Museums in Revere, MA


Admission for Two or Four or One-Year Individual or Family Membership to JFK Hyannis Museum (Up to 27% Off)

JFK Hyannis Museum Foundation

Barnstable Town

Exhibits explore the personal and political lives of John F. Kennedy, America’s 35th President

$30 $22

Admission for Two or Four to Cape Cod Children's Museum (34% Off)

Cape Cod Children's Museum

Boston

More than 20 interactive exhibits include a tree house, music room, and pirate ship

$32 $21

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Visit for 2, 4, 6, 8, or 10 (Up to 57% Off)

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

South End

40,000-sq.-ft. basketball haven houses shrines to more than 300 Hall of Famers, 70+ interactive exhibits, and a full-size court for practice

$46 $22

Admission for Two or Four to Body Worlds Vital at Rhode Island Convention Center (Up to 37% Off)

Body Worlds Vital at Rhode Island Convention Center

Providence Museum Gallery at Rhode Island Convention Center

More than 200 authentic human specimens give spectators a look at organs, muscles, and blood vessels at Rhode Island Convention Center

$19.50 $12.50

Admission for Two or Four to the National Museum of American Illustration in Newport (Up to 49% Off)

National Museum of American Illustration

Newport

Housed in a French chateau–style mansion, the museum showcases the work of more than 150 American illustrators, including Norman Rockwell

$36 $19

Fuller Craft Museum Visit for Two (25% Off)

Fuller Craft Museum

Brockton

Rotating, eclectic exhibits of drawing, sculpture, and other art and functional craft forms

$20 $15

Visit for Two or Four or Individual or Family Membership at Cape Cod Museum of Art (Up to 47% Off)

Cape Cod Museum of Art

Dennis

Galleries highlight art from Cape Cod and the islands, from pastel-colored impressionist landscapes to bold abstract expressionist canvases

$36 $20

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

Griffin Museum of Photography

Winchester Town Center

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

$28 $15

Admission at Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium (Up to 45% Off). Four Options Available.

Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium

St. Johnsbury

Eclectic museum and planetarium instills wonder in the natural world with hands-on exhibits, dioramas, and planetarium shows

$30 $17

Two Adult Tickets with Option for Two Children Tickets to the American Independence Museum (39% Off)

American Independence Museum

Exeter

View a Dunlap Broadside of the Declaration of Independence as well as historic furnishings, textiles, and military ephemera

$12 $7.50

Admission for Two, Four, or Six to the New Hampshire Telephone Museum (Up to 40% Off)

New Hampshire Telephone Museum

Newport

Chart the history of the telephone from the moment of its invention through the smart phone-era of today

$10 $7

Museum Admission and Memberships to Millyard Museum (Up to 42% Off). Four Options Available.

Millyard Museum

Mill No. 3

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

$30 $18

"Huzzah! Tavern Nights"

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Downtown

$45 $39

1-Year Individual or Family Membership to Longyear Museum (Up to 46% Off)

Longyear Museum

Chestnut Hill

Collection includes 8 historic houses in Massachusetts & New Hampshire; focuses on life of Mary Baker Eddy, who founded Christian Science

$35 $19

Individual or Family Membership to The Museum of Old Newbury (Up to 38% Off)

The Museum of Old Newbury

Newburyport

Use your membership to visit the Museum grounds and library, and get discounts on gifts and special programming

$30 $20

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

1.5- or 3-Hour Private Sail for Up to Six with Membership to Cape Cod Maritime Museum (Up to 55% Off)

Cape Cod Maritime Museum

Barnstable Town

Sail off Cape Cod on the Sarah, an 1886 Crosby catboat replica; receive unlimited admission to the maritime museum for one year

$345 $159

Admission for One to RISE of the Jack O'Lanterns (Up to 31% Off). Four Dates Available.

RISE of the Jack O'Lanterns

RISE of the Jack O'Lanterns - Boston

More than 5,000 jack o’lanterns hand-carved with designs such as superheroes and sports figures light up a family-friendly trail

$26 $18

Charles River Sightseeing Tour for One or Two from Charles Riverboat Company (Up to 46% Off)

Charles Riverboat Company

Cambridgeside Galleria Mall

Captain and crew lead river sightseeing tours past Harvard, Fenway Park, and historic sights along Charles River

$18.50 $11

Super Duck Tour for an Adult, Child 3–11, or Child Under 3 from Boston Super Tours (Up to 26% Off)

Boston Super Tours

Redeem Online: Departure for Super Duck Tours Only

See the city by land and sea during an amphibious Duck tour

$21.90 $16.50

$17 for Admission for Two at The Butterfly Place (Up to $25 Value)

The Butterfly Place

Westford

Get up-close views of colorful butterflies as they flutter and sip nectar from vibrant plants growing in the indoor atrium

$25 $17

$29 for a Whale-Watching Cruise from Cape Ann Whale Watch (Up to $48 Value)

Cape Ann Whale Watch

Gloucester

View humpback and fin whales as they feed and play within close range of the 115 ft. boat, Hurricane II; valid all season long

$48 $29

Whale-Watching Excursion for One or Two from Capt. Bill and Sons Whale Watch (Up to 44% Off)

Capt. Bill & Sons Whale Watch

Gloucester

A family of experts shares tips on spotting humpback and minke whales—as well as dolphins and seals—during three- to four-hour outings

$48 $28

Nature Experience for One or Two at Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves (34% Off)

Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves

North Woodstock - New Hampshire

Explore granite formations, boulder caves, and spectacular waterfalls in a breathtaking region formed by wind, water, and time

$38 $25

Whale-Watching Trip for One or Two from 7 Seas Whale Watch (Up to 43% Off)

7 Seas Whale Watch

7 Seas Whale Watch

Featured on Discovery Channel and in “National Geographic,” boat tours offer the chance to spot whales and also seals and dolphins

$48 $29

Walking Tour for Two or Four from Salem Heritage Tours (50% Off)

Salem Heritage Tours

Salem Heritage Tours

Experienced guides lead visitors on a tour of some of Salem’s most historic sites, including the Witch Trial Memorial

$24 $12

Visit to Exotic Animal Rescue Center and Wildlife Show for Two or Four at Animal Adventures (Up to 43% Off)

Animal Adventures

Bolton

Exotic animals rescued from neglect or abandonment interact with guests during self-guided tours & live animal shows led by wildlife experts

$28 $17

90-Minute Tour of Salem Sound for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Kids from Sea Shuttle (Up to 41% Off)

Sea Shuttle

Sea Shuttle

Tourists can choose to debark at Great Misery Island for hiking or stay onboard the catamaran for a 90-minute tour of the Salem Sound

$86 $51

Sunset Harbor Cruise for Two from Boston Green Cruises (Up to 50% Off). Morning and Afternoon Also Available.

Boston Green Cruises

Boston Green Cruises

Low and zero emission boats carry small groups that glides quietly past famed Boston landmarks during one-hour cruises

$56 $28

Wine Tasting with Wine Glasses, Cheese Platter, and 15% off Wine for Two or Four at Sweet Baby Vineyard (Up to 52% Off)

Sweet Baby Vineyard

Hampstead

Sip six samples of wine while snacking on cheese plates; take home souvenir wine glasses and wine purchased with a 15% discount

$23 $12

Select Local Merchants

  • Eastern National
    Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site in Saugus is a perfect way to fill your day and boost your knowledge of historical events. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    Saugus, MA US
    +17812319735
  • Beebe Estate
    In Focus: Beebe Estate Built: 1928 Original owner: William Foster, a Boston merchant and politician Architectural style: early Greek Revival Namesake: Decius Beebe, merchant and tannery owner 1963: ownership passes to City of Melrose 1981: listed on the National Register of Historic Places Renovated: 1996 Uses: public events, rentals, and host for lectures, exhibits, and classes Home to: the Council on Aging, Melrose Alliance Against Violence, and Friends of the Fells Notable feature: lilac, rose bush, and hedge gardens, used for outdoor concerts and poetry readings
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    Melrose, MA US
    +17816659922
  • Boston Tea Party Ships Museum
    Shouts of “huzzah” ring out from the decks of a restored tea ship on the Boston Harbor, led by live actors costumed in waistcoats and tri-corner hats. Their triumphant shouts urge guests to take part in the events and acts of rebellion that helped spark the Revolutionary War. Inspired colonists meet Sam Adams, who encourages guests to take place in a revolutionary act of resistance and throw tea into Boston Harbor with the daring Sons of Liberty. In addition to the array of immersive, high-tech storytelling devices and ornate replicas—the restored wooden ships were constructed by the craftsmen behind the film Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World—the museum houses a novel artifact: an original tea chest recovered from the shores of Boston after the Tea Party, of which there are only two in existence.
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    Boston, MA US
    +16173381773
  • Museum of Science
    Five Things to Know About Museum of Science The Museum of Science dates all the way back to 1830, when a group of civic-minded scientists and academics formed the Boston Society of Natural History. The group didn’t have a permanent spot for its collections until 1864, and it didn’t move into its current spot by the Charles River until 1951. After 180 years, the museum still isn’t standing still; it’s just finished a capital campaign to help inspire a love of science and technology in future generations. Before you stop by, here are a few helpful tidbits about the museum. There’s plenty for little ones to do. Designed for kids 8 or younger, The Discovery Center offers hands-on science experiments, real fossils and animal skeletons, and much more. T. rex fans will love the Dinosaurs: Modeling the Mesozoic exhibit, which features plenty of imagination-inspiring models and fossils. To infinity and beyond? Why not? Past exhibits include The Science Behind Pixar, which showed the technology and science that go into creating films such as Toy Story and Finding Nemo over more than 40 exhibit elements. There are presentations all day. Check out a demonstration of lightning created by a very large Van de Graaff generator, see a show about scientific magic, or watch two brothers discuss physics while performing entertaining feats in The Amazing Nano Brothers Juggling Show. IMAX in the house: With a gargantuan screen measuring more than five stories in height, the IMAX theatre gives you an immersive view of the world; popular shows let audiences explore Arabian lands or visit the worlds of dinosaurs or humpback whales. Math controversy abounded in 2015 when a teen saw what he believed to be a math error in a museum exhibit. At first, the museum acknowledged its error, but upon further review, it emerged that the museum’s original equation was correct (albeit presented in a less common format).
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    Boston, MA US
    +16177232500
  • John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
    Five Things to Know About John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Like several presidents before him (and all after), John F. Kennedy agreed to house his presidential papers in a publicly accessible library after his presidency. Because of his assassination in November 1963, however, the task was left to others to determine how best to represent his legacy. After lengthy delays, the library and museum finally opened in 1979, covering his life and presidency in great detail. Here are a few things to know before you visit: The building is designed by I.M. Pei. The legendary architect was chosen by Jacqueline Kennedy herself. It leaves no stone left unturned. Permanent exhibits cover JFK on the campaign trail, in TV press conferences, and in the space race. They also profile Jacqueline Kennedy and the rest of his family. Rotating exhibits have covered aspects of his life and work in more detail, such as the Cuban missile crisis and a comic book issue in which the president asks Superman to help the nation live healthier lives. If your grandma once sent a gift to JFK, it might be here. The museum has collected 20,000 objects, including many gifts from heads of state and regular citizens, such as a chair crafted by a Cub Scout and a rosary carved out of pinewood. There’s a large collection of Ernest Hemingway papers. Kennedy was an admirer of Hemingway, and the widow of the latter donated the bulk of his papers to the library in the 1970s. Kennedy’s sailboat, the Victura, is on display during warmer weather. It’s there to remind visitors of the family’s love of being out on the water.
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    Boston, MA US
    +16175141600
  • Gibson House Museum
    Five Things to Know About Gibson House Museum Built in 1860, the Gibson House Museum was originally the home of a sea merchant’s widow, her son, and his family. Since 1957, the Italian Renaissance–style building has served as a time capsule of Victorian-era life on the Back Bay, with a large percentage of the Gibson family’s original furnishings still intact and on display. Before you pay a visit, here are a few things to keep in mind. The only way to see it is on a tour. Guided walk-throughs are available Wednesday through Sunday in the afternoon; they start on the hour. Group tours are available by special appointment. There’s a lot to see. You’ll work your way through four abundantly decorated floors, coming across family photos, silver, paintings, original furniture, sculptures, and other heirlooms and curios in the kitchen, scullery, butler’s pantry, bedrooms, library, and, ahem, water closets. Check out the servants’ area. Just as on Downton Abbey, the real heart of the home is the servants’ area on the ground floor. You’ll see the original coal shed used for heating the building, a cast-iron stove, a dumbwaiter that brought meals upstairs, and a mechanical call-bell system that the Gibsons used to summon their servants. There’s no elevator. Be prepared to climb a lot of stairs. The house occasionally hosts special events. One of the most fun is an annual celebration of the anniversary of Prohibition’s repeal.
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    Boston, MA US
    +16172676338

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