Cambridge, Massachusetts: Discover the Vibrant and Rich City


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Cambridge, Massachusetts surely dazzled me. Its charm separates it from the rest of the places. The world-famous Harvard University is located here. Since this city has a student feel to it, you will get to experience eclectic dining spots and vibrant night-life. There are so many things to doing here that you are never going to get bored. Check out the best things you can do when you are in this city.

Harvard Art Museum

This museum is a part of Harvard University. There are 3 different museums here. The first one opened in 1896. Fog Museum is the oldest one among them. The eclectic artwork of the museum surely took me by surprise. The other two museums are Arthur M. Sackler and the Busch-Reisinger Museum. Arthur M. Sackler has Japanese, Korean, and Chinese pieces.

Harvard Museum of Natural History

This museum opened in 1998 and has more than 12,000 natural specimens. It has the maximum number of footballs in Cambridge. I found meteorites, fossils, gems, and dinosaurs. I came across a specimen of Kronosaurus, the marine animal that is 42 long and belongs to the time of dinosaurs. In case you are visiting with your kids, you will interactive exhibits. It is a Fresh Pond Reservation. This is a park is also a local reservoir. It covers an area of 162 acres of land and 155 acres of lake. I took a walk along the trails which extend over 2 miles. You can also run and cycle. Do you like golf? There is also a golf course at your disposal. It has 9 hole green.

Longfellow House

If you are a literary enthusiast like me, you should surely visit Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s former house. I visited the garden adjacent to the house. You can take guided tours to learn more about the place.