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The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston opened the doors of its original building Copley Square in 1876. The rapid growth of the collections made a new location necessary, and in 1909, the Museum moved to its present location on Huntington Avenue. Today, as the largest museum in New England and one of the five largest in the country, the Museum services close to a million visitors every year. To augment the permanent collection, the Museum offers a rotating schedule of special exhibitions, highlighting both the Museum's holdings as well as loaned objects from around the world.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, located at 465 Huntington Avenue, is a private, non-profit institution and is one of the few major museums in the country that receives virtually no operating support from the city, state, or federal government.
The MFA is dedicated to serving a wide range of visitors through direct encounters with works of art. Its Department of Education offers numerous programs and classes designed for adults, families, children, students, and visitors with special needs. A diverse selection of public programs including lectures, concerts, and films, is scheduled year round. For more information on the Museum's upcoming educational programs, please call (617) 369-3300.
Major encyclopedic art museum featuring painting, decorative arts, textiles, Japanese and Egyptian art. American and European decorative and fine art; Asiatic, ancient Egyptian, Nubian, Near Eastern, classical art; textiles and costumes; 20th century art: prints, paintings, drawings, photographs; instruments. West Wing open Th-F: 5-10.
CURRENT INSTALLATIONS IN THE PERMANENT GALLERIES
Swords from Bizen Province
Japanese Buddhist Temple Room and Galleries
General admission to the Museum is $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens and college students, and free for youths 17 and under.
Members are admitted for free and Wednesday evenings (4:00 pm 9:45 pm), admission is by voluntary contribution.
There may be an additional charge for admission to special exhibitions in the Gun'd Gallery.
Malcom Rogers, Director
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