Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Since we are still in the midst of a pandemic my forever question is what to do? Well, I found a perfect place to visit - Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. While most of the museums are still closed Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum doing a great job of providing entertainment while keeping visitors safe. The only thing you have to do is schedule a visit online and wear a mask.  



Isabella Stewart Museum was built in 1903 and was designed to emulate a 15-century Venetian Palace, at the time was Isabella's home.  The museum houses European, Asian, and American art. Its collection includes paintings, tapestries, sculptures, and decorative art. 
The most exciting part for me is that three floors of galleries surround a garden courtyard blooming with life all seasons. The Gardner's interior courtyard combines ever-changing displays with sculptures and architectural elements. The place is truly spectacular and photos don't even transfer half of the beauty and atmosphere. 




The greatest known property theft in history happened in the Gardner Museum on March 18, 1990. Two thieves disguised as police officers robbed the museum of thirteen works worth some $500 million. The museum offered a reward of $5 million for information leading to the recovery of the art, doubled in May to $10 million.  Empty frames hang in the Dutch Room gallery as placeholders for the missing works.




According to Wikipedia visitors wearing Red Sox paraphernalia receive discounted admission. Visitors named Isabella or visiting on their birthday, enter free. Since none of those applied to me I paid a full price and no regrets here, the place is definitely worth it and I highly recommend it! 


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