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LOVE THIS SMALL MUSEUM AT BOSTON COLLEGE! Each semester, they have a new exhibit. On Sundays, they have a 2 p.m. free docent tour! Have been there several times and have always enjoyed our visits. The art exhibits vary. The view of Boston and Brighton...More
We took our family to this museum to see a special exhibit. The handicapped parking was far from the door and up several little hills. We needed two wheelchairs for our group but like many places, they purchased child-Sized wheelchairs so one of us went...More
My husband and I loved both the building and the first exhibit, Beyond Words: Illuminated Manuscripts in Boston Collections; Manuscripts for Pleasure & Piety (September 12–December 11, 2016). The collection was superbly curated and the items on display were exquisite. The small scale of the...More
I've been here a few times for different shows and have always been very happy and intrigued with them. The building is lovely, the admission is free, and the whole experience is worth the ride out of town!
This amazing little museum ,which houses world Class art, much of it Baroque and 16th Century European ,is blocks away from my childhood home. And it has
Free Admission. It's a Jewel and so is the neighborhood. There are many small,
old estates there. There...More
The McMullen Museum provides art served up in the proper portion. It's not too daunting, like the MFA, or as personal as The Gardiner. It's just right. A visit is always a satisfying experience.The exhibitions are interesting, often novel, and always very well executed. It's...More
Now at 2101 Commonwealth Avenue, in the former cardinal's mansion, the museum has three times as much exhibit space as the former location. The glass addition provides a lobby, restrooms, stairs, an elevator, and other amenities, so that the mansion can be used for exhibit...More
I recently went to the new McMullen Museum to see the excellent show of medieval illuminated manuscripts. The new museum , in what was once the cardinals residence, is spacious, handicapped accessable and has free parking.
I highly reccommend seeing the manuscript exhibit which will...More