Museum Of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is cancelling “Kimono Wednesdays.”
With only a few miles of walking, visitors can view multiple museums, galleries and works of art scattered throughout Boston.
Several dozen museums and cultural sites in Massachusetts will be open for free starting in late June.
One way to tell that spring has finally arrived is with the much-anticipated reopening of the Japanese garden at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Some of the best novelty, gift and even home decor items in town are found inside museum gift shops across Boston.
Get out of a boring weekly routine and beat the winter blues with these five awesome staycation ideas – all within 45 minutes of Boston!
Donny Jo Prevost has crammed several lifetimes’ worth of memories into his 63 years, but it’s only as of this month, that he can finally say his biggest wish has been granted.
From Ancient Egypt, to illustrations, to sound and video, kids will love these five exhibits – especially because two of the exhibits feature an interactive studio where they can create their own art as well!
As one of the country’s most historical cities, Boston has museums that will appeal to anyone’s interests. From art, to environment, to history – here are some great museums to tour.
July 12, 2014 If you like art and are a fan of Latin music, specifically mariachi, then this is a great treat for you! On Wednesday July 23rd the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston […]