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  • 1 Harvard University Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Le campus historique borde la Charles River au nord de Memorial Drive USA - Cambridge, MA 02138

    The first college established in America, Harvard was founded in 1636 to train young men as leaders of church, state and trade. In 1879 Radcliffe College was founded to provide women with equal access to a Harvard education; today the institutions ar..

  • 2 Harvard Yard Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Bordé par Massachusetts Ave., Quincy St. et Cambridge St. USA - Cambridge, MA 02138

    The oldest part of the university, Harvard Yard includes Massachusetts Hall [A] (1720), the oldest Harvard building still standing; Holden Chapel [B], the university's first official chapel; and University Hall [C] (1815), fronted by Daniel Chester F..

  • 3 Busch-Reisinger Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    USA - Cambridge, MA 02138

    The renowned collection at this museum of 20C Germanic art boasts work by Expressionists such as Max Becmann and members of the Die Brucke and Der Blaue Reiter groups.

  • 4 Fogg Art Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    32 Quincy St. & Broadway USA - Cambridge, MA 02138

    Exhibits on two levels surrounding the courtyard span all periods of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present, and include notable examples of Italian Renaissance paintings, Impressionist and post-Impressionist painting and sculpture and class..

  • 5 Harvard Museum of Natural History Interesting

    Museums and art

    32 Quincy St. USA - Cambridge, MA 02138

    Grouped under one roof, these four museums hold 21 million specimens and artifacts that make up Harvard's outstanding research collections. Many of the galleries retain the old-fashioned air of a 19C exhibition hall but don't be put off by the no-fri..

  • 6 Longfellow National Historic Site Interesting

    Museums and art

    105 Brattle St. USA - Cambridge, MA 02138

    This Georgian dwelling, built in 1759 by the Loyalist John Vassall, served as the headquarters of General Washington during the siege of Boston. In the 19C Henry Wadsworth Longfellow lived in the house between 1837 and 1882, the period during which h..

  • 7 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    77 massachusetts Avenue USA - Cambridge, MA 02139

    One of the nation's premier science and research universities, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is today a leader in research and development, with schools of Engineering, Science, Architecture and Planning, Management, and Humanities and ..

  • 8 MIT Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    265 Massachusetts Ave. USA - Cambridge, MA

    A gadget-lover's delight, this fun house of mind-boggling art includes stop-motion photographs, kinetic sculptures and reputedly the world's largest collection of holograms.

  • 9 Sackler Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    485 Broadway USA - Cambridge, MA 02138

    Housed in a dramatic post-Modern building, the Sackler focuses on Ancient, Near Eastern and Far Eastern art. Asian ceramics, sclupture, Japanese prints and a noteworthy group of Chinese bronzes and jades highlight the collection.

  • 10 List Visual Arts Center

    Museums and art

    20 Ames St. USA - Cambridge, MA

    You'll view temporary exhibits of contemporary art here on the main floor of the Wiesner Building, a post-Modern structure designed by MIT graduate I.M. Pei.

  • 11 MIT Hart Nautical Collection

    Museums and art

    55 Massachusetts Ave.. Building 5 USA - Cambridge, MA

    Part of the MIT Museum, the Hart gallery displays more than 40 ship models dating from the late 19C through the 20C.

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