Take in Summer at the MFAH




Planning Your Visits

Choose your MFAH destinations and plan your visits!

At the expanded main campus, you’ll find three gallery buildings, three colorful artist-designed tunnels, and new outdoor art installations. Unwind in the sculpture garden or on the plaza, and see what’s on view in the Glassell School. More possibilities await at Rienzi, the MFAH house museum for European decorative arts, situated on four acres of wooded gardens. See the latest safety protocols here.

Locations & Hours

Exhibitions

Ernesto Neto: SunForceOceanLife
• Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photography
Monet to Matisse: Impressionism to Modernism from the Bemberg Foundation
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Three Centuries of American Art – Antiquities, European and American Masterpieces from The Fayez S. Sarofim Collection
• Fire/Works: Enamel Art through the Centuries

Opening July 25
Olga de Amaral: To Weave a Rock

All Exhibitions

MFA Shop

Visit the MFA Shop online for exhibition catalogues and a unique selection of art-inspired gifts, prints, jewelry, apparel, home decor, stationery, toys, and more.

For additional information, and to order by phone, call 713.639.7360.

Cafe Leonelli & Le Jardinier

Casual fare and fine dining are both on the menu in the Nancy and Rich Kinder Building.

Cafe Leonelli
Enjoy traditional Italian cuisine in a friendly and relaxed environment. Cafe Leonelli serves breakfast, lunch, and snacks daily. More Info

Le Jardinier
French for “the gardener,” Le Jardinier offers a refined culinary experience with dinner service by reservation. Reduced-rate parking for Le Jardinier is $6. Parking for MFAH members is complimentary. More Info

At-Home Art Activities

Let’s Make Wearable Art

► Create a Decorative Bowl

Make Your Own Art Inspired by Fire/Works

Inspired by Degas: Sketching

Make Your Own Paintings Inspired by Three Centuries of American Art

Virtual Summer Camp: Crafting America

Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens presents a unique virtual camp. Children develop an understanding of daily life in 1700s-era Colonial America in sessions about pottery, textiles, woodworking, music, food, gardening, and historic inventions. Recommended for ages 7 to 12.

July 19–23 & July 26–30
Monday–Friday, 10 a.m. & 2 p.m.
Learn More & Register

MFAH Films | Virtual Cinema

Stay cool and take in a movie from home!

Virtual Cinema features the latest selections curated by MFAH Films.

Films & Tickets