Free Fun Fridays 2013

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The Highland Street Foundation‘s Free Fun Fridays is back this summer and kicks off on Friday, June 28th! Free Fun Fridays are days where Massachusetts residents and tourists can visit designated attractions, every Friday, during the summer months at no cost, with no registration or tickets required. Just enjoy! Many are great for the entire family and some are perfect for a date night. Here is the Free Fun Fridays 2013 Boston schedule:
 

free fun fridays 2013

 

Tanglewood (BSO) (297 West Street – Lenox)

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (280 The Fenway – Boston)

Peabody Essex Museum (161 Essex St – Salem)

Heritage Museums & Gardens (67 Grove Street – Sandwich)

Museum of African American History (46 Joy Street – Boston and 29 York Street, Nantucket)

Cape Cod Museum of Art (60 Hope Lane – Dennis)

Boston Children’s Museum (308 Congress St – Boston)

Stone Zoo (149 Pond Street – Stoneham)

Wenham Museum (132 Main Street – Wenham)

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (225 South Street – Williamstown)

Franklin Park Zoo (1 Franklin Park Rd – Dorchester)

Children’s Museum at Holyoke (444 Dwight Street – Holyoke)

Danforth Museum of Art (123 Union Avenue – Framingham)

Decordova Sculpture Park and Museum (51 Sandy Pond Road – Lincoln)

Reagle Music Theatre (617 Lexington Street – Waltham)

Buttonwood Park Zoo (425 Hawthorn Street – New Bedford)

Mass Audubon Visual Arts Center (963 Washington Street – Canton)

Hancock Shaker Village (34 Lebanon Mountain – Hancock)

Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum (High Pole Hill Road – Provincetown)

Higgins Armory Museum (100 Barber Avenue # 11- Worcester)

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (Boston Common- Boston)

Children’s Museum in Easton (9 Sullivan Avenue – Easton)

Springfield Museums (21 Edwards Street – Springfield)

New England Historic Genealogical Society (101 Newbury Street – Boston)

New Repertory Theatre (321 Arsenal Street – Watertown)

Museum of Fine Arts (465 Huntington Ave – Boston)

Amelia Park Children’s Museum (29 South Broad Street – Westfield)

Fuller Craft Museum (455 Oak Street – Brockton)

Arnold Arboretum (125 Arborway – Jamaica Plain)

Norman Rockwell Museum (9 Route 183-Stockbridge)

Cape Cod Children’s Museum (577 Great Neck Road South – Mashpee)

Berkshire Museum (39 South Street – Pittsfield)

The Sports Museum (TD Garden – 100 Legends Way – Boston)

Battleship Cove (5 Water Street – New Bedford)

Fruitlands Museum (102 Prospect Hill – Harvard)

Institute of Contemporary Art (100 Northern Ave – Boston)

Concord Museum (53 Cambridge Turnpike – Concord)

Garden in the Woods (180 Hemenway Road – Framingham)

Edward Gorey House (8 Strawberry Lane – Yarmouth Port)

New Bedford Whaling Museum (18 Johnny Cake Hill – New Bedford)

Boston Harbor Island Alliance

Old Sturbridge Village (1 Old Sturbridge Village Rd – Sturbridge)

USS Constitution Museum (22 Charlestown Navy Yard – Charlestown)

American Textile Museum (491 Dutton Street – Lowell)

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1000 West Columbus Ave – Springfield)

JFK Presidential Library & Museum (Columbia Point – Boston)

EcoTarium (222 Harrington Way – Worcester)

Plimoth Plantation (137 Warren Ave – Plymouth)

Discovery Museums (177 Main Street – Acton)

Mass MOCA (87 Marshall Street – North Adams)

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Image Credit: Highland Street Foundation

  

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