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Museum of Transportation

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15 Newton St
Brookline, MA 02445
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(617) 522-6547
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I'm not a car person at all, but this is a great museum. It's the old home of Larz Anderson, and I love house museums. You can rent out the museum for special events, which can ...

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Great Location, Wonderful Special Events 5/4/2006

I'm not a car person at all, but this is a great museum. It's the old home of Larz Anderson, and I love house museums. You can rent out the museum for special events, which can be a lot of fun. They also have lots of special events they sponsor themselves. Special exhibits, concerts, you name it and they've tried it. Their summertime lawn events are famous (Italian car day, motorcycle day, etc. etc.). In the Spring they have the annual Bonham and Butterfield's Antiques and Classic Car Auction, which is a lot fun. The grounds are terrific place to have a picnic, and at night you get a great view of the lights of downtown Boston (a makeout point sort of place). Their gift shop is good if you have a transportation nut to buy for. more

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Fun Museum 2/5/2006

Learn more about America's first subway system at the Museum of Transportation in Brookline. It is well known that Boston is the first home to the underground trains in America, and now you can learn interesting historical facts to help enhance your visit and knowledge about this area. The staff of this museum is very knowledgeable and typically crowds are at a minimum making this a very enjoyable experience. more
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