Didn't make it out to a museum today? We've got you covered.

May 18 was Art Museum Day, and to celebrate we took a trip over to Harvard Art Museums, which were free to the public on Wednesday.

This was the seventh annual celebration, led by the Association of Art Museum Directors and held in concert with the International Council of Museums' International Museum Day.

More than 150 member museums offered free or reduced-price entry to mark the occasion, according to the AAMD.

Once a year, the days of recognition "unite the organizations’ memberships to celebrate museums and raise awareness about their importance in the development of society,"  Harvard Art Museums wrote on its website.

Up there is a gallery from our trip to the Fogg featuring some of its ancient treasures.

Tickets to visit on your own time are $15 for adults.

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