout Worcester's history.
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    30 Elm St
    Worcester, MA US

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