Address : 308, Congress street Boston.
Open Hours : 10am - 12.30 pm and 2pm -4.30pm
Suggested Hours : 2 Hours
Ticket : $17
Stroller parking : Yes
Established : 1913
President : Charole Charnow
Best Age : 3-9 Years
Exhibits : 85
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The second oldest children’s museum in the United States, the Boston Children’s Museum is one of Boston’s most renowned and loved museums by all children who visit it. The Children’s Museums has a range of simple but informative exhibits. The museum has programs related to culture, performance arts, and literary arts to showcase the flourishing talent of children who visit.
Located on Congress street the 100-year-old nonprofit and private Children's Museum in Boston has not only seen a growth in the number of visitors but also in the quality of the exhibits and education. They have exhibits ranging from arts labs to KEVA parks and Japanese houses. In addition to this, they also have a wide range of plants on their Green trail exhibit and a dinosaur exhibit which attracts many children because of its well crafted and intricate statues to provide a better visual experience for the younger generation. Housing over 50,000 artifacts the Children's Museum provides a wide scope of learning and experience for the children to adapt to the development of science and technology.
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