Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) re-opens Sept. 26
After being shuttered since mid-March, Boston's largest museum — the Museum of Fine Arts -- will reopen its doors to the public on Saturday, Sept. 26.
Along with new safety protocols, the MFA will come back to life with advance-purchase timed tickets, reduced capacity and shortened hours Wednesday through Sunday.
There will also be special morning slots for high-risk populations, and masks will be required for all attendees.
When the building first opens, visitors will be able to explore galleries in the museum's Art of the Americas wing. The rest of the building will open in three stages as walking routes are redesigned to create adequate distancing measures.
Reserve Tickets - Members Free | Nonmembers $25 | Youths 17 and under Free | *Modified admission pricing ($5 minimum) during the 3–4 pm entry slot every Wednesday.
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