Enjoy An Immersive Experience At The One-Of-A-Kind Fruitlands Museum In Massachusetts
By Melissa Mahoney|Published July 20, 2022
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It may come as no surprise that there are several world-class museums found within the Bay State. There’s the Boston Science Museum, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and the Peabody Essex Museum, just to name a few. But did you know that there is a former utopian community on 210 acres of land that provides an immersive museum experience in Massachusetts? One visit here and you’ll understand why this area was occupied by Transcendentalists for a time.
If you have not yet visited Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, you are missing out. What is your favorite immersive museum experience in Massachusetts? Let us know in the comments. To learn more about Fruitlands Museum and to reserve passes for your visit, head to The Trustees’ website.
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