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The most amazing collection of art in any university museum! You will be left in awe at the incredible items from various periods in world history and culture. The art from the impressionist period are some of the best pieces ever created. This is a...More
The museum is an excellent way to form a complete and compact idea about modern art, or enrich an already profound knowledge through additional exceptional pieces of art, well presented thematically and well exposed. The collection is housed in a nice and well designed building...More
The Fogg art museum is a gem. Perfect to visit in a couple of hours. Can be combined with a walk through Harvard Yard near by. Collections are very rich and cover Chinese, Greek, Egyptian, Middle Age etc. to contemporary.
This is part of the overall Harvard Art Museum, with two other museums. One admission fee (only $15 at the time of our visit) gets you all 3. In fact, I didn't even notice when we left 1 museum and entered another, it's very seamless....More
Harvard combined three museums into one: the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Arthur M. Sackler Museums. One admission for all three museums! It is worth the price of admission just to go to the Fogg. In fact, it is worth the price of admission just to go...More
Had never heard of Fogg Museum until we met fellow travellers on the underground that morning and they recommended it.
There was a very wide range of art on display, something to please everyone.
Would most defintely recommend a visit here, even for those (like...More
Some of our country's fine art collections are in our Universities. Harvard and Yale are among the finest. Western Mass. also has the Smith and Williams college galleries. The Fogg museum is often overlooked because of the Boston Museum of Fine Art and The Isabelle...More
We visited on a Saturday when any Massachusetts residents are given free admission if entering before noon. A nice surprise! Beautiful building inside, open and spacious with many famous painters represented as well as older art pieces some from 5th century, a lovely small exhibit...More