It is a small museum with wonderful exhibits. The hologram exhibit was nice. Information on robots was excellent. There was technical information presented for the understanding of laymen. The sou
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This museum was so incredibly awesome that it scares me! I feel like the plot to "Terminator" is unfolding at a slightly slower pace, haha. These engineers are incredible, and the work they are performing is mind-blowing. You can think of most modern technological advancements...More
You need 2 1/2 hours or less to go through everything here, including the gift shop. The exhibits are interesting. They show the ingenuity and innovation of MIT researchers and students. The kids like the innovation lab so drop them off there if you want...More
If you are a nerd or like cool things, then go here. If you are dull and boring, then don't go here. Great exhibits and just plain fun.
We walked here from our hotel and were lucky enough to have the free visit from Bank of America's Museums on Us program. There are many neat exhibits to see including past robotic projects from the students. We really enjoyed the interactive projects that allowed...More
This place was fun with holograms. I really liked the "pinball" piano table. My kids really enjoyed walking around here and looking at the small machines. If you are nearby, this is a good place to drop by and spend a few hours.
This is one of the best museums in the world and very few people know about it. It's shows Art and Science together. It's about ideas. It's about possibilities, new Possibilities and Problem solving in general. It is "way out there" In the best Way....More
I've been to the MIT Museum on multiple occasions, and always find something new to be fascinated with. But the best exhibit is the odd mechanical robots, some of which are interactive, all of which are a little creepy.