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The Stanley Ringer Playground is one of Frederick Law Olmsted's renowned creations, a large park on Allston St. between Commonwealth Ave.
The Stanley Ringer Playground is one of Frederick Law Olmsted's renowned creations, a large park on Allston St. between Commonwealth Ave. and Brigton Ave.
Boston, MA, United States
Kenmore Square is at the intersection of several major avenues
Watch the Boston Red Sox play at Fenway Park, the oldest baseball stadium still in use by the major leagues
The Muddy River runs through the Fens and out to the Charles River
The Fogg Museum, part of the Harvard Art Museums, has a collection of Western art across various media such as paintings, sculpture, decorative arts and drawings, as well as photographs and, prints, from the Middle Ages to the present
The Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments at Harvard University has over 20,000 objects from the 15th century to the present day, across a wide range of disciplines including astronomy, navigation, horology, geology, physics, biology, medicine, psychology, electricity, and communication
The Busch-Reisinger Museum, part of the Harvard Art Museums, is the only American museum that presents art from the German-speaking countries of central and northern Europe
The Arthur M
The McMullen Museum of Art on the Boston College campus is a small gallery with a permanent collection of art from the 16th century to contemporary, as well as a featured exhibit which changes about each semester
The Warren Anatomical Museum displays a collection of about 15,000 artifacts including anatomical and pathological specimens and models, medical instruments and machines, and other medical memorabilia