Three institutions make up the Harvard Art Museums, including the Fogg Museum, focused on Western arts; and the Busch-Reisinger Museums, with art from central and northern Europe. A 6-year, $350-million renovation and expansion, completed in 2014, united the institutions under one roof and added a shop and a cafe (both open to the public without museum admission) as well as a 300-seat lecture hall. The facility is just outside the walls of Harvard Yard on its east side.