Member Museums By Name
- American Textile History Museum,
- The American Textile History Museum tells America's story through the art, history, and science of textiles.
- Battleship Cove,
- Experience firsthand what it was like to serve on board a Navy warship.
- Boston Children's Museum,
- Boston's Best Place for Families!
- Concord Museum,
- The Concord Museum is the one place where all of Concord's remarkable past is brought to life through an inspiring collection of historical, literary,
- Danforth Museum of Art,
- The Danforth Museum of Art is a non-profit, public museum dedicated to the celebration and creation of art.
- DeCordova's 35-acre campus offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience contemporary art in the Museum galleries and outdoors in the Park.
- Franklin Park Zoo,
- Visit Franklin Park Zoo and discover incredible species from around the world including western lowland gorillas, Amur leopards, tigers, zebras, a lion and more!
- Fuller Craft Museum,
- Fuller Craft Museum is New England’s home for contemporary craft.
- Garden in the Woods,
- 45-acre botanic garden for conservation of and education about native plant species with the largest collection of native species in New England
- Harvard Art Museums,
- As an integral part of Harvard and the community, the Harvard Art Museums serve as a resource for students, scholars, and visitors.
- Harvard Museum of Natural History,
- The world famous ‘Glass Flowers’, dinosaurs, meteorites, minerals, hundreds of animals – don’t miss the University’s most visited museum.
- Historic New England,
- Historic New England is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive regional heritage organization in the nation.
- Historic Newton,
- Historic Newton encourages the inquiry and exploration of Newton within the broad context of American history.
- Located in a breathtaking waterfront building, the ICA is Boston's destination for new art and ideas
- JFK Library and Museum,
- Dedicated to the memory of our nation's thirty-fifth president.
- Longyear Museum,
- Longyear Museum is an independent historical museum about Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer of Christian Science
- Mass Audubon,
- New England’s largest conservation organization.
- MIT Museum,
- The MIT Museum presents exhibitions and interactive programs for ages 10 & up, w/ an emphasis on robotics, holography, and current MIT research.
- Museum of African American History,
- The Museum of African American History’s Boston campus consists of two historic sites, the African Meeting House and the Abiel Smith School, and the 14-site Black Heritage Trail® walking tour.
- National Heritage Museum,
- The Museum is dedicated to presenting changing exhibitions on topics in American history and popular culture.
- New England Aquarium,
- Explore exhibits featuring thousands of aquatic animals from around the world, including more than 80 penguins, sharks, sea turtles, seals and more.
- Nichols House Museum,
- The Nichols House Museum is open to the public as an historic house museum reflecting the domestic life of a typical family of Beacon Hill at the turn of the last century.
- Old South Meeting House,
- Old South Meeting House is Boston’s “Sanctuary of Freedom,” the place where the original Boston Tea Party began.
- Old State House Museum,
- Explore two floors of exciting treasures like real tea from the Boston Tea Party.
- Paul Revere House,
- The home of legendary patriot Paul Revere, where he began the famous “Midnight Ride,” was built in 1680 and is the only home on the Freedom Trail.
- Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology,
- The Peabody Museum is the region's principal world cultures museum, with vast collections from the Americas, Africa, and Oceania.
- Stone Zoo,
- Visit Stone Zoo and discover incredible species from around the world including black bears, jaguars, cougars, meerkats, white-cheeked gibbons, flamingos and more!
- The Art Complex Museum,
- The Art Complex Museum is a contemporary structure of glass and wood on over thirteen acres of open fields and woodlands.
- The Children's Museum in Easton,
- The Children's Museum in Easton is an educational, cultural, and social learning center for children and families, with a primary focus on children ages 1-8.
- The Discovery Museums,
- Hands On, Minds at Play. Two great museums that children of all ages can enjoy!
- The Mary Baker Eddy Library,
- The Mary Baker Eddy Library provides public access and context to original materials and educational experiences about Mary Baker Eddy’s life, ideas, and achievements.
- USS Constitution Museum,
- Furl a sail... fire a cannon... swing in a hammock... and set sail on a voyage of discovery at the USS Constitution Museum!
- Vilna Shul,
- The Vilna Shul is Boston's only Jewish Historic site. Located on Beacon Hill, it tells the story of Boston's Jewish Community.
- Waterworks Museum,
- Explore the social, public health, engineering and architectural history of Boston.