Learning at New Heights: Skywalk Observatory
Fifty stories and 700 feet above the historic city streets of Boston, groups can find a world of fun and learning while feeling on top of the world at Skywalk Observatory.
Groups will enjoy one-of-a-kind 360-degree views of the city's skyline and suburbs in combination with the Dreams of Freedom Museum, which gives visitors an appreciation for Boston's storied past, remarkable architecture and rich global culture. The exhibit celebrates the important role that immigration has played in shaping Boston—one of the world's most culturally diverse cities, with one out of every three residents born abroad and a population that speaks more than 140 different languages.
Additionally, Interactive game show Who Wants To Be An American? lets adults and kids step up to the podium and compete for a winning spot as an historic expert. Based on actual questions from the United States citizenship test, the state-of-the-art game display provides an entertaining and fun learning opportunity for groups of all ages.
Guests are invited to take a personalized tour of the city with Skywalk Observatory's Acoustiguide audio tour handsets, offering two versions of the tour suitable for adults and children.
Come visit the Skywalk and play: Groups are certain to leave having learned something they didn't know before! To book your next group visit, check out Skywalk Observatory.
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