How Do You See the World? experience with the Mapparium™ globe




Monday–Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Sunday, 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.


$6.00 — Adults

$5.00 — Seniors (62+), Students (with ID), First Responders (with ID)

$2.00 — Card to Culture (up to four adults with EBT and/or WIC card)

Free — Children (0–17). Free admission is also offered for select others. Please see website for details.

About How Do You See the World? experience with the Mapparium™ globe

The “How Do You See the World?” experience at the Christian Science Plaza delves into tales of global progress, showcasing how people worldwide have conquered obstacles and found hope. Families can engage in interactive exhibits, including a unique light and sound show within one of Boston’s most renowned landmarks, the stained glass Mapparium™ globe. A special program tailored for kids adds to the excitement.

Don’t forget to explore the surrounding interactive exhibits, featuring musical scores, multimedia tables, interactive displays, and historical artifacts. Families can engage with the Explorer’s Activity Book, as they discover stories from The Christian Science Monitor of individuals making a difference in their communities. During their visit, they’ll also learn about Mary Baker Eddy (1821-1910), the founder of the Christian Science church and the Monitor, and her enduring passion for the Bible’s relevance to modern-day universal questions.

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