We've been to all of the galleries in the past, but we went to the Sackler last week. Lovely museum, but the arrangement of some of the holdings, especially in the teaching gallery, is a bit quirky. While the curator was trying to connect things from various time periods and places to make a point, I tend to prefer a more traditional arrangement of similar things in the same time period so that I can learn about the changing styles, points of view, politics, etc. Whatever you prefer, do go to these galleries. They have some wonderful art holdings. These are smaller art museums than, for example, the Museum of Fine Arts, so if you want to see quality things but get tired when walking through museums, or if you have a child and want a less hectic place, this is where to go.
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