MFA is open with special programs this wknd to celebrate memorial day and on top of it all it is admission by donation. For ppl who is not coming from the Shabu Shabu hot pot, let's all meet at the back / fenway entrance of the museum at 2pm, look for a group and me. I will provide my cell to those that RSVP.
Below is the MFA own press guide:
Join Us for Memorial Day Community Weekend
We’re opening our doors for three free days of art and family fun to celebrate “Boston I Love.” Spend a day—or the long weekend—with us, see three paintings on loan from The Met, as well as “To Boston With Love,” miniature quilts with messages of love and peace to our city from around the world. Lend your creativity to our community collage, enjoy dining and shopping discounts, and show you’re “Boston Strong” by contributing to The One Fund Boston.
10 am–4:45 pm Free all three days.
Join us for the MFA's Memorial Day Community Weekend to celebrate "Boston I Love." The MFA opens its doors—free of charge—to visitors from Boston and beyond for three days, May 25 to 27. Enjoy special exhibitions—including three paintings on loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art—art making, gallery tours, family activities, and a community art project. All on-site contributions this weekend will be donated to The One Fund Boston.
A 10 percent discount on all items, with a few exclusions, will be offered at the MFA Bookstore and Shop, Huntington Avenue Shop, and Exhibition Shop, as well as online. See details and shop online.
Daily, Saturday through Monday
“To Boston With Love,” Shapiro Family Courtyard
Visit “To Boston With Love,” an installation of hundreds of hand-sewn quilt squares with messages of love and peace sent from the around the world.
"Homer, Leighton, Manet: Paintings from The Metropolitan Museum of Art," Gallery 234
View three special paintings lent by New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art in honor of the people of Boston.
Community Art-Making Activity: Boston, I Love, 11 am–3 pm, Druker Family Pavilion, Room 159
Be inspired to create your message of hope, community, and love to contribute to our collaborative project.
Available at all ticket desks, Sharf Visitor Center, and entrance to Gund Gallery, LG31.
Nonmembers $6; members $5; kids 17 and under $4. Free for visitors who are deaf or blind.
MFA Guide is made possible through the generous support of the John W. Henry Family Foundation.
Saturday, May 25, 2013
Samurai Saturday, various locations
Gallery Talk: Egypt-o-Mania!, Noon–1 pm, Sharf Visitor Center
Spotlight Talks—The Exquisitely Cracked Ceramics of Steven Lee, 1 pm, 2 pm, and 3 pm, Foster Gallery, 158