It's interesting. There are different physical phenomena, different states and physical tests, and space exploration for specimens. Half a day is not enough. You have to spend most of it. It's better to spend the whole day. Boston duck swimming starts and ends at the entrance
The Museum of Science is a well-known Museum of Military and Science in Boston. It is suitable to bring children with us. The exhibition held at the Museum of Science in Boston (which will end in January 2013) is worth visiting in the morning or afternoon. The food is delicious and inexpensive. The scenery is especially good when we enter. We can go back to that era, even if it is one. God, how much can we learn?
This is the place for the whole family to spend a day. There is a large parking garage and the cost is reasonable. Whether you are interested in engineering, math, astronomy, biology, archeology, medicine, or nature, there is an exhibit for you. Check out the live animal exhibit, too. There is also a food court and a shop with all kinds of scientific gadgets and souvenirs. The Mugar Omni Theater shows films on New England's only Imax dome screen, and the Hayden Planetarium has some great shows throughout the day.
I loved the museum, I am sure there was plenty I didn't see - I went mainly to see the Harry Potter exhibit last year. My cousin works at the museum, so I was able to get a behind the scenes look at some of the museum. They have great animal programs, and everyone is really eager to help; it's a great place for kids and adults.