This was our second visit to the ICA, the first being when it first opened in 2006. One of the most appealing parts of a visit is the building itself, designed by Sofidio + Renfro. Both the site (directly on the water and in Boston's Seaport district) and the interior are stunning. We're not fans of extremely contemporary art--especially when it's pretty far out, but given easy access by T, this museum certainly warrants attention. Between the two halves of the exhibit space one passes through an area with huge glass windows that overlook Boston harbor. It's a place to stop and appreciate the scene. On a separate note, the gift shop is especially good. Out of town visitors would do well to include the ICA on their tourist itinerary.
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