An extension of the Museum of Fine Arts, the Cullen Sculpture Garden offers a collection of mostly bronze sculptures ranging from the early 20th to early 21st centuries. Find eight Auguste Rodin statues of nude — and sometimes headless — men and women in various states of distress or repose interspersed throughout the park. Four Henri Matisse bronze sculptures of nude backsides are mounted to the towering concrete walls that frame the garden. And the garden includes various abstract sculptures, such as Joseph Havel's "Exhaling Pearls" and Joel Shapiro's untitled boxy, vertical figure that looks like a person made of bronze rectangles, getting ready to kick a soccer ball. The park, which is free to visit, is open until 10 p.m., and at night, strings of dim yellow lightbulbs decorate the tree-lined brick pathways.