General Ticketing Information All visitors, regardless of age, require a ticket. All ticket sales are final. Tickets may not be refunded or exchanged,…
To make the most of your group visit to the MFA, please take a look at our Tips for Groups before requesting a visit.
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.
The Museum seeks to enhance the distinction of the collection through the acquisition of works of art by purchase, gift, and bequest. The Museum values quality over quantity. Acquisition activity is a major responsibility of the Curatorial staff, Deputy Director, and Director.
On Thursday, September 28, 2006, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) transferred 13 antiquities to Italy and signed an agreement with the Italian…
Conservation Strategy A condition survey in 2004 showed that close to half of the ceramics in the Museum's Late Archaic and Early Classical Greek gallery were physically unstable. Many of the ceramics, assembled from fragments, were heavily restored before they came to the Museum in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. After more than a century, they were in dire need of conservation. All of the vessels required cleaning and many were plagued with failed adhesives, soluble salts, and discolored restoration paints.