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.
When I went to The Museum of Fine Arts, they had The Monnet exibition, and because he is my favorite I enjoyed so much to be able to see His paintings closer then I ever thought I cud.
It wass one of the best times of my life.
The museum has wonderful collection, atmosphere, and is very professional. It can be easily reached by subway. For those museum lovers, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum which is located next to the MFA is also strongly recommend to visit.
I loved this place! I thought I would hate it at first cause I usually dun like doing artsy stuff, but I loved the European exibits & I got to see the most expensive nice lookin antique cars on display. I never in a millions years thought I would have a good time at a museum, but I did. Oh yea, and check out the Japanese section where they've got real Samurai swords! so cool!
I love coming back to the MFA. Every time I visit it I see something different or I see things I've seen before but in a different way.
The MFA has everything. From activities for kinds as well as adults; it is always fun and always a learning experience.
The only downside is the price; I believe that cultural and educations places such as museums and galleries should be open to the public free of chanrge like they have it in London. More people would come and leave so happy and amazed of what they've seen that they would spend quite a bit of money in the gift shop.
The MFA is a great place to start when Art and Culture is your main interests when douing tourism.
The Museum of Fine Arts embraces the visitor with its aura of serenity the way a lover embraces the beloved with sensuality. Attracted by the beauty and mystery of the art,the viewer is drawn into different time periods and cultures, and lured into following where the meandering corridors lead. Just as one kiss is not enough for a lover, neither is one viewing enough for a visitor. The outside world disppears as one is enveloped by the art inside. One is suddenly thrust back to ancient Egypt, or gently rocked on the swaying lily pads at Giverny. No two visits are alike, but each satisfies.
The Museum of Fine Arts is a treat to the senses, a truly sensual experience proving "serenity in the city".
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is the most important stop you can make when visiting Boston. Many works from the world most notable artists reside there, along with cultural works and impressive modern works.
I have been to the MFA several times because every time my friends came to visit Boston, I took them to the MFA. MFA is something I often recommend. There are so much to see in there. I never finished touring the entire museum in one day, to be honest. I often looked at the exhibits and didn't want to move my feet. The collection is wonderful.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, has something for everyone. For the youngsters, Mummies and everything Egyptian. Beautiful Degas for the young ballerinas. My children enjoyed this museum from a very early age. I consider it a part of their education in the fine arts.
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