#929 Museum of Science, Boston New England Habitats Exhibit Features Historic New England Fieldstone
Celebrate the beauty of New England at the Boston Museum of Science. The brand new New England Habitats exhibit features some of New England's favorite attractions such as Wildcat Mountain and the Maine coast. Everything in the exhibit is located within a 150-mile radius, including the Historic New England Fieldstone Thin Veneer that was used to accentuate the display.
Stoneyard.com's Boston Blend of New England Fieldstone is gathered from farms and fields throughout New England. Its true New England earth tones blend harmoniously with its natural environment. A perfect choice for the display, a mixture of Ledgestone and Ashlar shapes were used. Come and experience the beauty of New England and its natural stone at the Boston Museum of Science.
But don't take our word for it, go and explore the New England Habitats exhibit today!
Museum of Science, Boston1 Science Park
Boston, MA 02114
Exhibit Description from the Museum of Science, Boston Website:
"Get a feel for New England's natural environment with these classic dioramas. In addition to these windows on wide-ranging landscapes, the exhibit's model birds, casts of feet, antlers, beaks and other touchable elements make this an interactive experience for curious visitors.
Observe deciduous woods, salty beaches, ocean cliffs and other New England habitats, and see how they look, sound, feel, and smell. Visitors can hear the sound of a beaver smacking its tail against the water in alarm, and understand how the adaptations of New England wildlife resemble human tools.
Represented here are the Katahdin woods, the Maine coast, Crane's Beach, Wildcat Mountain, New Hampshire's Squam Lake, and the Green Mountains of Vermont. All are located in New England within a 150-mile radius, but they are quite varied in their climate, vegetation, and wildlife."