Bostonians love sports, and The Sports Museum of New England has artifacts and exhibits relating to all types of sports from football to figure skating.
About the Sports Museum of New England:
The Boston Park Plaza Hotel is located near many popular Boston Museums. For sports lovers, a can’t-miss Attraction in Boston is The Sports Museum of New England. Founded in 1977, the Museum was formerly housed in Cambridge before moving to its current location inside TD Garden, home of the Celtics and Bruins.
Visitors to this Boston Museum will see sports memorabilia relating to basketball, hockey, baseball, football, and even golf and figure skating. Visitors will see Nancy Kerrigan’s ice skates and a costume that she wore while competing in the Olympics.
Boston Garden was a historic Boston sporting venue that hosted events from its opening in 1928 until it was torn down in 1995. Visitors to The Sports Museum of New England will see several items from Boston Garden including penalty box seats and Larry Bird’s locker. Another popular exhibit at this Attraction in Boston is called Summer of ’41. This exhibit walks visitors through that amazing summer when Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak began.
The Boston Park Plaza Hotel is conveniently located near top Boston Museums, Activities, Restaurants and more. Our Boston Hotel is a perfect choice for both business and leisure travelers, and our luxurious Guest Rooms and attentive service make us a favorite among our guests.
The above is just a small sampling of what you will see when you visit The Sports Museum of New England. Housed on the 5th and 6th floors of TD Garden, this Boston Museum is a must-see for any sports fan. Spend an afternoon browsing the one-of-a-kind pieces of sports memorabilia during your next stay at The Boston Park Plaza Hotel – A Boston Hotel.
Sunday through Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Museum is closed a few days a month for private events. Please check the website for current closure information.
Ages 10 to 18: $5
Under 10: Free