Special Report

Best Museum in Every State

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21. Massachusetts: Museum of Fine Arts
> Where: Boston
> Admission: $25 adults‎; $23 seniors (65+)‎: ‎$23 students (18+); free for children 6 and under and for youth 7-17 weekdays after 3 p.m., otherwise $10.
> Annual attendance: 1.23 million
> Known for: Collections of Klimt, Rothko, and Escher.

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22. Michigan: The Henry Ford
> Where: Dearborn
> Admission: $24 general admission; $22 seniors (62+); $18 (5-11).
> Annual attendance: 1.8 million
> Known for: American innovation, bus ridden by civil rights figure Rosa Parks

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23. Minnesota: Minneapolis Institute of Art
> Where: Minneapolis
> Admission: Free
> Annual attendance: 760,000
> Known for: Chinese and African art, paintings from Monet and Matisse.

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24. Mississippi: Mississippi Museum of Art
> Where: Jackson
> Admission: Many exhibits free to public, admission prices for others. Free admission for students on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
> Annual attendance: 50,000
> Known for: Mississippi artists, Robert Henri, Georgia O’Keeffe, Andy Warhol, and Radcliffe Bailey.

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25. Missouri: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
> Where: Kansas City
> Admission: Free
> Annual attendance: 550,000
> Known for: Ancient, Asian and Islamic art.

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