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Art - Needham Heights, MA

★★★★★ 7 Reviews


6 Clearway St, Boston, MA

"Probably one of the coolest stores that I have ever been too. There's a trick to get inside the store and I was amazed when I walked in. ..."

★★★★☆ 5 Reviews

Paper Source

1810 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA

"I visited Paper Source about a million times while planning my wedding - I made all sorts of paper goods from their products! It's a great place for ..."

★★★★☆ 4 Reviews

Boston Art & Framing

100 Charles St, Boston, MA

"if you are an art fan then you have to go to this place.they have the best art supplies for a very good price. they always treat you ..."

★★★★☆ 3 Reviews

Rosine Green Assoc

89 School St, Brookline, MA

"I brought in two pieces of paper art that had extensive mold due to water damage. Both were quite delicate, and I had no real hopes that they ..."

★★★★☆ 3 Reviews

Out Of The Blue Gallery

106 Prospect St, Cambridge, MA

"This is a really neat little store on Prospect Street directly across from Whole Foods Market. The best thing about this place is that it is within easy ..."

★★★★☆ 3 Reviews

M.I.T. Museum

265 Massachusetts Ave N52-200, Boston, MA

"This is one of the hidden secrets of Boston. I went on a date here and we hung out in their planetarium, which was very romantic. It is ..."

★★★★☆ 3 Reviews

Arthur M. Sackler Museum

485 Broadway, Cambridge, MA

"The Sackler Museum at Harvard University is a nice museum that features art from the Eastern World: Asia, India and The Middle East. Unless you're really into this ..."

★★★★★ 1 Review

Howard Yezerski & Gallery

450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA

"I love this gallery. They have a great selection of very unique art and a knowledgeable staff."

★★★★★ 1 Review

Susi's Gallery For Children

348 Huron Ave, Cambridge, MA

"This is a nice little store that has many different hand crafted items that are for children. I love to give unique presents that my kids and nieces ..."

★★★★★ 1 Review

Keiko Fine Japanese Handcraft

121 Charles St, Boston, MA

"the exhibitions which are held at KEIKO are always wonderful. I really enjoyed the one now showing, the title Pleaures of Paradox. Rocks with zippers, stone sweater, stone ..."