The Museum Of Fine Arts

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  • Address: 465 Huntington Ave Boston, MA 02115, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 04:45 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-6172679300
  • Ticket Price: 25 USD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museum, Educational Site, Family And Kids

The Museum Of Fine Arts - Review

The Boston Museum of Fine Arts could be acknowledged as an intriguing mixture of two other internationally celebrated vaults of fine symbolization: the Musee d'orsay of Paris, and the British Museum of London. It’s one of the largest museums in the country, boasting a collection of almost half a million items, and attracts over a million vivitors every year. 

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It’s exhibits include a collection of Egyption artefacts and jewelry, 18th and 18th century American Art, one of the worlds largest collection of Japanese art outside of Japan and varios French Impressionist and Post-Impresionist works.Outside the museum, the Gund Gallery hosts temporary exhibits.

The Museum Of Fine Arts Ticket Prices

  • Adults $25, Seniors(65+) $23, Students(18+) $23, Youth (1-17) Free.

How To reach The Museum Of Fine Arts by Public Transport

  • Museum of Fine Arts Station (T–Green Line)
  • Ruggles Stations and Huntington Ave Bus stop

Restaurants Near The Museum Of Fine Arts

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  • Boston Market

 

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  • The Museum Of Fine Arts Address: 465 Huntington Ave Boston, MA 02115, United States
  • The Museum Of Fine Arts Contact Number: +1-6172679300
  • The Museum Of Fine Arts Timing: 10:00 am - 04:45 pm
  • The Museum Of Fine Arts Price: 25 USD
  • Time required to visit The Museum Of Fine Arts: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 91.44% of people who visit Boston include The Museum Of Fine Arts in their plan

  • 78.82% of people start their The Museum Of Fine Arts visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Museum Of Fine Arts

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The Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston Reviews

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  • World class museum beautifully laid out with something for everyone. It’s very large and could easily take up 4-5hrs. I recommend choosing about half of the exhibits or breaking up with a lunch. There is a beautiful atrium which would be a great spot to recharge and grab a bite. The Monet room is beautiful and the modern art very cool. The American art was steeped in history. This is a must do.

  • There are so many things you can do in MFA! Exhibitions, classes, lectures, movies, events....you name it! Some many incredible pieces are on display in MFA. Incredible collection of Impressionists! Museum that anyone around the globe only dreams of visiting is right in our beautiful Boston! And for NU students the admission is free! So definitely go there

  • Amazing collection of art and history. You can easily spend an entire day here. Being able to see ancient artifacts that were made thousands of years ago gives you a profound sense of connection. There are several rooms with floor-to-ceiling paintings that need to be seen in person to take in their full glory.

  • Love the MFA! I don't think words can describe how great and how important it is to go and visit! There's always new things on display and there's always events going on. As a COF student I'm able to get in for free with membership perks however the normal admission is not bad for the quality and quantity of content there is to explore at the museum! Two visits will never be the same because there's just SO much to see! Honestly could take almost a full week if you're there from opening to close to see all of it!

  • Consider membership if you will attend twice in a year. It offers the best cost plus perks (free film tickets, parking discount, etc.). It is an excellent classic fine arts museum with a large, permanent collection (periodic display changes) and a tranquil Japanese garden (accessible outdoors even if you don't go into the museum). A bit of a labyrinth due to growth and collections often go from one floor to the next; plan in advance. Contrary to previously posted information, there is a (small) AAA discount. You can get free admission with certain credit cards at certain limited times. New citizens get one year of membership free.

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