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Museum of Fine Arts
220 State Street
Phone: 413-263-6800 - Tty: 413-263-6812 -
Statement of Purpose
Museum of Fine Arts - Collections include American and European paintings, sculpture, decorative arts and works on paper.
Highlights & Collections
Highlights are Winslow
New Novel and Promenade on the Beach, Frederic Church's New England Scenery and Erastus Salisbury Field's Historical Monument of the American Republic. Also 14th-20th century European paintings with strengths in French, Italian and Dutch, and including works by Degas, Pissarro, Gauguin, Monet and Gericault.
No visit to Springfield would be complete without a stop
at the Quadrangle, a complex of four museums and the main branch of the
Springfield Library, all conveniently arranged around a tree-shaded green.
Welcoming visitors to the entrance of the Quadrangle at the corner of State and
Chestnut streets stands Augustus Saint-Gaudens' statue of The Puritan, erected
Exhibits & Special Events
- Wednesday through Friday, noon-5 p.m.
- Saturday & sunday: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m..
- Also Tuesday during July and August.
- Group tours by appointment.
Admission & Directions:
- $6 for adults; $2 for children ages 6-18; $3 for senior citizens and college students; free for children under 6 and members. Admission fee includes entry into all four Quadrangle museums.
- Admission is free to members of the Springfield Library & Museums and free on
- Fridays to Springfield residents with a current Springfield Library
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