Harvard Art Museums
Located on the edge of Harvard Yard, the Harvard Art Museums include the collections of three museums – the Fogg Museum, Arthur M. Sackler Museum and Busch-Reisinger Museum – under one roof for the first time.
The world-class collection includes over 250,000 objects in all mediums spanning all continents and ranging from ancient to contemporary.
The new Art Study Center complex allows students, scholars and the public opportunities for close examination of works from our collections not currently on view.
All MIT students and faculty with a current MIT ID can gain free admission to the Harvard Art Museums.
MIT students can also access our collections on-line and find out about the many public programs offered throughout the year on our website: harvardartmuseums.org