Whether you're interested in history, science, or art, Cambridge is home to great museums and historic sites. While the museums are currently closed to the public, they currently offer virtual tours for you to explore from our Cambridge apartments.
Museums with virtual tours include:
The Cooper Gallery showcases African and African American art. You can find information about permanent collections and previous exhibitions online. Along with that, you can take a virtual tour of the gallery's current exhibition, Somnyama Ngonyama: Hail the Dark Lioness. The artist, Zanele Muholi, created over 80 self-portraits using her body as the canvas to discuss issues such as racism, sexism, human rights, and social injustice.
Longfellow House welcomes history enthusiasts. Along with being the longtime home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, it was also George Washington's home and headquarters for a time. Through photographs and commentary, you can learn about the historical site. There are also videos and activities you can enjoy to complete your virtual tour. With their online resources, you'll learn a little about Harry Dana, Longfellow's grandson who was instrumental in preserving his family's legacy.
There are many online resources available on the Harvard Museum of Natural History's website. You can look at past and current exhibits, with some even including videos you can watch from home. They highlight little-known facts about a variety of topics, such as why bees swarm, how mountains are made, and specific plants.
While you're exploring these Cambridge museums, take a virtual tour of these Boston museums. If you're looking for more information about our Cambridge apartments, contact us. We'll help you find a floor plan to fit your needs.
If you like chicken sandwiches, several local restaurants serve some of the best in tow...
Whether you want cheese to make lasagna or to enjoy with crackers and wine, several loc...
For a fun-filled day outdoors, head to the Public Garden. It opened in 1837, making it ...