Founded : 1870
Address : 465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115, USA
Affiliation : School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts
Number of Art Works : Around 450,000
Architect : Guy Lowell
Hours : 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (Saturday- Tuesday), 10:00 am to 10:00 pm (Wednesday- Friday)
Admission Fee : USD 25 (adults), USD 23 (65 and above, students 18 and above), Free/ USD 10 (ages 7-17, conditions apply), Free (ages 6 and below), Free (members)
Closed On : New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, Patriot’s Day, 4th of July
Notable Collections : Hartley collection, Rockefeller collection, Rothschild collection, Ancient Egyptian artefacts, Art of Asia, Art of the Ancient World, Art of Europe etc.
Exhibitions : Collecting Stories: The Invention of Folk Art, Read My Lips, Community Arts Initiative: Exchange Codes, Black Histories, Black Futures etc.
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Museum of Fine Arts is a public museum in Boston that houses over 450,000 pieces of art work and happens to be the world's 17th largest museum. With a large number of collections like Arts of Africa and Oceania, Art of the Americas, Egyptian artefacts, photographs, musical instruments, jewellery etc., the museum garners over a million visitors every year.
Originally established in Copley Square in 1870 and later moved to Fenway in 1909, Museum of Fine Arts or MFA Boston is one of the most frequently visited museums not just in Boston but in the world. With over 450,000 art works and 8,161 paintings (second only to Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC), it was the 52nd most commonly visited art museums in the entire world as of 2019 and the 17th largest as well. Affiliated to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, it not only houses art works like paintings, drawings, jewellery, instruments etc. but also hosts many exhibitions.
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