- Museum of Science, Boston (5)
- John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum (2)
- Boston Marathon (4)
Experience the Boston Marathon, the annual marathon hosted by the city of Boston, Massachussetts, on Patriot's Day. Sites feature background information, runners database, race results, photos, interactive route status, and media guide for the world's oldest racing event held on the third Monday of every April.
- Partners in Health
Dedicated to improving health in poor communities through programs in Haiti, Latin America, and the U.S.
- Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2)
- Joslin Diabetes Center
Dedicated solely to diabetes treatment, research, cure, education, and news. Offers lifestyle and nutrition information, discussion groups.
- Scleroderma Foundation (3)
Comprehensive source for Western Massachusetts news, entertainment, sports, chats, classifieds, real estate, and community information.
- Facing History and Ourselves
Teacher training organization engaging students in an examination of racism, prejudice, and anti-Semitism to promote a more informed citizenry.
- Boston Tea Party (9)
Learn about Boston Tea Party, where the American colonists directly protested against Great Britain by destroying crates of tea bricks on ships in Boston Harbor. Sites feature historical background, description, eye witness accounts, pictures, ideas, and opinions about the revolt which sparked the American Revolution.
- Boston Children's Museum (1)
- Education Development Center, Inc. (4)
- Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, The
Showcasing a collection of picture book art from around the world.
- American Antiquarian Society
Independent research library of American history, literature, and culture from the Colonial Era through Reconstruction.
- Volleyball Hall of Fame
Offers visitors a glimpse of a truly American sport from the birth of an idea in 1895, to Olympic gold and beyond
Interactive job search service featuring employment ads, a resume database.