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Houston Museum of Fine Arts

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1001 Bissonnet
Houston, TX 77005
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(713) 639-7700
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Great variety of films, great value for film buffs. Exensice and varied art exhibits. Pros: Film Program, location, good value Cons: parking

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All reviews seem positive

my feelings on the art museum 2/28/2003

I would go more often if it were less expensive and easier to find free parking. Pros: excellent exhibits, central location Cons: a little pricey, difficult to park more

Cool place.. 10/24/2002

This place rocks.. they have new exhibits all the time.. It is only free general admission on Thursday nights. The special exhibits such as the Impressionism art going on now is not free. Pros: refreshing, cool, inspiring more

Art near the bayou 9/21/2002

A wonderful place for the whole family. Fine collection of European and Impressionist art, continuing change of exhibits, films, and the best art from all over the world. Plus Cafe Express is a great place to have lunch or a snack. Pros: Good Parking, Food Service, Childen's events more

Best movies in town!!! 8/28/2002

Great variety of films, great value for film buffs. Exensice and varied art exhibits. Pros: Film Program, location, good value Cons: parking more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    You can lose hours upon hours in these hallowed halls, enjoying cherished impressionistic paintings by masters such as Signac and Monet, African and 20th-century sculpture, textiles and costumes, ancient arts and the decorative arts collection. Among this unique collection is an Ettore Sottsass room divider, all angles and splashy colors, that is not only a startling piece of eye candy but also tickles the imagination.

    The Collection
    MFAH offers several intriguing film series each year, with special emphasis on films from cultures that are ignored by the Hollywood machine. It's probably the only place in town you'll get to see next year's Best Foreign Film Oscar candidates. There are tons of lectures and symposia pertaining to the exhibits and collections, including the always enjoyable annual Textiles and Costume Institute public lecture.

  • 3/24/2008 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Carte Blanche, Master Card, Diner's Club
  • Neighborhoods:

    University Place, South Central

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