The Museum of Fine Arts will honor Memorial Day with an Open House and will waive all admission fees. Visitors can enjoy complimentary admission to the MFA's galleries, family activities and performances. This year, the MFA offers free admission—including access to the special exhibition “Turner’s Modern World”—for Massachusetts residents. Celebrate the holiday with art and community!
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), hosts its fifth annual ASL day, a celebration of Deaf culture welcoming members of the Deaf community and friends. Coinciding with National Deaf History Month, the program includes American Sign Language tours, performances by DEAFinitely Dance, art-making kits and more. The day's activities are presented in partnership with Boston Deaf Night Out (DNO) and Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Spend April School Vacation with Blue Man Group. Blue Man Group knows that long school breaks can be a challenge to any parent’s sanity. Seemingly endless days to fill with fun outings and activities...what to do? Don’t panic! Blue Man has a full schedule of safe and entertaining theater experiences for everyone.
Happy Nowruz 1401 / 2022
Celebrate the Persian New Year at the MFA! Stop by the Museum on Saturday, March 19, to learn about Nowruz traditions, explore Persian works of art, enjoy dance performances, and more.
Nowruz is an ancient celebration signaling the beginning of spring.
Come to New England Aquarium on Friday mornings where you and your children can hear stories, create art projects, see Live Animal Presentations and have underwater adventures! Meet in the Curious George Discovery Corner on the first floor of the Aquarium. Family Days are open to all Aquarium visitors, and no registration is required.
Free admission for all. All events are free. Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by surrounding yourself with art, culture, and community. Enjoy free admission all day long at the MFA’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Open House. There’s an array of vibrant, engaging, and collaborative programming scheduled throughout the day for all ages and abilities, presented in the spirit of Dr. King.
Boston Children’s Museum is celebrating Halloween in a fun and safe way for all ghouls and goblins. Friday, October 29, from 6:00PM-9:00PM, join us for an after-hours experience where the fun and wonder of the Boston Children’s Museum meets trick-or-treating and spooky fun for all! Tickets are required for this Halloween after-hours session. Tickets include:
Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day with free general admission to the MFA on Saturday, October 9, part of the Fenway Alliance’s annual Opening Our Doors Day. Indigenous Peoples’ Day recognizes and honors the heritage of all Indigenous peoples and the histories of their nations and communities. Stop by the MFA for free admission and giveaways of art-making kits as well as children’s books selected by Elizabeth James-Perry (Aquinna Wampanoag) and Ekua Holmes (African American), artists, activists, and creators of “Garden for Boston,” an exhibition on the Museum’s front lawn.
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