The Franklin Park Zoo
07/21/2010

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Online PR News – 21-July-2010 – – "A Bird's World"
Birds from around the world inhabit a series of natural environments in a spectacular exhibit that depicts a swamp, a rain forest, a desert, a river bank and a mountainside. Real plants, trees, rocks and water combine to transport the visitor into "A Bird's World". There are in-innovative educational exhibits that explain how the birds of the world survive. Outside, the huge flight cage and wasteful pond add a "free-flight" dimension to the experience. Hours: Daily from 10 to 4 Admission: Free
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (http://www.itscopied.com/GoodsBrand/Replica-Rolex-Watches-63.html)
Fenway Court, incorporated as a museum in 1900, houses the collection of paintings, tapestries, stained glass, furniture and other objects of art assembled by Isabella Stewart Gardner. The building is often Italian style and the central court has a display of flowers. Music programs are offered three times a week from September through June. Admission to the museum and to the concerts is free.
Acoustic guide tour units are available during open hours. Photography for personal use is permitted. Children must be conducted by responsible adults. For information on hours and music programs call 734 — 1359. Other business: 566 — 1401
Hours: Sept. Through June: Tue. 1~9:30; Wed. thru. Sunday 1 - 5:30. Closed Monday, national holidays, Sunday before Labor Day. Music Tuesday at 8, Thursday and Sunday at 4. July and August: Tuesday through Saturday 1 - 5:30. Closed Sunday, Monday and the 4th of July. No music. Admission: Free
Museum of Transportation
The museum has collections of antique carriages, bicycles, motorcycles, autos and all the bits and pieces of America's transportation history. Silent comedies, slide shows, old signs and gas pumps, games of discovery, rides in antique vehicles and a train board all invite children and adults to explore and discover what it was like to move around the countryside in years past. The museum is housed in an 1880 carriage house in an 85-acre park. Hours: Tuesday through Sunday 10 — 5
Admission: Adults $2.00; children 6^5 $1.00, 3 — 5 years $0.25; senior citizens $1.00
Museum of Fine Arts
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts houses man's visual world from remote antiquity to the present day. It ranks as the second most comprehensive museum in the western hemisphere with collections which are often unsurpassed. Resources include a school, library, research laboratory and a varied educational program of lectures, films, and musical performances. Hours: Open every day of the week 10 — 6 and Tuesday and Thursday till 9 p.m. . . Closed July fourth, Labor Day, thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year's Day Ad-mission: $ 1.50; Sundays 10—1 p.m. Free. At all times to members, children under 16, holders of student or artist admission cards and servicemen in uniform. Free access to Muse-um Shop, Restaurant, and Lecture Hall. On MBTA Arborway Green line.
New England Aquarium
On Boston's historic waterfront more than 2,000 fishes exhibited in life-like environments.
The focal point is the 200,000 gallon giant ocean tank, the largest glass enclosed salt water tank in the world. Opened in September, 1974, the "Discovery", is berthed adjacent to the Aquarium where visitors find fascinating marine mammals "playing" daily. Hours: Mon. thru. Thurs. , 9-5; Fri. till 9, Saturday, Sunday, holidays 10-6. Closed thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day Admission to Aquarium or Discovery: Adults
$2.50; 6 — 15 $ 1.25; senior citizens, military, and college students with ID $ 1.25. Combination tickets to both discovery and main Aquarium available at discount. Ask for membership and group rate information. Central Wharf, Boston, Massachusetts 02110 (742
-8870)
The Prudential Skywalk
The shortest walk around Boston is a walk on the Skywalk. Located on the 50th floor of the
Prudential Tower building, the Skywalk provides a 369 degree panoramic view of historical
Boston. On a clear day you can see as far away as New Hampshire, Vermont, Gloucester
and Cape Cod.
Hours: Open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. , Monday through Thursday; 9 a.m. to midnight on
Friday and Saturday; 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Sundays (http://www.designer-cheap.com/B-Replica-Cartier-Watches-26.html)
Admission: $ 1.00 for adults, $0.35 for children aged 6 — 12, senior citizens—$0.50.
Group rates-5— $ 0.75 for adults in groups of ten or more; $ 0.20 for children