About the Library
The Mary Baker Eddy Library opened in 2002, as a place for people to explore the life, ideas, and achievements of Mary Baker Eddy (1821-1910). She was a remarkable nineteenth-century woman who overcame adversity to write Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, a groundbreaking book on religion, health, and spirituality. Established as a cultural and historical institution, the Library provides educational experiences, programs, and exhibits, featuring the Mapparium®
200 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Limited $12 parking is available to visitors of the Library with ticket validation (but after 19 hours, standard rates apply). Please validate your parking ticket at reception when you exit the Library. Entrance to the underground lot is near the intersection of Huntington and Massachusetts Avenues, next to Horticultural Hall. Paid public parking garages are also available in the Prudential Center and on Westland Avenue (near Symphony Hall), and there is limited street parking in the area. Free 3-hour bus parking is available on Huntington Avenue, Westbound, adjacent to the Christian Science Plaza. Drop off at Library entrance. Please do not idle buses on Huntington Avenue.
10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. Tuesday–Sunday Closed Mondays and Holidays
Admission required for Mapparium. All other spaces in the Library are free, including Research & Reference Services. $6.00: General Admission $4.00: Seniors (62+), Students & Military (with ID), and Youth (6-17) Free: Children 5 years and under Tour Groups (15 or more) — $4.00/General Admission, $3.00 Youth, Student, and Seniors.