The Museum Of Fine ArtsCurrently Closed
- Address: 465 Huntington Ave Boston, MA 02115, United States
- 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 Museums, Educational Site, Family And Kids
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.
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.
- Adults $25, Seniors(65+) $23, Students(18+) $23, Youth (1-17) Free.
- Museum of Fine Arts Station (T–Green Line)
- Ruggles Stations and Huntington Ave Bus stop
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91.38% of people who visit Boston include The Museum Of Fine Arts in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
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
90.05% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Museum Of Fine Arts
It is my second time visiting Boston, and the first time visiting Museum of Fine Arts. I was blown away by the Greeks exhibit. I have been in different museums all over the world, but I haven't seen anything like that. I'm now more interested to visit Athens. The museum was amazing well curator. They have monthly demonstration of the musical instruments that they have on display. A professor from Berkeley University came to play the instruments. It was amazing! We went on a Friday so After four it is free! YES! FREE! We spent like three to four hours, time flew so fast that when we realized it was closing time.
Loved coming here while in town on a business trip. The displays and exhibits were beautiful and impressive. Bring your comfy walking shoes though! I made the mistake of wearing work heels and had to cut my visit short. Such a cool place to visit
I won’t be able to put it in words how amazing the place is and to be able to see some of the most coveted masterpieces by great master painters up close was a dream come true. All the sections were excellent and they even had a dedicated section for Monet’s work. It’s not possible to fully explore it in a day and I’d recommend to visit it at least couple of times.
I thoroughly enjoyed the Museum of Fine Arts. The building is extremely interesting by itself, but when you add in all the exhibitions and permanent works it becomes much more. I was there while they were showing AA Milne's works and an exhibition on French pastels. Although I wasn't able to get into the Milne exhibition I enjoyed all of the other wings within the 1.5 hours I had to spend there.
A really cool place to check out if you love and appreciate art from all over the world. They had a Winnie the Pooh exhibit when my fiance and I visited. We loved it!