The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is one of the world's great art museums with masterpieces from around the world and across the ages. We have a rich collection including such icons as Paul Revere's silver Liberty bowl, a collection of Asian art that is unrivaled in the Western world, the finest collection of Monets outside of Paris, and treasures from Egypt and the ancient world.
In November 2010, the MFA opened its Art of the Americas Wing, displaying more than 5,000 works from the Museum's American collections, more than double the number previously on view. For the first time since the Museum‘s founding in 1870, magnificent works representing all of the Americas are presented together in a wide range of media, including paintings, sculpture, works on paper, furniture, decorative arts, and musical instruments, as well as textiles, fashions, and jewelry.
As part of its transformational expansion and renovation project, and as a signal to the group community that we are ready and eager to welcome you, the Museum renovated its west wing entrance and made it a dedicated entrance for group visitors. A new bus parking lot is located just outside the doors.
The Museum offers guided tours and self-guided visits with a group discount for groups of ten or more. For complete information on groups visits to the MFA, please visit mfa.org/groups.