Boston is either very artistic, suitable for making small fresh, or novel and cool, suitable for making fashion blockbusters, and of course, just pure scenery, the Earth Hall is one of them!
This would be a good activity if you have 20 minutes of free time. The Earth Hall is basically a large earth-shaped room with a map of continents. This is a very old map, because there are still countries like USSR and Yugoslavia. The room has great sound effects, especially when you speak in a low voice. I would recommend this place, it's fun :)
This may be the only place in this world where you can see this world from within. It was built in 1939, so the world here is a bit different from today. However, it is still a shocking experience. You will walk down the narrow road in the middle of a 31-foot-long sphere. The sound effects are also great. If you are in Boston, don't miss it.
The content of the Earth Hall is very good, with a variety of exotic exhibits
It is not possible to take pictures while visiting the Earth Hall. There is a photo wall outside, so you can have a fun here. The map library was built for the Christian Science Publishing House, and promoted related ideologies. The Map Museum has 608 pieces of stained glass, each representing 10 latitudes and longitudes. Each piece of stained glass has a different shape and curve. The baking time of each color is also different. Among them, Italy and Austria have the most abundant colors and the longest time. When the design was completed in 1935, the glass could be replaced to adapt to changes on the political edge of the world. Now it is no longer updated in order to protect this artwork. The last update was in the 1960s. At the same time, with 206 LED lights for its lighting and the unique reflection and echo effect of the spherical shape, people can't help but applaud.
General admission: $5
Student ticket: $4
Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-4:00, there will be a wave of explanations every 20 minutes, and an interpreter must be brought into the tour The explanation is in English, and there are Chinese paper explanation materials for the attractions, which can be obtained from the front desk when purchasing tickets.
The Earth Hall is located in The Mary Baker Eddy Library, next to the commercial street, there will be a few coffee and Western restaurants. No food is allowed in the Earth Hall.