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Museum of Fine Arts

Category: Arts + Monuments + Museums

107 West Palace Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87508

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Museum of Fine Arts - Reviews from across the web

"Great place to visit while in Boston." - user review
This is a great place to visit while in Boston,the paintings,art sculptures & different array of art displays are excellent to see,& its great the museum allows some...

First let me say, Im... - user review
First let me say, Im biased. I work here. The lovely Beaux Arts building dates to 1907, and in 1981, I.M. Peis West Wing addition opened to the public. The Gund Gallery is th...

Worth Checking Out - user review
Recently returned from a week in Boston and spent a good day at the MFA. It's was a great way to make up for the cold and wet weather outside. We were there to see the Ansel Adams e...

Museum of Fine Arts | Museum/Attraction Review | Santa Fe | Frommers.com - expert review
Located opposite the Palace of the Governors, this was one of the first pueblo revival-style buildings constructed in Santa ...

One of the finest - user review
The first time I visited this museum, I wondered why I had not gone sooner. I was 19 then and have since been there inumerable times. Theres such a feeling of tranquility...

Museum of Fine Arts - user review
This is a great museum which showcases the talents of the people who lived and were a part of Santa Fe. It also has contemporary art as well as paintings and sculptures by local artists. The gift shop is extraordinary. Within the structure is a meditative court...

A learning experince - user review
Some of the greatest artwork in the world. My only disappointment was I did not allow a full day ,to tour. Museum closed before I could...

Museum of Fine Arts | Museum/Attraction Review | St. Petersburg | Frommers.com - expert review
Resembling a Mediterranean villa on the waterfront, this museum houses an excellent permanent collection of European, American, pre-Colombian, and Far Eastern art, with works by such artists as Fragonard, Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, and Gauguin. Other highlights include period rooms with antiques...

Kids not welcome - user review
This museum has an excellent collection of paintings from the U.S. (and some from outside) They do not deal well with any youth. I have taken my class on a field trip and taken a Church y...

MFA Great place - user review
My boyfriend and I went here for a weekend getway and we found the museum to be a great place. All the exhibit were ...

Great Museum - user review
This attraction is well worth the money. Spend a day and absord the great displays of priceless art, American, European and Global. I would highly recommend this attraction and the ...

wonderful experience - user review
While I was hesitant to visit this museum after reading a previous review, I noted the discrepancies within said review, put aside the negative comment regarding the museum's attitude to...

This is a great museum! - user review
This museum is within walking distance to the Vinoy hotel, the Pier and many shops and restaurants. It has a diverse collection with a little of everything ranging from ancient his...

Spend the day at the MFA... - user review
I absolutely adore this museum. I could get lost in the galleries, studying the paintings by renaissance artists, old masters, impressionists and modern artists. Make a point ...

Boston Museum of Fine Arts - user review
Love Art. Visit the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. This is my favorite place to go when I need to relax and enjoy a talent I do not have. Opened in 1876, this art museum is on...

MFA Exhibit Sheds Light on The Mystery of Buried Gold Treasure - expert review
Buried treasure plus mystery add up to an exciting exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), Boston. Ancient Gold: The Wealth of the Thracians, Treasures from the Republic of Bulgaria, on view in the Michael and Lois B. Torf Gallery through June 6, is a dazzling display of buried treasure. The ex...

Museum of Fine Arts - expert review
Count on staying a while if you have any hope of even beginning to see what's here. Eclecticism and thoroughness, often an incompatible pair, have coexisted agreeably at the MFA since its earliest days. From Renaissance and baroque masters to impressionist marvels to African masks to sublime samples...

Wide Variety of Art - user review
I enjoyed the classical pieces of art as well as the contemporary pieces. A great painting collection of most important artist. The museum has John Singer Seargent, Picasso, Renoir, R...

The Museum of Fine Arts... - expert review
The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) is a rare treasure, even if art museums have never been your favorite tourist spots. The vast number of collections are unique, combining classic an...

this is a title - user review
i liked the greek urns because they were so disassociated from my life, being an engineering student. i could say much more than the required 25 words, but unfortunately, no...

Nice but expensive - user review
I think the general admission rate is a bit too high, although, one can say that this may be to keep out the riff-raff. Great presentations, moods in each gallary fit the time period...

Piggy, piggy, piggy - user review
We recently went to see the Edward Hopper exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. The show was wonderful, but the museum clearly views it as an opportunity to maximize its revenue at...

Museum of Fine Arts | Museum/Attraction Review | Boston | Frommers.com - expert review
One of the worlds great art museums, the MFA works nonstop to become even more accessible and interesting. Youre sure to find something entrancing in these magnificent collections. Every installation reflects a curatorial attitude that makes even those...

MFA has must-see mix of art and history - user review
The advantages and enjoyable aspects of the Museum of Fine Arts are many: it is open 7 days a week (late on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday), has collections of all cutures, from Ancient Eg...

Americans in Paris and so much more! - user review
The Americans in Paris exhibition was the driving factor in our flying to Boston, and we used the Millennium Bostonian's Museum of Fine Arts package. John Singer Sargent, Mary Cassa...

Excellent!! - user review
An astonishing display of art and historical artifacts. I took some great pictures, as no-flash photography is allowed in most areas of the museum. Well worth th...

Museum of Fine Arts Boston - user review
Hey! you think as you hop off the T at the Museum stop and catch your first glimpse of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, It's a mini Metropolitan Museum of Art. This assessment actually isn't far off the mark. The MFA wasn't designed by Richard Morris Hunt, as was the Met, but it has a similarly imposin...

Wonderful Little Museum - user review
A great collection of impressionists and old masters. Nice visiting collections of Chinese art and American photography. Large enough to see some wonderful pieces, small enough t...

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