I have not been to the MFA for probably 10 years and was astounded at the fabulous changes and improvements. Of course the collection is still extremely high-quality, but the new galleries and displays show it off even better. I was not expecting to enjoy the new American wing as much as I did (I usually gravitate to European art). The rooms are so well displayed and labeled that I spent much more time than I had planned in it. The mixing of decorative arts, painting and sculpture in the American galleries really set a lovely tone, along with the helpful and extensive signage. The Egyptian galleries have been redone and are even more spectacular than before. The Asian art is extensive and lovely. All the European art is beautiful and well labeled. The special exhibits were fine, not my particular interests, but well displayed. The museum shop is terrific, with a huge book selection, wonderful gifts and all sorts of good things to buy. The Zen garden outside is a beautiful spot to linger for a few minutes either before or after your visit. Leave enough time to see everything you want to - you can easily spend 4-5 hours there. Overall this is one of the best museums in the US, with an extensive collection of amazing quality and breadth, attractively and informatively displayed. Yes, it's an expensive ticket (but you can revisit for free within 10 days) however, it's worth every penny if you enjoy good art.