Whether a social experiment or examining science with a wink, the MIT Museum is a great place to visit. The exhibit on the electric cars is an interesting theory on how a city's downtown might want to adopt a rent-a-car-for-short-distances plan without causing pollution or excess parking nightmares. One exhibit on zebrafishes to examine how genetically altering the fish might solve cancer was thoughtful. The ability ... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
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- General Info:
- Admission Adults: $10.00; youth under 18, students, seniors: $5:00; children under age 5: free. **Free admission on the last Sunday of each month, September through June.**
- Extra Phones:
Informational Recording: (617) 253-4444
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- master card, visa, discover, cash
- Street Parking Special notice: Metered street parking is a challenge. Please consider this when arranging your visit. Metered (2 hour) parking nearby along Massachusetts Ave. and side streets. Paid public parking in the Le Méridien Hotel garage and the 55 Franklin Street Garage, both two blocks from the Museum.
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- Please note all MIT Museum sites are wheelchair accessible.
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