Paintings are abundant, but the lovely sculpture garden is also worth viewing. Film buffs love the museum for its weekly showing of classic and foreign films.
Are you a member? It's one of the best deals in town. Free entry, discounts at the store, monthly socials and art preview events.
Free on Thursdays!
Open until 9pm on Thursdays and already mentioned...FREE!
Ask for a Family Pack at the front desk – it’s filled with art appreciation games and hands-on activities. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
It's HUGE. Enjoy the art, special collections, a movie,and even a tasty meal at the Museum's Cafe Express
Closed on Mondays except for holiday Mondays.
Walk through the tunnel that runs under the street. I never visit without walking there.
I've been to almost every major museum in the world and I must say the food here at the cafe is the best I've had at any museum
Ask the sentries if you can touch.
Small, but very nice collection of impressionist works! Monet. Pissarro, Renoir, Cezanne, Sisley, Manet and more!
Thursday is the best day to explore the museum. Free admission, open until 9 p.m. and often has gallery talks and tours.
See Picasso's Black and White Exhibit
Dress to impress!
Save big bucks with the CityPass for 5 venues... The Cafe Express restaurant is a tasty part of the MFAH as well! Don't forget to walk the 'tunnel' between the two buildings :D
Thursday evening, free admission.
Bath room signs are small and hard to find.
I was able to combine my AAA and college discounts
Web Developer Rachel: "I've always liked art museums, and the MFAH is definitely one of my new favorites. It helps that you can also go see films here if you don't feel like walking around."
Amazing collections! Be sure to visit Turrell exhibit while it is available!
Take your time and immerse yourself in art
So many BASKETS!!!
Pradas of Spain special exhibit!! Thursdays free admission!!
Excellent. Go as much as you can and get as much info as possible.
Impress your clients with a new-found understanding of Impressionist art after you leave this locale in the heart of Houston's Museum District. Just make sure to exit through the gift shop…
Wish you could experience this everyday?? Now you can! Just move to The Plaza right down the street!
Has a cafe express in the bottom level of the building. And the museum is free on Thursdays!
This is a nice place 2 go 2 & look @ fine art in Houston.
Tunnel connecting buildings is quite cool
The MFA folks don't allow bike parking on the railings and poles around the campus. You'll find a bike rack hidden in the parking garage or you can store it at the coat check in the Beck Building.
Be sure to go on Thursday after 4 PM. They are open late and admission is free!
It's free on Thursdays after 4 PM, so get here now!
Free access on Thursdays ! Thanks to Shell !
Free admission on Thursday
Beautiful and unusual collection of Egyptomania in MFAH "law" building
Parking lot across from museum fills quickly on weekends & other busy days. Park for free 2 blocks away at Glassell School (5101 Montrose). Bonus?- Cullen Sculpture Garden is on the two-block route.
As mentioned, here's "Walking Man" by Auguste Rodin on display at the Cullen Sculpture Garden. Admission is included, and it's just across Bissonnet St from the main Beck & Law gallery buildings.