Hotels near Museum of Fine Arts
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The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston contains more than 450,000 works, making it one of the largest museums in the United States, and one of the most comprehensive collections in the country. It boasts more than a million visitors a year and is the 55th most-visited museum in the world.

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Taj Boston
Taj Boston
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4.5
15 Arlington St, Boston
from $212
The Bostonian Boston
The Bostonian Boston
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4.3
26 North St, Boston
from $188
The Lenox Hotel Boston
The Lenox Hotel Boston
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4.7
61 Exeter Street, Boston
from $235
Copley Square Hotel
Copley Square Hotel
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4.1
47 Huntington Ave, Boston
from $239
The Colonnade Hotel Back Bay
The Colonnade Hotel Back Bay
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4.3
120 Huntington Avenue, Boston
from $245
Ames Boston Hotel
Ames Boston Hotel
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4.3
1 Court Street, Boston
from $199
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
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4.3
606 Congress St, Boston
from $179
Marriott Vacation Club Pulse at Custom House, Boston
from $279
Four Seasons Hotel Boston
Four Seasons Hotel Boston
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4.5
200 Boylston St, Boston
from $495
Boston Harbor Hotel
Boston Harbor Hotel
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4.7
70 Rowes Wharf, Boston
from $420
More About Hotels near Museum of Fine Arts...

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston?

There are a variety of excellent hotels within a half-mile of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. The Verb Hotel and the 1330 Boylston Luxury Apartments by GSA both offer excellent accommodations. The Churchill At Landmark Square is also less than half a mile from the Museum, as are the Luxury Apartments at the Longwood Medical T Stop, and the South End Brownstone.

Just a mile from the Museum of Fine Arts are the Oasis Guest House, Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway, Churchill at Fenway Triangle Trilogy, and the Brigham Circle Brownstone.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks from Staying at a Hotel Near the Museum of Fine Arts?

One of the most notable benefits of staying close to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts is that it is so close to another city landmark, Fenway Park. But for those who are more attuned to the fine arts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is less than a third of a mile away.

Historic walking tours are less than a half-mile from the museum. Also, the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops are nearby. Step back in time along the Freedom Trail, starting at the Old North Church. There’s also the Boston Public Library and the Huntington Theatre. In fact, the only drawback about being so close to the Museum of Fine Arts is that there are so many other places to explore while in Boston, you may not be able to fit them all in.

What Do I Need to Know About the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston?

Be aware that the museum's hours of operation change in the middle of the week. It opens at 10:00 a.m. and closes at 9:45 p.m., Wednesday through Friday. However, from Saturday through Tuesday, the museum closes at 4:45 p.m.

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston Close to Fenway Park and Other Cultural Sites
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