The Mary Baker Eddy Library is more than a library - it has a museum and Mapparium as well

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Mary Baker Eddy Library, Boston

The Mary Baker Eddy Library is more than a library - it has a museum and Mapparium as well.

The Mary Baker Eddy Library is more than a library - it has a museum and Mapparium as well. The archives of American author and poet Mary Baker Eddy are preserved here. The 3-storey Mapparium is a stained glass globe of the world as it was in 1935, and you can walk through it to experience the interesting acoustic effects. See A World of Ideas presentation that illustrates how ideas have traversed time and geography, and changed the world.


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About Mary Baker Eddy Library

 200 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA, United States

 +1 617-450-7000

 www.marybakereddylibrary.org

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