Walk in Boston # 4, sculpture and architecture at MIT, is a self-guided tour not exactly in Boston but in Cambridge, on the other side of the Charles River. It will allow you to say you went to MIT!
You’ll discover many outdoor sculptures on the campus, charming robots in the museum, stunning architecture everywhere and pretty views of Boston and the Charles river.
The map gives you an approximation of your general direction; the real tour use pathways and hallways inside MIT.
Once on the campus, you’ll find its map at the LIST center, at the beginning of this tour. It will allow you to find your way more easily.
Highlights: LIST visual center, Stata center, MIT museum, the Dome, the Alchemist, Killian Court, Charles river, Back Bay, Memorial Drive, infinite corridor, chapel, Calder’s Big Sail, Nano Center.
MIT is closed to the public at this time. The explanations of the walk will be updated once it’s possible to do this tour again.