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 Do you like fine art and music? You need to travel Boston's "Avenue of the Arts."

 


 

 

Huntington Avenue is nicknamed Boston's Avenue of the Arts.

Starting in Copley Square and heading diagonally southwest through the city, Huntington Avenue (MA Route 9) and the MBTA subway's Green Line E trains ("Heath Street") that run along it, take you to all these institutions:

Christian Science Church Center

Known for its plaza and reflecting pool, the Mother Church and Mapparium, and elegant Reading Room. More...

Symphony Hall

Home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue at Huntington Avenue, also hosts many other headline musical performances.

New England Conservatory of Music

The New England Conservatory at 290 Huntington Avenue offers many performances by students, faculty and visiting artists.

Northeastern University

Known for its programs in experiential education (learn by doing), Northeastern has a prime location among Boston's arts institutions at 360 Huntington Avenue.

Museum of Fine Arts

Boston's largest and most renowned collection of paintings, sculpture and historic art objects, the "MFA's" campus is a landmark at 465 Huntington Avenue. More...

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Though located a few blocks off Huntington Avenue, the Gardner is easily visited in combination with a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. More...

Massachusetts College of Art & Design

Among Boston's most prominent art schools, MassArt at 621 Huntington Avenue has its own exhibits, tours and talks.

—by Tom Brosnahan


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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MA

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