10 Gifts From Our Favorite Museum Shops (all under $50)

We present a fun and delightful gift guide that supports museums across the US and is guaranteed to bring joy to the lucky recipient!
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Image of Yayoi Kusama's exhibition Love is Calling at ICA's 

Image of Yayoi Kusama's exhibition Love is Calling at ICA's 

We hesitate to share gift guides here, not because we think we are too good for them - oh no! It's actually because we don't know if adding to the copious available gift guide options is good measure or simply paralyzing. 

However, we threw caution to the wind and tracked down the items we love to give and get from some of our favorite museums across the country. There is literally something for everyone on this list: the good, the naughty, the young, the young at heart, the creative, the strong and the wise...you get the picture (no pun intended). All are $50 or under, with 90% in the "under" category - scroll on to discover the unique and bright creative objects we are buying for those we love!  

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If you, like us, are always on the hunt for your keys. 

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An eye-catching ornament.

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For a stocking or a shrine. 

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When you (or someone in your life) need a little zen. 

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For those who like to keep it old school

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How can you go wrong here? 

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A gift for the modern artist lover. 

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Cute and affordable totes from (the new!) MoMA.

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Yayoi Kusama kids socks from the ICA Boston make a great stocking stuffer or Chanukah gift (if you've tired of giving pencils, stickers, Hot Wheels, and other random small objects).

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For your kids OR for your best friend's home decor

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