Your culture attendant: things to do in Boston

A THING TO DO THIS SUNDAY

in BOSTON
Price: $6 (adult)
Time: 15-20 mins
Walk inside a three-storey globe at the Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library on Massachusetts Avenue in Boston. Created in 1935 it's a little out of date (and inside out) - but you can still get a new appreciation of the planet and how it's changed with a tour which runs every 20 mins between 10:20am and 4pm.
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BOSTON
42.36°N, 71.06°W

Sunrise: 07:08
Sunset: 16:42
Weather: snow, 2°C max, -6°C min


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