For those with kids (or curious adults), a world class children's museum with interactive exhibits.
Costs a dollar after 5pm on Fridays. Totally worth it, even if you have no kids..
Designed for children and families, the Boston Children's Museum exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts.
You and your children will love this museum. Friday evenings are only $1.00 per person.
This is a truly terrific museum, even for very young kids. If you take a day trip to Boston as a family, make sure you spend a few unforgettable hours there. Please check their pandemic rules and regulations!
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