The Museum Of Fine Arts Tours

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Phone: +1-6172679300
Ticket Price: 25 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timing: 10:00 am - 04:45 pm
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September
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Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday

10:00 am - 04:45 pm

Wednesday to Friday

10:00 am - 09:45 pm

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Address: 465 Huntington Ave Boston, MA 02115, United States
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About The Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston

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.

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The Museum Of Fine Arts Tickets Prices

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

How To Get To The Museum Of Fine Arts by Public Transport

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

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  • The museum is amazing. It is the largest museum of art I've had the chance to walk through. I was moved by the local art. The art of our Revolution is amazing. There is so much to see and my wife loves the impressionist exhibit. The Monet paintings are amazing and I enjoyed the Van Gogh paintings. Plan to go on free Fridays and paying only parking is a super deal.

  • Very well documented and showcased displays, mainly antiquities. The music room is wonderful with the opportunity to hear certain instruments and know their history using the optional but reasonably priced headset. Therevare clearly demarcated areas covering different regions of the world. The Egyptian areas in particular are marvelous to behold. You can spend the while day and still not have covered all areas. A must visit when in Boston.

  • During my first visit to this museum, I took a free guided tour offered by knowledgeable personnel. The tour takes you into the museum's highlights and gives you a glimpse into some important artifacts that can be easily dismissed if no one is there to explain them to you. On my second visit there were specific exhibits that I wanted to see and it was easy to find them following the map. This museum sits on a beautiful location and has a diverse work of art. Also offers a variety of activities for all ages.

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  • Incredible huge collection of art. I highly recommend buying the adult ticket through the museum so that you receive a ticket that allows for a return visit within 10 days. You will need a second visit. Trust me. The collection is overwhelming. I also recommend going on either a Thursday or Wednesday night a few hours before closing. Hardly anyone was around and I was able to see some of the more popular pieces from better vantage points.

  • Really great museum. It's huge and has a ton of extremely important artwork so you have to plan if you want to see the highlights. It's impossible to see it all in one visit. The museum itself is really nice and the employees all help you find anything you need. Their rotating exhibits are also great as they get really important exhibits from all over the world. I love that they have a variety from very classical works to very modern works and they have something for everyone.

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