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Museum of Fine Arts


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465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

 (617) 267-9300

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"Boston Duck Tours, explore Seaport District and North End neighborhoods, Museum of Science, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, shopping along Newbury St and Copley Place."  See More

"We also love walking around Copley Square and the Back Bay Fenway Park and the Museum of Fine Arts are also favorites."  See More

"If you love museums, do go to our Museum of Fine Arts, but also stop at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum-- very close to it--a unique former home/palace of an eccentric woman art collector with an incredible art collection."  See More

"Take part of a day to go to the Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum practically next door, and have a great lunch at either one."  See More

"You can check out the Museum of Fine Arts , the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum or the Harvard Art Museums."  See More

"There's the Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, Boston Common, and the New England Aquarium."  See More

"Boston is a very lively and walkable city and I'm sure you're going to like it! For starters do the Freedom Trail which takes you through the most important sites associated with the start of the American Revolution. Plus you're going to see most of downtown Boston and the North End in that way! Beacon Hill is lovely for a walk (and is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boston. Definitely check out Acorn St which is said to be the most photographed street in the US. Relevant posts here: /"  See More

"Museum wise (if you're interested) there's the Museum of Fine Arts , Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Harvard Art Museums."  See More

"I love the New England Aquarium from that area you can take a sail boat for amazing views of Boston Horbor with Come Sail Away Now If you are more into museums there is the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art A typically tourist thing to do, and free to walk around would be to follow the Freedom Trail and visit Faneuil Hall for some amazing eats."  See More

"It's a great way to get out to the Museum of Fine Arts."  See More

"Museum of Fine Arts is a nice place if you're into museums."  See More

"There is a Chinatown Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, lots of places to eat seafood and pizza, and old buildings to enjoy."  See More

"If so, the Museum of Fine Arts is a must-see."  See More

"These include Fenway Park (for the sports fan), the Museum of Fine Arts and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (for the art lover), and Newbury Street (mostly people watching)."  See More

"If you're an art lover: You won't be disappointed by the Museum of Fine Arts at all, but I've always found the Institute of Contemporary Art to be incredibly fascinating as well."  See More

"The Museum of Fine Arts is exquisite if you are an art afficionato."  See More

"If you enjoy art I highly recommend checking out the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art."  See More








   
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