Sports Museum Of New England celebrates New England's teams and athletes, including football, baseball, hockey, soccer, ... More
Sports Museum Of New England
Sports Museum Of New England celebrates New England's teams and athletes, including football, baseball, hockey, soccer, basketball and boxing. Interactive exhibits and tributes to Roger Clemens and Ted Williams are among the favorites. Artifacts from the historic Boston Garden are also displayed. Hours may vary depending upon events.
Upon entering, the museum was larger than expected and filled with great artifacts. The guides gave us a background on the Boston Garden. I was impressed with the interactive exhibits and audio enhanced displays. This is a self guided tour, so there's plenty of time to soak up the sports atmosphere, whether you're sitting in a penalty box or old Boston Garden seats.
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Located just outside the hustle and bustle of Faneuil Hall, this haunting monument, built in 1995, is covered with etched
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