The MFA is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world with art from ancient Egyptian to contemporary, special exhibitions, and innovative programs.
Don't miss the daily tours too. There are different tours focusing on different subjects ranging from collection highlights tour to European arts etc. Docents are excellent.
Largest collection of Egyptian antiquities outside Cairo from authorized excavations in the 1900s. Impressive range of artworks from ancient to contemporary. Show Isabella Gardner tic and get $2 off.
Very good American art section,... definitely go have a look at their Thomas Eakins collection
You need a full day or more, there is a very good variety, very nice bookstote
Bank of America offers free admission on first weekends of every month. Just show your ATM card.
World class museum.
2015 Best Museum: "[over past year, has] regularly integrated [performance art] … maintained a consistently edgy and eclectic film program … launched its first-ever mobile app as artwork."
They have art...you can sit on.
Don't touch that. It's art.
Free every Wednesday after 4pm.
Such a cool experience. Pace yourself, it's pretty huge.
Wednesday afternoons are free for everyone. Students are free every day.
Had a perfect experience there. It was beautifullllllllll and mesmerizing.
Good place to go
Wonderful exhibits I really enjoyed art and bloom
Catch the The Great Wave Off Kanagawa in the Hokusai exhibit, between 4/5 through 8/9.
Use the rear entrance (State Street Corp. Fenway Entrance) if crowded
Visit often if you are a student, it's free for most Boston students! The MFA is one of the nation's best museums. You will miss it when you leave Boston.
Have a question? Ask the staff! They're among the nicest of any museum I've visited.
Break up your visit with lunch at the New American Cafe. Good food and reasonably priced wine.
If you love art and history this is a full day must
Great museum with a wonderful range of art from around the world and throughout history.
Great museum, new wings are beautiful! Wednesday nights are free after 4pm, museum closes @9:45
The employees are super friendly and helpful. You definitely need more than one day to see everything.
It's surprisingly big and there are small exhibitions hidden everywhere. Be patient and keep exploring...
You could spend all day here! A true treasure of Boston!
The Goya exhibit is astounding in depth and breadth.
There is no better place than the Chinese Buddhist sculpture room to sit down and write.
Free for most local college students!
One of the best art museums I've been to. One day won't be enough to see it all, especially if you want to catch a movie.
Boston's preeminent art museum.
Such a great museum. I like the fact that I leave the museum and come back later within 10 days.
The back entrance almost never has a line for entry.
Incredible selection of American art from the puritans through to contemporary. Also the European impressionist collection is small but excellent.
My #1 place to go sit and breathe during stressful times.
Get here early, this place is huge!!! Wear comfortable shoes as well
Free admissions every first weekend of the month with the Bank of America credit or debit card.
Beautiful museum. There are tons of exhibits so be sure to reserve at least a couple hours for it
Next to Isabella Stewart Gardner museum
If you have a bank if America card admission is free the first weekend of the month
Free tour is very good
Get 50% off entry if you bring in a can of tomato soup!!
Go to the cafe first to get wine to deal with the boredom, and you will look sophisticated.
Any of the big schools in Boston. This is free bring your ID. Also goes for most of, if not all, the Colleges of the Fenway Schools.
Parking there is pretty limited so I'd advise you try and take the green line (line E) there instead