The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), founded in 1900, is the largest art museum in America south of Chicago, west of Washington, D.C., and east of Los Angeles. The collection contains more than 69,000 artworks, which date from antiquity to the present. There are two major museum buildings, the Caroline Wiess Law Building and the Audrey Jones Beck Building; the Glassell School of Art; two house museums that exhibit decorative arts, Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens and Rienzi; and the Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden. In concert with Steven Holl Architects, the Museum has recently embarked on a campus redevelopment which includes the new Glassell School of Art and a building for 20th- and 21st-century art; those structures will link to the existing gallery buildings and sculpture garden by Isamu Noguchi, establishing a 14-acre public campus in the heart of Houston's Museum District.


Charity Navigator Ratings

Overall Rating

(3/4)|88.02 Score

Financial

(4/4)|90.48 Score

Accountability & Transparency

(3/4)|86 Score

EIN

74-1109655


Headquarter Address

1001 Bissonnet
Houston, TX 77005