The museum offers a huge selection from all five continents. Its vast American art section (largely, and understandably, northeastern-centric) was both the most fascinating and the less aesthetically pleasing for me. Along its long halls, the museum sports some excellent Reinassance paintings (there's even a Botticelli stranded in the middle of a somewhat anonymous corridor) and the French XIX century room is definitely impressive. Egyptian art is also interesting, for those inclined. The contemporary art, while rather large, section was a minor disappointment; but there's the Contemporary Art Institute for that. All in all, it's worth at least two visits (which are included in one $25 ticket): avoid the typical "museum rush" which will leave you exhausted and unsatistfied.
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