Museums in Everett


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  • Museum of Bad Art
    Art is generally subjective...but not the works of art at MOBA, which, by their very inclusion in the collection, must be regarded as objectively awful. The collection includes approximately 600 pieces scattered across three Boston-area locations, including the original gallery, located in a movie theater—specifically right outside the men’s room.
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    55 Davis Square
    Somerville, MA US
  • Harvard Semitic Museum
    Founded in 1866, the Peabody Museum is one of the oldest anthropological museums in the world, with an in-depth collection of artifacts spanning prehistory to present. You'll learn about the evolution of cultures through a variety of current exhibits. Head into the Pacific Islands Hall to find carvings, shields, and shadow puppets from Hawaii, Micronesia, and other islands, and get a dose of colonial life in the early Harvard Yard with Digging Veritas, where you can scope out framed papyrus LSAT scores. The Wiyohpiyata display treats guests to distinct scents, motions, ambient sounds, and more to evoke the character of original 19th-century Lakota drawings collected at Little Big Horn. Your Groupon also affords you admission to the nearby Harvard Museum of National History, where muzzled opera singers can get a glimpse of the famed Glass Flowers exhibit, a collection of more than 3,000 highly realistic glass-blown models of flowers and plants.
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    11 Divinity Ave
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Harvard Museum of Natural History
    Question recent visitors to the Harvard Museum of Natural History Museum about their favorite exhibit, and you’ll get a different answer every time. Some might gush about the 42-foot-long Kronosaurus skeleton, whereas others may fancy the 1,600-pound amethyst geode. But nearly everyone will mention the collection of 3,000 glass flowers, which are world-renowned for their accuracy and intricacy.
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    26 Oxford St
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
    The 15th-century style Venetian palazzo known as the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is most famous for its historic art and contemporary collection – or infamous, perhaps, for its 1990 heist – but there are many beautiful sculptures, manuscripts and pieces of furniture that are also on display. Named after an American woman who loved the arts, the museum added a new wing in 2012 behind the main building that hosts live musical performances, prominent exhibits, concerts at Calderwood Hall and even two artists-in-resident apartments. The indoor courtyard, which has a spectacular year-round garden of flowering jade trees, summer blues hydrangeas and midwinter tropics flowers, is made even more beautiful when decorated for the holidays.
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    280 Fenway
    Boston, MA US
  • Museum of Science
    One word best describes the Museum of Science: interactive. Hundreds of attractions invite you to get involved, from live science presentations to the Butterfly Garden—a tropical oasis where butterflies flutter freely and caterpillars transform before your eyes. There’s also a 4D theater that combines 3D visuals with in-theater special effects such as wind and snow.
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    1 Science Park
    Boston, MA US
  • Museum of Fine Arts Boston
    Every year, more than one million people visit the Museum of Fine Arts, where nearly 450,000 works tell the tale of human creativity. The collection’s tally received a large boost in 2010, when the Museum installed the Americas Wing as part of its historic expansion. This massive four-level space showcases North, South, and Central American art created over three millennia.
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    465 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA US

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