First opened in 1876, Museum of Fine Arts is one of the best in the United States and has sponsored impressive shows on Monet ... More
Museum of Fine Arts
First opened in 1876, Museum of Fine Arts is one of the best in the United States and has sponsored impressive shows on Monet and John Singer Sargent. The MFA has outstanding collections of Impressionist art, early American art and artifacts, and Asian and Egyptian art. The museum also hosts lectures, musical performances and films.
The first time I visited this museum, I wondered why I had not gone sooner. I was 19 then and have since been there inumerable times. There's such a 'feeling' of tranquility that envelopes you when you there. You have not been to ALL of the finest museums, if you have not been to the MFA.
I enjoyed the classical pieces of art as well as the contemporary pieces. A great painting collection of most important artist. The museum has John Singer Seargent, Picasso, Renoir, Rembrandt, Georgia Okeefe, etc. Paintings scan 500 years of art. A great Egyptian art collection. Wonderful furniture from New England. Historical American portraits of George and Martha Washington and other portraits of American patriots. A sparkling sterling silver collection. Asian art collection.
Building is beautiful with details from hand painted ceiling murals to marble floors.
A very good value for the money.
This museum is very impressive. Although it is not as large as the MET, there is too much to take in at once. The mummies are incredible-- other highlights for me include Asia, ancient Greece and Rome, and the modern artwork.
I love museums anyway, but this one is really amazing. There are so many beautiful things there. Not to mention, there is a variety of things. It's not all just art ona wall. I think most people get discouraged by art museums, they think it will be boring. There is no way to be bored at this museum!
My family's favorite art museum. The building's very attractive and yet not cold and confusing. The staff are friendy and helpful and, most of all, the art is great. And the choice of restaurants is, too.
Beautiful! French Impressionist exhibition was amazing! I love this place. Its one of my favorite things to do in Boston. It's worth what you pay but there are so many ways to get discounts. People need this kind of culture in today's world.
Easy access to this museum.
Responable prices including childrens prices.
Ample parking with handicap access.
Helpful attendents and aids at the museum.
Endless display of fine art on many floors.
Many places to stop, rest and get nourishment.
Wonderful mix of painting and sculpture.
Grand landscaping and visual appeal throughout.
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