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  • Just Imagine | :60

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    Eyes. Ears. Nose. Mouth. Hands.
    Experience drives the imagination.
    To places wonderful.
    Joyful.
    And mysterious.
    By seeing, feeling, and touching what is.
    We picture what isn’t. Yet.
    And then questions flash. Gears turn. Pencils fly.
    Imaginations explode.
    Because we’re inspired,
    To figure out.
    To invent.
    To create. And maybe.
    Just maybe.
    To make the world a better place.
    Just Imagine.

    The Museum of Science strives to make science and technology accessible to everyone through exhibits, programs, curricula, and more. We present a dynamic learning ecosystem through over 700 interactive exhibits, daily presentations and design challenges, a Planetarium, and an IMAX movie theater. You can learn more at mos.org Show less
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  • Gridiron Glory | Now - January 7th Play all

    Now open at the Museum of Science, Gridiron Glory! Experience the most extensive and comprehensive exhibition ever created on America's most popular sport! View more than 200 artifacts, award-winning photographs, and one-of-a-kind documents from the Pro Football Hall of Fame's vast collection. Watch spectacular footage from the unparalleled film and TV archives of NFL Films. Learn the science behind the game and get to know the inspirational stories of its pioneers, coaches, and great players, including those who broke social barriers — demonstrating how the sport is a microcosm for changing attitudes about equality and opportunity.

    Throughout the exhibition, you can interact with components that challenge both mind and body and demonstrate the change in protective equipment, uniforms, and communication devices over the years.

    Plus, delve into the illustrious history and accomplishments of our own local pro team, the New England (formerly Boston) Patriots, who have played a major role in the sport dating back to the days of playing at Fenway Park, Harvard Stadium, Boston College, and finally, Foxboro.

    Through it all, you'll enjoy a panoramic view of the story of professional football — from its humble beginnings in the late 19th century to the cultural phenomenon it is today.
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    This summer, the USA will experience a total solar eclipse for the first time since February 1979. The Moon will not completely block the Sun in New England, but we will be able to experience a partial eclipse. Scroll along this page to see how the Sun and Moon look during a total eclipse, and for tips on safely viewing the eclipse from Boston.

    Safety Tips:

    1. NEVER look at the Sun when any portion of its bright disk is visible without proper eye protection — or permanent loss of vision will result! This applies during the entire partial eclipse!

    2. Only use approved eclipse glasses or solar filters to view the Sun; materials such as sunglasses, photographic film, polarizing filters or aluminized plastic are unsafe for solar viewing

    3. Use a solar filter that mounts snugly on the large end of a telescope, not at the eyepiece where it can crack under the intense heat.

    4. A safe way of viewing the eclipse, especially for groups, is the projection method shown in the video below.

    5. Do not use ordinary binoculars; there is no way to safely install a filter on them.

    6. New England will not experience totality; therefore, these safety precautions must be strictly observed at all times
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  • The Charles Hayden Planetarium Play all

    The Charles Hayden Planetarium is the most technologically advanced digital theater in New England.

    Explore our universe and beyond with one of our many space science Planetarium shows, like Undiscovered Worlds: The Search Beyond Our Sun and Explore: The Universe. On Friday and Saturday evenings, experience one of our innovative and immersive music offerings as part of Music Under the Dome.
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  • 4-D Films

    • Shark: A 4-D Experience - Duration: 55 seconds.

      • 10 months ago
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      Shark: A 4-D Experience ® now showing at the Museum of Science, Boston 4-D Theater brings you face to face with some of the world's strangest and most mysterious shark species. These extraordinaril...
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