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The Museum of Science features a revolving schedule of temporary exhibits, IMAX films, and Planetarium shows, plus details on more than 700 interactive permanent exhibits, live presentations, and more!
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Get an up-close view Cliff the Triceratops, a 65-million-year-old fossil discovered in the Dakota Badlands in 2004. Take a journey inside the human body in the Hall of Human Life, where you’ll learn about breakthroughs in science that will change the way you engage with your biology and manage your health. Catch one of the live demonstrations that take place daily, from design challenges to live animal shows. Explore the 700+ innovative and interactive exhibits for hands-on experiences that will entertain and educate minds of all ages.
Engineering Design Workshop
Our new hands-on engineering and computer science exhibition lets you immerse yourself in the many ways engineers use creativity and iteration to solve problems and create solutions.
The Museum is proud to introduce our newest exhibition, Project Vaccine: Our Best Defense, a key element of our ongoing educational and public health initiative. Learn about vaccines and their development, viral transmission, and the many steps and countless professionals involved in the creation of—and rollout of— vaccines.
Trains at Science Park
Developed by expert train model makers who spent hours creating tiny trees and adjusting tracks to create an unforgettable Boston experience (including miniature versions of the Museum, Custom House, and now, the city’s iconic Zakim bridge, created by master model maker John Goodson of The Mandalorian fame), this exhibit is a great way to welcome the winter season with your friends and family! Presented in English and in Spanish.
Boston Terrific Tidbits
Browse our Travelin’ Fun page for trip tidbits, check out our favorite book on Boston or spend some time reading through our Boston blog! We love Boston and hope you do too!