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When: Jan 1, 2018 12am to Dec 31, 2018 12am in Cambridge, MA

Microbial Life: A Universe at the Edge of Sight

Thriving all around, and even within us, is a minute universe of astonishing and diverse lifeforms so small, they cannot be seen by the human eye. Everything from our food, to the air we breathe, to the forest ecosystem, is based on the activity of microbes. These astonishing and diverse lifeforms that live inside and all around us are so small they cannot be seen by the human eye -- until now. The Harvard Museum of Natural History presents a new, unique exhibition, Microbial Life: A Universe at the Edge of Sight. Taking museum visitors through a multi-sensory journey into this fascinating, invisible realm, the Microbial Life odyssey provides a unique opportunity to experience the wonders of microbial activity and the surprisingly stunning beauty of bacterial forms. From a full-scale model kitchen to captivating models from the Harvard Medical School, visitors can delve into the fascinating, invisible realm of microbes: Earth's first inhabitants.

When: Feb 17, 2018 12am to Dec 31, 2018 12am in Cambridge, MA

Harvard Square Chocolate Tour

Information: Off The Beaten Path Food Tours - Harvard Square Chocolate Tour Ongoing Saturdays year-round, 2pm and 7pm Nearest T Stop: Red Line to Harvard Square Our guides will take you on a delectable chocolate journey throughout Harvard Square. Uncover the history of chocolate and the Square on this memorable afternoon or date night. Book via www.offthebeatenpathfoodtours.com Details: Calling all chocoholics! Let us romance your senses on a Harvard Square, Cambridge Chocolate Tour! Join us for a delectable adventure through historical Harvard Square. You'll hear interesting stories about the Square, learn fun facts about chocolate, and sample the best and most interesting chocolaty treats around. Located right outside of Boston in Cambridge on the Red Line MBTA Train Stop, Harvard Square is home to Harvard University and also has a flourishing food scene with some of the best and most unique food in the city. Each tour is a fun 90 minutes and includes 4-7 stops with plenty of treats and less than a mile of walking. We can't wait to take you on a unique, chocolate adventure! Tour sold out or can't make it this time? Join us on another tour! We also offer: - Harvard Square Food Tour on Sundays at 12pm - Davis Square, Somerville Food Tour on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 10am and 2pm - Union Square, Somerville Food Tour on Sundays at 2pm - Jamaica Plain Food Tour on Saturdays and Sundays at 11am ​ This tour is suitable for all ages. Must purchase tickets in advance. $35/pp

When: Apr 14, 2018 12am to Dec 29, 2018 12am in Cambridge, MA

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777 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA 02139

The Courtyard Marriott hotel is located on the Banks of the Charles River in Cambridge near MIT, BU, Harvard & Fenway Park in Boston. Amenities include spacious rooms with free wireless High-Speed Internet Access, cable TV with HBO, luxurious bedding, mini-fridge & more.
About Cambridge, MA
Cambridge Massachusetts is known for a unique mix of cultural and social diversity rich with history and you'll find local information within the city guide. Cambridge is home to renowned establishments of higher education-among them Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Select from the list of categories to find local businesses and local community information.

Over one fourth of its residents are college students and one sixth of all its jobs are in higher education. More than just a college town, Cambridge has long been an industrial innovator and at one point it was the third largest industrial center in the Commonwealth. Former factory buildings now house cutting edge firms focused on the latest emerging technologies.

Students from 64 different nations attend the public schools and 46 different languages are spoken here. The city is located along the Charles River just to the west of Boston. It is accessible to the world through its many public transportation options. It is also accessible via major roadways which include Route 2 and the Mass Turnpike (Interstate 90).

An out of town visitor can expect to enjoy one of Cambridge's many parks, attend one of its numerous cultural festivals, shop in its many retail areas that include Harvard Square and Central Square and dine in any one of its top shelf of neighborhood restaurants.