MFA February Vacation Week Activities
Looking for fun things to do with the kids over February Vacation?
The MFA is hosting February Vacation Week Activities offering a wide range of ongoing activities for children, such as art-making workshops, interactive theatrical performances, and family-oriented gallery tours.
From friendly dogs to wild elephants, the MFA is filled with artful animals during Cogan Family Foundation Vacation Week Adventures.
Be inspired by the furry, fluffy, and feathered to create art. Hunt for animals on a family tour. Listen to animal-themed children’s stories and attend a performance.
Looking for more fun things to do? Check out our Boston February Vacation Week guide for lots more great ideas on things to do with the kids this week.
All vacation week activities are free with admission.
465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA map
Phone: (617) 267-9300
The Museum is accessible by taking the Green line “E” train to the MFA stop, the Orange line to Ruggles stop, or bus #39 to Ruggles Street. The MFA is also a stop on the Beantown Trolley. The Museum is expecting many visitors to School Vacation Week, so parking will be limited. For more information on the MFA’s School Vacation Week, please call 617.369.3300 or visit the MFA’s website at www.mfa.org.
- Did you know that kids get free admission to the Museum every day? Kids 6 and under are always free, and kids 7 to 17 are free during non school hours.
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