Last updated on May 10, 2018
Santiago Ramón y Cajal, founder of modern neuroscience, made transformative discoveries of the anatomy of the brain and nervous system. He was also an exceptional artist. His drawings of the brain were not only beautiful, but also astounding in their capacity to illustrate and understand the details of brain structure and function.
Tours will be led by local and Spanish scientists, artists, and entrepreneurs who will share their unique perspectives on particular aspects of the exhibition.
Location, Transportation, and Parking NotesParking Two-hour metered parking nearby along Massachusetts Avenue and side streets. Public parking in the Le Méridien Hotel garage and Bishop Allen Drive, Central Square, both within close walking distance of the Museum. Public Transportation Subway: The MBTA (the “T”) Red Line stops in Central Square (7-minute walk) and Kendall Square (15-minute walk). Bus: The #1 bus stops at Sidney Street and Massachusetts Avenue (4-minute walk). Other bus lines also stop near the museum.
Grades7th grade-12th grade
Eligibility - additional informationEach tour limited to 20 people. Tickets will be available at the Museum front desk 30 minutes prior to the tour.
Registration/application is not required.