Posted by: hlacentralma | February 11, 2015

FM Accessible Tour at The Museum of Fine Arts  Boston. 

You are invited to  THE ANCIENT WORLD

March 21, 2015, 10:30 am until noon. Registration deadline – Mar 7, 2015

The Art of the Ancient World collection ranks among the premier encyclopedic collections in the world, with over 83,000 works of art from Egypt, Nubia, the Near East, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, and Anatolia. The objects in the collection range in date from about 6500 BC to AD 600 and cover a broad geographical expanse, from Britain to Afghanistan. There is something for everyone, including sculpture, jewelry, coffins, mummies, coins, weapons, architecture, vases, carved gems, musical instruments, and mosaics.

How to Pre-Register for Hear@Boston Guided Tours: Attendance is limited and pre-registration is required by the dates listed for each program. To pre-register or for more information, email or phone617-369-3302.

When you register, please indicate if you would like a neckloop or headset for the tour.

Registered participants will receive a confirmation prior to the date of the tour with entrance and cancellation information.

Because the Gallery Tour Listening System equipment is reserved for hearing loss support group participants, the equipment is not available to other MFA Boston visitors for drop-in tours. For that reason, guests of this program are requested to be aware of the the following policies:

Participants who register for accessible tours but cannot attend should note the cancellation policy on the confirmation to ensure that listening equipment is available to other visitors.

Late registrations cannot be accepted.

Those who have not pre-registered may only join a tour on a standby basis and will be turned away if registration is full.

Tours will begin promptly at start time. Attendees should arrive 15 minutes prior to start time. We strongly recommend that new users of the FM system consult with their audiologist to become familiar with the t-coil feature on their hearing aids and cochlear implants.

Questions? Contact HLAA Boston at


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