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Where to see art in Boston
Institute of Contemporary Art
The ICA's spacious Seaport home is the cultural cornerstone of the waterfront. With its 65,000-square-foot floor space, the dramatic, glass-walled building houses galleries, a theater and a café. The museum prides itself on being a platform for offbeat, sometimes challenging, works. For a lighter experience, catch a concert or DJ set on the breezy, scenic back deck.
Harvard Art Museums
The collection includes more than 250,000 pieces, from Neolithic sculpture to 21st-century conceptual installations, all housed under one Renzo Piano–designed glass roof: The Fogg Museum, known for its European and American collections; the Busch-Reisinger Museum, with its focus on works from German-speaking countries; and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, housing one of the most important Asian art collections in the U.S.
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North End Pizza Tour
Treat yourself to some of the best pizza in Boston on this walking food tour
New England Aquarium
Discover thousands of marine animals at the New England Aquarium
Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum
Step back in time to discover how the Boston Tea Party shaped our nation's history
Art Lab For Beginners
Created for total beginners this class starts with basics of composition, color theory and art history