ENJOY ORCHESTRA MUSIC IN THE BECK BUILDING
The Historic district between Midtown, Rice University and the Med Center has become one of the largest arts and culture hubs in Houston, and is home to the Museum of Fine Arts (MFAH), where Mercury has performed since 2006. One of 19 museums in Houston’s Museum District, the MFAH is our most popular neighborhood venue. Mercury’s music sets the mood for contemplating the lush paintings of the Baroque gallery in the museum’s Beck Building.
WHERE IS WILL CALL?
Will Call is available one hour before the concert downstairs in the Beck Building at the Main Street entrance.
Seating is general admission, with priority seating for subscribers, and begins about 30 minutes prior to the concert.
Wheelchair seating is available. All Beck Building entrances are wheelchair accessible and there is an elevator available to the gallery. There is a covered passenger drop-off lane at the Main Street entrance and handicap parking is available nearby as well.
HOW TO GET HERE
The MFAH Beck Building is located at 5601 S Main St., Houston, TX 77005 at the intersection of Main St. and Binz St., just north of Hermann Park.
- From US-59 East, take the south Main St. exit and go south.
- From US-59 West, take the Fannin St. exit and go south.
- From 288, take the Binz St. exit and go west.
The Museum District Red Line MetroRail stop is located between the Audrey Jones Beck Building and the MFAH Visitors Center. Several bus lines also have nearby stops.
For more information see: www.ridemetro.org
The outdoor parking lot on Bissonnet, across from the Law Building, is closed permanently.
The MFAH recommends parking at the new underground parking garage at 5101 Montrose at a cost of $6 for museum members and $10 for guests for up to four hours (credit card only).
More information on parking available at www.mfah.org.