Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
289 locals recommend ·
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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.
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Museum of Fine Arts is the fifth largest museum in America with more than 450,000 works of art.
This museum is one of North America's largest and home to 450,000 works of art. It has many wonderful array of paintings and magnificent classical collections. A place to see, awesome!
The Boston Art Museum is large. A bit further from the center, the green subway line leads to it, however if you are willing I highly recommend the walk. The museum is close to Northeastern University and Back Bay Fens Park. The museum's collection is vast; Asia, Africa, Egypt and a large collection…
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