Address : 200, Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
Timings : Monday–Saturday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : General Admission:
Adults: USD 6
Seniors (62+), Students (with ID), Youth (6-17), U.S. Military (with ID): USD 4
Children (0–5) and special needs assistants: Free
Group Admission & Discounts:
General (15 or more): USD 4
Kindergarten–College and Seniors (15 or more): USD 3
EBT Card to Culture: Adults (up to two/card): USD 2
Mary Baker Eddy Library is located in Boston, Massachusetts, on the grounds of the Christian Science Center at Massachusetts Avenue. It was opened in 2002 for the public and is founded by Christian Science founder, Mary Baker Eddy. Mary Baker Eddy Library is an 11-story structure that holds the manuscripts and letters by her and is a must-visit place for history, architectural, and religious enthusiasts.
Of its three exhibits, one is the world-famous Mapparium which is a walk-in three-story globe showcasing the world in 1934. Surround sound, the whispering gallery are some of the characteristics in this globe showcasing world reforming ideas through words, music, and LED lights. The Christian Society building housing the library has praise-worthy architecture too, with engravings from the Bible on its exterior.
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