Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
One of the ten most-attended musuems in the United States, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is also one of the largest museums in the country, featuring 64,000 works from six continents. Come to view the Impressionist and Postimpressionist art, as well as pieces from the Baroque and Renaissance periods, plus sculptures from Africa, South America, the Caribbean islands, and the South Pacific. Check at the entrance or online for details about temporary exhibits. Plan your Museum of Fine Arts, Houston visit and explore what else you can see and do in Houston using our Houston family vacation planner.
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Una colección que tiene diferentes procedencias, lo cual hace un poco rara su disposición y los objetos exhibidos (que responden más al capricho de los donantes). Mal señalizado y te dan un mapa muy p... read more »A collection that has different origins, which makes a little rare willingness and displayed objects (that respond more to the whims of donors). Poorly signposted and give you a very poor map, which makes it more difficult to visit. Not there are audio guides. For the price of admission should give you something more. The exhibitions of the moment are separate cobran.show original
My group from Church went we had a wonderful time, we loved all the exhibits and different parts open that day. Each month or so the exhibits change so check to see whats going on at the MFAH. Akso vi... read more »
Being from NYC we are used to fantastic museums with lots of crowds. However we found this museum to have lots of charm and a fantastic permanent collection. Unlike the museums that we are used to, th... read more »
Every time I go there, I enjoy the masterpiece of great architect "Mies Van Der Rohe". There's a great collection in the museum. You'll enjoy being here.
The place is like any other fine arts museum, not saying it's a bad place. Each month (I could be wrong) they bring in something new or so. There was one day I came to MFAH and they had Legos on a table spread out for people who want to create something, and I thought that pretty neat.
Absolutely love this place! Had a TON of originals my wife or I had ever seen. Michelangelo, Picasos, Dalis! LOVE it! And the tunnel connecting underground is super trippy :)
Multilevel, multilocation world class Museum. Rembrandts, Caravaggios, Claesz hang from its walls. Great architecture and use of space. Special exhibitions are little pricey but worth it.
We had our school field trip here and had a great time admiring the art. A friend of ours knew all the trivia and made the trip so worthwhile. Definitely a stop if you're a tourist who appreciates art. A Metro Rail ride away from the downtown underground food court!
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