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These museums are housed in 1695 Munroe Tavern, 1698 Hancock-Clarke house and 1710 Buckman Tavern. Exhibits include early American furniture and artifacts, costumes, portraits and...
This history museum contains American prints and paintings, maps, decorative arts, furniture, costumes , photographs and memorabilia. Lectures available.
Industrial history museum housed in the 1860 Old Schwamb Mill, a waterpowered mill at the Foot of the Rocks.
17th-19th century furnishings, textiles, dolls, weaponry, regional and local historical items.
This museum contains slides and transparencies taken by photographer Arthur Griffin 1904-present.
Mount Auburn Hospital,Terry Eagan/Patio Records and Last Chance Productions, present the Healing Garden Music Fest on Saturday, September 28th at 7:30 pm at the Regent Theatre in...
1714 birthplace of Count Rumford, collections include history and science. Facilities include a collection of books pertaining to Count Rumford's scientific works.
Collections include American paintings, graphics, sculpture and photography. 35- acre sculpture park, art and museum related items for sale. Guided tours available.
This local history museum is housed in 1870 James Baker House, collections include watches, clocks, bottles, tools, locallly made items and more.
Gore Place, the Federal period, historic house and estate of Massachusetts Governor Christopher Gore, includes a small farm with sheep, goats and poultry. The elegantly furnished...
This is an art gallery located at Tufts University, its collections include 19th and 20th century paintings, prints, sculptures, photographs and Greek and Roman antiquities. Major...
This Textile and Industrial museum is also a museum of innovation. Collections include exhibits on textiles, watch, automobile, and steam engine, machine tools and more.
Collections include furnishings made in Bauhaus workshops and brought from Germany. American fixtures and materials and notable art objects are also on display. Guided tours...