The MIT Museum, which is the only museum on MIT’s campus, is an inspiring visual story of non-stop genius, creativity and innovation.
History of the Museum
The museum was established in 1971 as the “MIT Historical Collections” in order to collect and preserve artifacts that were historically significant to the MIT community.
Later, the museum started to offer exhibits and programs to both the MIT community and the general public, and became known as the “MIT Museum.”
Watch a demonstration at the Museum
MIT Museum Attractions
The MIT museum displays exciting exhibits for visitors interested in science, including artificial intelligence, maritime history, and holography. Technology is also a main theme of the museum, which explores numerous ideas and the innovative inventions that followed. Many of the exhibitions are public and interactive.
Nowadays, the Museum is a pioneer in providing society with the chance to engage in science and technology while simultaneously having some fun.
MIT Museum Map & Directions
The Museum is located at 265 Massachusetts Avenue. You can easily access it from the MBTA Red Line.