The Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge have one of the largest and most renowned collections of art in the United States. Now situated in one facility, the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Arthur M. Sackler Museums invite visitors to experience a wide range of works by artists including Anni and Joseph Albers, Max Beckmann, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, John Singleton Copley, Jenny Holzer, Rebecca Horn, Georgia O’Keefe, Louise Nevelson, Nam June Paik, Pablo Picasso, Rembrandt van Rijn, Vincent van Gogh, and Ai Weiwei, alongside Italian early Renaissance paintings, Chinese Buddhist sculpture, ancient Greek vessels, and works on paper from Islamic lands and India. The stunning interior Calderwood Courtyard, surrounded by galleries, is the perfect setting for lunch or refreshments at the museum cafe. Browse art books or purchase a keepsake in the shop. With more than 50 galleries and public spaces and hundreds of special programs year round, including tours led by Harvard students, there is something for everyone.
The Harvard Art Museums are located alongside Harvard Yard, and are a short walk from the MBTA’s Harvard Square subway station on the Red Line.
Visit www.harvardartmuseums.org for more information about visiting the museums, including upcoming exhibitions, lectures, and other events.