Ways to Save Museum of Science, Boston
Membership. Membership is a great way to enjoy the Museum all year long and can pay for itself with just ONE visit. Members receive free Exhibit Halls admission for a year, free and discounted tickets to some of our most popular attractions, invitations to members-only …
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Field Trip Reservations Museum of Science, Boston
There is no bus parking on Museum grounds except for drop-off and pickup. Buses may park at the Boston Autoport in Charlestown. Chaperones and teachers may park cars in the Museum garage and will receive a $5 flat rate. In order to receive this discount, you must turn in your chaperone badge at the Information Desk at the end of your visit.
Teacher Partner Program Museum of Science, Boston
$10 off a Museum membership. Monthly issues of E-News for Educators. Invitations to special events. How to use your Teacher Partner Admission Benefit: For free Exhibit Halls admission, log into your account and ‘purchase’ a free timed Exhibit Halls ticket.
discount coupons. Changing Your Group Size • IMPORTANT: If your group size changes after you make your reservation, you must notify us by 4:00 p.m. the day before your visit. Contact Science Central: 617-723-2500, 617-589-0187 (fax), email@example.com. • There are no refunds for dropped numbers on the day of your visit. Additional
Visiting Tips for Members Directions, Parking, Advance
Bring your valid membership card with you for entry. If you do not have your membership card you may use a valid photo ID with your timed tickets as proof of membership or call 617-589-0180 prior to your visit to have a temporary card emailed to you. Present proof of membership at the Exhibit Halls entrance along with your timed tickets for immediate entry.
Omni Films Museum of Science, Boston
Omni Films. When an IMAX® film is projected onto a five-story-high domed screen in the Mugar Omni Theater, you don't watch it. You're engulfed in it. Get ready for a viewing experience that's larger than life. And every bit as amazing.
Educator Guide: Dig Into Dinosaurs
3 Fossil – any remnant or clue about life from an earlier age that has been preserved in some way until the modern day; examples include bones and footprints Quadruped – an animal that walks on four legs Herbivore – an animal that only eats plants Jurassic – the middle time period during the …