Dreams of Freedom Museum
BOSTON’S ONLY EDUCATIONAL IMMIGRATION EXPERIENCE
The exhibit celebrates the important role that immigration has played in shaping this unique city. Boston is one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities, with one out of every three residents born abroad, and a population that speaks more than 140 different languages.
Acoustiguide Audio Tour
All visitors to the Skywalk Observatory are invited to take a personalized tour of the city with our Acoustiguide audio tour handsets, which offer two versions of the tour: one for children and one for adults. School groups can conclude their tour of the Skywalk by enjoying our state of the art movie theater, which continually runs two short films: “Wings Over Boston,” an up-close feel of the entire city, and “Dreams of Freedom,” a multimedia journey through time. Adult tour available in English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese and Mandarin. Child tour available in English.
An Exceptional Spot for a Class Field Trip.
Not only do children of all ages find the view from 750 feet in the air to be truly exhilarating, but teachers become equally excited by the vast array of enriching and interactive exhibits that showcase Boston’s cultural history. The Skywalk is proud of Boston’s world-wide reputation as an international center of education, and we are excited to work with educators and provide materials that will help make their field trip as engaging and informative as possible. The Dreams of Freedom museum exhibits were designed to meet Massachusetts curriculum standards, and are age appropriate for elementary, middle, and high school students.
“Students enjoy the view and learning about Boston. They appreciate the visit to the Skywalk because they can see Fenway Park, the John Hancock Tower, and all the places they’ve been since they arrived in the city.”
—Hélène Quirion, Voyages Tour Etudiante
Besides being one of Boston’s top tourist attractions, the Skywalk Observatory is a fun way for students of all ages to celebrate the diverse culture of Boston.
For more information about educational offerings or booking a group reservation, call (617) 859-0648 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.