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Fine Arts Boston

Museum of Fine Arts (Boston)

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, is a large, very prominent art institution in the American gallery scene, is the fifth largest museum in the United States and is among the 50 most visited in the world, with nearly 1 million people entering its doors each year. It houses more than 450,000 works of art, including ancient Egyptian, Japanese, and Chinese art; as well as American and European art, specifically an important collection of the Impressionist Paul Cézanne.

See some paintings from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

Front entrance of the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston)
Old photo of the building in Boston Antonio López sculpture in the garden Modern illuminated ceiling Ceiling with metal structure and flying dolls Facade on the building of the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston) Bronze sculpture in the courtyard Sculptures and paintings in interior hall Large gallery inside

465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115, United States.
Near Wentworth Sweeney Field Athletic Field, James P. Kelleher Rose Gardens.
Phone General information: +1 617-267-9300
Tickets: +1 800-440-6975
Restaurant (Bravo): +1 617-369-3474
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Special Hours Days Closed on:
- January 1
- April 16
- July 4
- November 22
- December 25

Entrance closes at 5:00 PM on the following holiday eves:
- November 21
- December 24
- December 31
Subway Station Ruggles
Admission Price - Adults: 25 USD
- Over 65: 23 USD
- Children up to 6 years old: Free
Year Founded 1870
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Highlighted paintings from this museum: