There's no easy way to get to the MoCA. It's tucked up in the northwest corner of Massachusetts, connected by only secondary roads -- so give yourself plenty of time to get there. The facility itself is sometimes as interesting as the art; it's an incredible turn of the century factory, transformed into great gallery space. As for the art, I'm a fan of Sol Lewitt (but the only one in my family). Over the last three years, I've gone twice. Each time there have been interesting shows. I gave MoCA 3 stars only because of the difficulty in getting there. If this museum were in one of the old piers along the west side of manhattan it would be an easy 4 to 5 star attraction ... But then it would likely be too crowded to enjoy !
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