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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Boston

This museum is the location of the biggest art heist in history! You can find work from all over the world and spot the empty frames of the paintings that have yet to be found. There’s also a beautiful seasonal garden right in the center of the castle-like interior.

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Museum of Fine Arts

Boston

One of my favorite places to get lost in for the entire day, the MFA houses collections from miniatures to paintings, artifacts, and pottery by people from Oceania, Indigenous tribes, and more.

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The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston

Boston

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Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology

Cambridge

Learn about cultures from all over the world and walk through exhibits about the Native land we reside on.

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Harvard Art Museums

Cambridge

If you are looking to get lost in art for the day, look no further than exploring the corners of each of the five floors of Harvard Art Museums where paintings and art restoration labs are hidden away!

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Boston Art Gallery

Boston

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McMullen Museum of Art

Brighton

It has rotating exhibitions that explore race and identity, as well as a permanent collection with tapestries and photographs.

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List Visual Arts Center

Cambridge

As a space that openly encourages artists to experiment, MIT’s Art Center combines technology, sculpture, and more!

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MassArt Art Museum

Boston

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Metropolitan Waterworks Museum

Boston

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Museum Of Bad Art

Boston

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Rose Art Museum

Waltham

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Commonwealth Museum

Boston

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Bunker Hill Museum

Boston

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Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East

Cambridge

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Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company

Boston

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Boston Fire Museum

Boston

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Shy Bird

Cambridge

Choose from 3 all-day work packages with varying perks from bottomless espresso beverages to free WiFi, free printing, second screens, and more.

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Capital One Café

Boston

You can get coffee and espresso beverages and order off a full food menu, but you can also hook up to free WiFi, utilize plentiful outlets, and even book a nook workspace or small conference room.

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Venture Café Foundation - Headquarters

Cambridge

Work from the Venture Cafe at the Cambridge Innovation Center on Thursdays and you can attend an after-hours networking event with other creators, entrepreneurs, and visionaries.

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Boston Public Library

Boston

The Boston Public Library is a beloved workplace with tons of seating and outlets, an on-site coffee shop, free WiFI and printing, and WGBH live broadcasting.

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Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center

Cambridge

This meeting ground for the Harvard community (and visitors!) offers a wide array of flexible spaces. Cafe-style tables are great for solo work sessions and coffee intake, and groupings of couches and comfortable chairs are great for team brainstorming sessions or on-site meetings.

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Brookline Booksmith

Brookline

This monthly book club reads and discusses books by queer authors and relating to the queer community. The books span a broad spectrum of genres, writing styles, and authorship, so you get a diverse and inclusive reading list.

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All She Wrote Books

Somerville

You don’t have to be a night owl to enjoy a good book club. Head to the inclusive, feminist bookstore All She Wrote Books for coffee, pastries, and a lively book discussion on the first Sunday morning of every month.

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Fenway Community Center

Boston

Boston Baked Books

This book club hosted at the Fenway Community Center reads books with a connection to Boston. They’re set in The Hub, written by local authors, or otherwise have some relation to our great city.

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Museum of Science

Boston

Science Fiction Book Club

SciFi lovers unite! Retreat from the concerns of our world by reading about others at this Science Fiction Book Club hosted by the Museum of Science.

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Porter Square Books

Cambridge

YA Book Club

Young Adult Fiction isn’t just enjoyed by young adults. For adult readers who want to escape into a YA world, join this book club at Porter Square Books led by one of their expert booksellers.

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Blue Hills Ski Area

Canton

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Wachusett Mountain

Princeton

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Nashoba Valley Tubing Park

Littleton

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401 Park

Boston

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