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Nestled among the grand masters of art and design in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the diverse dining venues from Restaurant Associates offer artfully prepared dishes for all tastes and budgets.
The MFA is an elegant and memorable venue for a variety of occasions, marrying fine art and fine dining in one of Boston's most spectacular settings. The Museum offers several beautiful spaces that can accommodate everything from bridal showers and anniversary parties for an intimate group, to corporate holiday parties and world-class weddings for several thousand guests.
Bring your group of ten or more people to the MFA for a guided tour or self-guided visit and enjoy discounted admission, a dedicated entrance, and…
Take advantage of special hotel packages that include admission passes by contacting these area hotels. Our list of hotel partners offers a range of styles, locations, and amenities. All packages are subject to availability, and prices may be adjusted at the discretion of the hotel.
Whether you're visiting from across the state or across the globe, the MFA wants to make your visit as easy and enriching as possible.
The Museum offers self-guided and guided tour options of the Museum's collections, and guided tours for special exhibitions. To avoid crowds, we suggest that you visit during the weekday during afternoon hours.
The Kids’ mobile tour introduces young visitors age 6 to 10 to the Art of the Americas collections. The galleries are brought to life with the help of three quirky characters: Lucia, a high school reporter; Steve, an adventurous 10-year-old; and Malone, an art detective. Together they help kids look at art in new, creative ways.
From mummies to modern art, this tour gives you favorite objects from the collection.
Join Christraud Geary, Curator Emerita of African and Oceanic Art, for a look at how African history and aesthetics have influenced modern art and culture over the years. Find out the true material used in Benin “bronzes,” hear from a great-great-granddaughter of an Oba (or king) of Benin, and see how African art objects appeared in their original settings.