Museum of Fine Arts Boston

One of the largest museums in the United States, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston is home to over 450,000 works of art, sculptures, photographs, and more. Stop by with your travel group and explore galleries featuring world renowned artists such as Donatello, Rembrandt, Monet, and more.

Tour the museum and see poignant sculptures by Rodin, capturing the essence of human emotion. See portraits and landscapes done by Vincent Van Gogh, considered one of the best painters in history. Visit the Art of the Americas wing and its 53 new galleries featuring ancient artifacts from the Pre-Columbian era all the way through the 20th century. The diversity and integrity of the artwork at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston makes this one of the world’s finest collections of art and certainly one of the best museums in the country.

Collections and exhibitions range in theme and style from photography and contemporary art to musical instruments, textiles, ancient ceremonial artifacts, Renaissance masterpieces, Asiatic ceramics, the innovative works by American masters, among others. There’s enough art at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston to persuade even the most hardened critics into appreciating the visual arts.

The Museum of Fine Arts is open seven days a week excepting major U.S. holidays. Doors open to the public daily at 10 am and museum services include guided tours lead by gallery instructors, educational programs, special events, and dining services for those who find themselves hungry after spending a day viewing the fantastic artwork.