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Museum of Fine Arts
#1 of 64 Museums in Boston
Included in the museums collection were artists such as Van Gogh, Manet, Monet, Pissarro, Picasso, Reubens, Gauguin, El Greco as well as a large volume of Egyptian stelae and sarcophagi and early Central and South...
We love visiting museums - sometimes for the culture (fine arts and historical museums), sometimes for the laughs (some contemporary "art" museums).
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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
#4 of 64 Museums in Boston
I relived the thrill & surprise of entering the museums courtyard through my friend's eyes & was proud to call Boston home where we have such diverse & meticulously maintained treasures.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the vision of an extraordinary enthusiast of art and music and literature, numbers among the most remarkable small museums in the country.
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Warren Anatomical Museum
#32 of 64 Museums in Boston
Wonderful little museum in a medical library.
We did go out of our way to visit this museum, as it contains Phineas Gage's skull and we have studied this previously.
Massachusetts Historical Society
#33 of 64 Museums in Boston
This gem of a museum is at the end of Boylston Street and adjacent to an extensive park.
Since I went to college in the Boston area, there wasn't much that I hadn't done here, but this small museum was perfect.
Boston University Observatory
#38 of 64 Museums in Boston
Panopticon Gallery
#45 of 64 Museums in Boston