The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

1001 Bissonnet St, Houston, TX 77005, USA

About The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

4.7 / 5

from reviews

Alexey Batchenkov
-
October 26, 2020

Unfortunately I was able to spend only four hours in there. So I could visit their main campus only. It has great collection of ancient art. I liked very much their impressionism and postimpressionism collection. The only one disturbing thing there was the light. I had a strong feeling it was set up wrong way. It could be subjective though. The exhibitions of Indian, Indonesian, Mexican and South American ancient masterpieces were incredible. Great exhibition of Islamic art.

Marie Neely
-
August 22, 2020

Went to see exhibition called Soul Of A Nation. It was laid out beautifully. Very informative, provocative and interesting to view. Staff greeted us upon entering. Policies in place due to covid-19 such as mandatory masks and temperature checks. I bought our tickets online which was suggested. All in all still a great experience. Go to the museum!

Osula Lam
-
October 19, 2020

I spent 1.5 hours at this museum. They have quite the collection of jewelry and gold from all over the world. Parking is a pain so I went to this and the Museum of Natural Sciences one right after the other. Their cafe is closed due to COVID. Make sure you take a map or you might miss some of the exhibits. I couldn't bring the map up through their website. I would say their collection is comparable to the Arts Museum in San Antonio, but the one in Dallas is a lot more impressive. All the fancy jewelry at this museum makes it worth it though.

Pirozhock S Kotom
-
August 09, 2020

Really good place, finding parking might be tricky though. The Museum has several buildings, but we were able to visit only one ( dunno, maybe it’s because of COVID-19 era we are currently in). The collection is really impressive, spacious halls and really friendly staff. The thing that absolutely blew my mind is that they have some stuff from ancient Egypt that is like 3-4 thousands years old. Want to get back and explore this place some more!

Climbing Kitten
-
September 30, 2020

Many types of art. Religious, flowers, statues, etc So much detail it's pretty amazing. There are security guards every where. If you have a question ask Franklin! (A security guard) If you're a student, bring your student ID so you can get in free. I've heard it's free on Thursdays. The average entrance fee is $20. If you are coming with a crowd expect to be here for most of the day.

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Our Address

1001 Bissonnet St, Houston, TX 77005, USA

Compare Market Place Prices And Get The Cheapest Prices!

Read More

BH Houston Roofing is a Houston-based, locally-owned company specializing in Commercial, Industrial, and Residential Roofing Installation.

We work with your insurance adjuster to make sure your claim is properly done.

Our professional team is happy to offer free roofing estimates and inspections for any project.

Read More

Free Weight Loss Quiz

Read More

Web Hosting Services

Rice Village Shops Online Directory

Over 350 Shops, Bars, And Restaurants In The Surrouding Area