The recently renovated space sets off the many gems and less-well-known gems of this collection--and it's free to get in, unlike so many museums of analogous quality. The original building from the 19th century has been seamlessly melded with the Louis Kahn building of the late 1950s and the 2010-13 renovations. It's allowed art that was rarely displayed a proper showcase, such as the fine collections from Oceania and southeast Asia (elegantly curated by former Ashmolean curator Ruth Barnes). Come to see the Van Gogh, and stay for everything else--and be sure to cross the street to the British Art Center. It was Louis Kahn's last commission, so you get your art and architectural history in one block!