Enjoyed Mexican revolution art exhibition- great works of Rivera(good number),Kalho ( not many). I love the Museum. Parking is not as good as it could be.
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We really enjoyed our visit to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston for the Ron Mueck exhibit. Be sure to watch the video in the lobby prior to entering the exhibit; it explains the process for the construction of the characters on display and it...More
I'm not big on art but I felt a pull to come see the new exhibit that just opened this summer - Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Garden and Worry Will Vanish. The museum is made up of two buildings and houses multiple exhibits. We viewed Pipilotti...More
I lived in Chicago for years and LOVED the Chicago Art Institute and this museum, while different, is equally good! Houston is big enough it gets the major touring exhibitions but unless you wait until the last minute, you won't have the big city crowds...More
They offer very famous artists and great special exhibits. They have Monet and Picasso among others. There is a restaurant below it, kid friendly and just a treat to have in Houston!!
The Museum of Fine Arts is a beautiful encyclopedic museum in Houston. Particularly nice is the James Turrell passageway between the two main buildings and the pre-Columbian art collection. The shop is also nice and had items you don't normally see in museum stores. The...More
Not quite the Met quality in NYC, but definitely world class in breadth & variety, and even free on Thursdays! You could spend two days here to cover it all. Houston's Museum of fine Arts has a huge collection of African and Egyptian art, American...More
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, gives the visitor a unique experience focusing on a variety areas in art history, both ancient and modern, plus every changing exhibits by some of the worlds most famous artists. You will not be disappointed.
It's a nice place to see things I think you have to pay for a guided tour.. It's much better that way. but it dose not compare to Chicago or NY. Not really a place for kids but this is only a review. Think they...More