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Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge

(4.7/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Harvard recently renovovated it's physically out of date musuem with care and skill. The ground floor with high glass roof, open to the public without cost, has a pleasant cafe. But the true gems are ...  more »
  • Really enjoyed my visit to Harvard Art Museum. Great experience and a great collection! You could spend hours, but definitely all viewable. Really enjoyed the coin collection! If you're a Cambridge re...  more »
  • One snowy January morning my husband and I decided to take our four year old grandson to the Harvard Art Museum. We had not visited since the re-opening, but previously I had taken many students there...  more »
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  • This is a very good museum. Lots of interesting art from all kinds of periods and places. They have some great guest exhibits too. In addition, the building itself is pretty cool, and the cafe is decent.
  • spent all day sunday here great coolection and a fine exhibition of austrailian aboriginal art
  • I was surprised at the quality and quantity of art here. Beautiful art that includes Picasso, Renoir, Miro, Etc... The museum is free if you live in Cambridge - don't forget to bring proof of residency. It's also free on Saturdays from 10am-noon for Massachusetts residents. Highly recommended. It's a short walk from the T.
  • You can see a wide variety of art objects, historical marks, get an insight into many epochs. Not deep, scientific insight, but a glance at the art as a whole, at its diversity and extent. Art learning is a never ending process, isn't it?
  • Amazing place. From contemporary work to historical works and a nice cafe and gift shop all in one place