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Things To Do in Cambridge, MA

Cambridge Massachusetts Attractions - Entertainment in Cambridge
Things to Do and See in Cambridge including Attractions, Museums, Nightlife,
Sights, Events, History, Arts, Theatre, Landmarks in the Cambridge Massachusetts Area

Harvard Square

Harvard Square was founded in 1630 as a colonial village, it is a mix of shops, restaurants, bookstores, gathering places and old landmarks that reflect the area's historic and academic history.

Longfellow National Historic Site

Longfellow National Historic Site was the home of one of the world's foremost poets, scholars and educators, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. It was also a favorite place for George Washington, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne. It is open for public touring Wednesday through Sunday.

Mt. Auburn Cemetery

Mt. Auburn Cemetery was founded in 1831, it is the first cemetery in the United States. The 175-acres of land is located in  Cambridge and Watertown, it handles up to 650 burials each year.

Harvard University

Harvard University was founded in 1636, Harvard is America's oldest institute of higher learning and one of the country's most prestigious universities.

Harvard Museum of Natural History

The Harvard Museum of Natural History is a museum of Harvard University's three natural history institutions: the Botanical Museum, the Museum of Comparative Zoology and the Mineralogical and Geological Museum.

Botanical Museum

The botanical Museum was founded in 1858, today this museum focuses on the study of useful plants and economic botany.

Harvard University Art Museum

At the Harvard University Art Museum you can view collections from Western nations, German-speaking countries and ancient Asian and Islamic regions.

Fogg Art Museum

The Fogg Art Museum has a collection of Western artworks from the Middle Ages to modern. It also carries one of the best displays of Impressionist and post-Impressionist pieces in the U.S..

Busch-Reisinger Museum

The Busch-Reisinger Art Museum features 1920s abstract art, German Expressionist art and materials including Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque pieces.

Cambridge Common

The Cambridge Common is the central meeting ground for the young and the old in the heart of the historic Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

One of the world's leading educational institutions, with an emphasis on math and sciences, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is located on the banks of the Charles River.

Grolier Poetry Book Shop

Grolier Poetry Book Shop is Boston's number one source for poetry books.

Inman Square

Inman is what the rest of Cambridge used to be: notices for protest rallies fill the bulletin boards; a poster of Che Guevara hangs in the local Irish pub. Lately the area has seen an infusion of antiques shops and edgy boutique.

Out of Town News

The Out of Town News is located in Harvard Square it is a National Historic Landmark that carries an array of newspapers and magazines from around the world.

Harvard Book Store

 The 72-year-old Harvard Book Store, the employee picks are very intriguing and the window displays are worth looking at.

Kate's Mystery Books

Kate's Mystery Books is a great bookstore that offers a wide variety of spine tingling mystery books for all ages.

Arthur M. Sackler Museum

The Arthur M. Sackler Museum is Harvard's newest art museum which specializes in Ancient, Asian, Islamic, and Later Indian art.

Harvard Cooperative Society

The Harvard Cooperative Society is the Harvard college store, known for its expansive collection of books, posters and University merchandise.

Museum of Comparative Zoology

The Museum of Comparative Zoology holds a collection of more than 274,000 volumes of monographs and journals plus a collection of archival materials and natural history art.

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology is one of the oldest museums in the world that is devoted to anthropology, its was created to preserve, interpret, exhibit and acquire anthropological objects for teaching, research and public education.


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January 11, 2011