This is a must stop for anyone who enjoys the arts. We spent 3+ hours here and could have stayed longer. There were so many rooms and exhibits to see. They also have a cafe. We had coffee and dessert, but you can stop by...More
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Even though I'm not a art specialist, I really enjoyed this museum. I had to visit again and again because it has huge huge collection of various types. The museum itself is very beautiful and very comfortable to look around. All staffs and atmosphere are...More
Expensive museum. I enjoyed the little 'see the highlights' on the back of the guide. Museum isn't too big and it's manageable to see in 2 hours.
Amazing museum with great works of art from all over the world -- from ancient Greece to contemporary art -- from Japanese woodblock prints to early American furniture -- fascinating!
Wow!! Two famous Japanese rival artists fill this exhibit of woodblock prints in two large rooms. I was blown away. The gift shop has several good books and articles that complement the exhibit. These amazing prints are on display until October 3rd, 2017. If you...More
Five of us had a wonderful time roaming the various collections, I am huge fan of the beautiful inlaid furniture and there are wonderful period rooms to view. Degas' ballerina is my favorite but the collection of impressionist paintings is extraordinary. The tickets can be...More
Have really enjoyed my trip to Boston but this museum is superb. Outstanding displays well spaced and explained. Incredible Monet exhibit as well as European and American collections. Combine that with not too many people, high class food that would put many restaurants to shame...More
Boston's Museum of Fine Arts and the Metropolitan Museum in New York were founded within a year of each other in 1870. Like the Red Sox and Yankees ther have been rivals ever since. While the Met is bigger the MFA in many detalis is...More
Every time I come to this museum I am impressed. I am a New Yorker yet several times a year I come to MoFA. I maintain my membership and am never disappointed. This museum always has nice special exhibits but regardless in it's permanent collection...More
The MFA is Boston's best art museum. It has a regular collection of good works, and exhibits that are worth seeing. We have an Annual membership that contributes to the museum and gives us free admission for two and discounted parking. The docent tours are...More