10 am—4:45 pm
Free admission for all! Enjoy engaging art-making activities and tours throughout the day. And don’t miss special exhibitions: “Hokusai,” “In the Wake: Japanese Photographers Respond to 3/11,” “Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott,” and “Elemental.”
Bubble Print Fish | 10 am-4pm; Education Center in Druker Family Pavilion, Room 159
Sculpture | 10 am-4pm; Shapiro Family Courtyard
Storm Sounds | 10 am-4pm; Gallery 280
Drawing in the Galleries | 10 am–4 pm; Calderwood Courtyard
Family Tours | 10:30 am, Noon, 1:30 pm; Shapiro Family Courtyard
Highlight Tours: Art of Japan | 11, 11:30 am, Noon, 12:30, 1, 1:30, 2, 2:30, and 3 pm; Meet at the Sharf Visitor Center
American Sign Language Tour: Japanese Masterpieces | 2:30 pm
Tours en español | 12 y 2:30 pm
Family Guide: Exploring Hokusai | Available at the Sharf Visitor Center
Art Connections | Available at the Sharf Visitor Center
MFA Guide | Available at all ticket desks, Sharf Visitor Center, and the Gund Gallery (LG31)
Access: The MFA is committed to accessibility for all visitors. For information, visit Access, email email@example.com, or call 617-267-9300 or 617-369-3188 (TTY). Wheelchairs and walkers are available at all entrances, first come, first served.
Groups: We do not allow group visits during open house days given the large number of participants. We hope groups may opt to visit on another day to fully enjoy all the MFA has to offer. For more information, please follow these links: Adult and University Groups; School and Youth Groups; Nonprofit Agencies and Community Organizations.
Tickets: Tickets are required for free admission, available at all ticket desks.
Blind or low vision access
Assistive listening device
All programs are wheelchair accessible.
Generously supported by MFA Associates/MFA Senior Associates.