The Mary Baker Eddy Library

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200 Massachusetts Avenue, P2-10 , Boston, MA 02115.


  • The Mary Baker Eddy Library

    $8 for $12 - Mapparium Tour for Two or Four


    . ul. li. Limit 3 vouchers per purchaser; additional 3 vouchers may be sent as gifts. br. /li. .. read moreli. Limit 3 voucher redemptions per individual. br. /li. li. Tours run every 20 minutes Tuesday. Sunday, 10:20 a. m. 4 p. m. ; closed on Monday. br. /li. li. First tour starts at 10:20 a. m. and last tour starts at 4 p. m. br. /li. li. Tours last 15. 20 minutes. br. /li. li. Entire value must be used in a single visit by same pair/group. br. /li. li. Not valid for admission to special events. br. /li. li. i. Image courtesy of The Mary Baker Eddy Library, Boston, MA. /i. br. /li. li. Available for use immediately after purchase. br. /li. li. PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES 180 DAYS FROM THE PURCHASE DATE. br. /li. li. PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE. br. /li. /ul. Discover an impressive feat of architecture, art, and geography at the Mary Baker Eddy Library's Mapparium, a three-story, stained-glass globe that depicts a three-dimensional perspective of the world as it was in 1935. $8 (up to $12 value) for admission for two to a tour of the Mapparium $12 (up to $24 value) for admission for four Enjoy "A World of Ideas" presentation, using words, music, and lights to demonstrate how ideas have moved across time and place to impact global change Learn about the construction and history of the Mapparium with letters, documents, and artifacts Tours available Tuesday. Sunday Mary Baker Eddy Library: Website

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Jess C.
One of my college friends at that prestigious Boston law school (you know the one) highly recommended the Mapparium in this library. It wasn't until after...

Chris M.
Look, you're going to go here because you are into Christian Science (a very intellectual, curious-minded philosophy based on Christianity) or the Maparium....

Nisreen G.
To be honest, I didn't know this place existed until about three months ago, and I'm a Boston native. However, after reading the reviews and getting over my...
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Caitlin Dean
Go to the Mary Baker Eddy Library and take the 20 minute tour of the Mapparium. Stand in the middle and talk to yourself in full surround sound, try the "whisper effect" too.
Caitlin Dean
Go to the Hall of Ideas. Marvel at the fountain and watch the quotes projected on the walls for as long as possible.
PK Shiu
The mapparium is great for kids, this is a fav school trip destination
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rating 4.1 out of 5
Jason Smith
A good destination for a couple hours in the afternoon. The Mapparium is clearly the highlight of the experience, followed by the Hall of Ideas, and lastly by the upstairs exhibits. The one-room tour through the Mapparium only lasts a few minutes, but is still impressive.
Joshua Berk
The Hall of Ideas has a lovely fountain, with projections of poignant quotes on several walls. Next, take the 20-minute tour of the Mapparium -- a world-famous, three-story, painted-glass globe from 1935 -- the impressive presentation illustrates how ideas have traversed time/geography. Acoustics in....
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