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One of America's grandest art museums, the MFA holds American and European paintings from the 7th century to the present.
There's a special focus on American masters from the 18th and 19th centuries: Copley, Winslow Homer, Mary Cassat, John Singer Sargent, and Gilbert Stuart. Full review →
Count on staying a while if you have any hope of seeing what's here. Full review →
One of the world's great art museums, the MFA works nonstop to become even more accessible and interesting. Full review →
The Museum of Fine Arts holdings encompass all eras, from the ancient world to contemporary times, and all areas of the globe, making it truly encyclopedic in scope. Full review →
One of the country's leading museums, the Museum of Fine Arts contains a comprehensive collection of more than 350,000 artworks. Full review →
Arguably one of the top museums in the country. Go for the Copleys. Full review →
Like a combination of the British Museum and the National Gallery, this collection spans the world, but highlights include European Old Masters, Impressionists and the Art of the Americas Wing. Full review →
Founded in 1870, the MFA moved from Copley Square to its current home, a neoclassical granite building on Huntington Avenue—the so-called "Avenue of the Arts"—in 1909. Full review →
The sheer majesty of this world-renowned arts institution would be overwhelming if it weren’t so enchanting. I’ve been delightfully lost many times, wandering through labyrinthine halls. Full review →
The MFA’s encyclopedic collection culls some of the world’s finest treasures, including international and contemporary art, instruments, photographs and textiles Full review →