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Best things to do in Middlesex County

Library
“One of the most spectacular libraries in the country. Come be inspired and also check out the new wing and see tapings of NPR!”
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History Museum
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“The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is the presidential library and museum of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States.”
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Library
“A must check out Library. Its our pride. Take your laptop and spend a few hours working from here. You will be refreshed. ”
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Library
“It is SO cool, you walk THROUGH a stain-glass globe of the world, that has amazing acoustic qualities. One of a kind and worth your time. ”
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Library
“Located in downtown was founded on 1875. The scope of their collection ranges from colonial to twentieth century. Learn there about artist Harvey Ball, born and raise in Worcester, he create the smile face :)”
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College Library
“Great place to start your Harvard University tour. This is the main library with iconic views of Harvard Yard. This is where commencement takes place as well as other big events throughout the school year.”
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University
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Library
“Founded in 1807, the Boston Athenæum is one of the oldest and most distinguished independent libraries and cultural institutions in the county. Their iconic address at 10½ Beacon Street opens its doors to the public through a variety of admission and tour options. Check out their website and book early to grab a spot.”
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Library
“Our wonderful library offers programs & concerts for all ages. Check out Memorial Hall for more history on Andover.”
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Library
“A great local secret! There is a branch library right around the corner a few blocks from our location. Do check out the Cambridge Collins Branch Library on Aberdeen Ave. Then hop onto the NO 72 electric trolley bus for a direct ride to Harvard Square for more bookstores and the main Cambridge Library!”
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Library
“About 1 block away. They have a kids area upstairs with a few toys and lots of books. On Tuesdays at 11:00am they have a Toddler Storytime. On Thursdays at 11:30, they have a sing along for the children. Our son loves it.”
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Library
“After an extensive renovation, the Brighton branch of the BPL reopened in December 2010 and today is one of the nicest places in Boston to relax and catch up on reading. Curl up on the lounge area’s beautiful red couch, overlooking the library’s serenity garden, or enjoy one of the bean-shaped chairs in the story nook or a high-rise table in the teen café area. The branch offers a wide selection of readings, lectures, and concerts and has a good collection of books on Brighton-Allston history, as well as photographs from the Brighton-Allston Historical Society’s archives. Oral histories of Brighton residents will soon be available online, and the library also offers a wide selection of reading materials in Spanish and Russian. Find a calendar of events here. The library is one of the first renovated buildings in Boston to incorporate U.S. Green Building Council LEED standards.”
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History Museum
“This is a really fascinating, small museum dedicated to Armenian history and immigration. Watertown is home to over 12,000 Armenian-Americans. ”
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Library
“It is right down the street and renovated last year. There is a great children's area as well as areas to work or hold a conference.”
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Library
“Beautifully renovated in 2006. Watertown citizens have a public library where they can pursue interests of all kinds -informational, recreational and educational. ”
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