Check out Northeastern's own Gallery 360, a venue for changing art exhibits.
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is located in the Fenway, close to the NU campus. There's free admission with your NU ID!
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is another treasure in the Fens. There's reduced admission with your NU ID.
Our neighbor, the New England Conservatory, offers a wide of concerts and events; manyof these offerings are free!
Symphony Hall is the home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops. The Hall also hosts a variety of other musical and non-musical events.
Berklee Performance Center offers a wide range of concerts and events.
The Boston Library Consortium (BLC) is a group of 17 academic libraries in New England, many of them in the greater Boston area. The libraries of the BLC share many of their resources. As a NU student you can use any of the libraries of the BLC, and can borrow books directly by obtaining a consortium card from the circulation desk in Snell Library.
A question that we're often asked is: Can I use a library at Harvard?
The answer is: maybe. Borrowing privileges are mostly limited to those at Harvard. There are many libraries at Harvard University and each one has a different visitor policy. Please check the access policy of the library you wish to visit before you go!
America's Most Beloved Ballpark, Fenway Park hosted its first professional baseball game on April 20, 1912. The Red Sox defeated the New York Highlanders — later known as the Yankees — before 27,000 fans,7-6 in 11 innings.
Check out the Mapparium at The Mary Baker Eddy Library in the Christian Science Center.
Walk through the three-story glass globe that shows the world in 1935. How many new countries have been created? How many countries have disappeared? Reduced admission with student ID.