Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, also known as Fenway Court, was established during the era of Isabella Stewart Gardner.  It is located within the walking distance of the Museum of Fine Arts in the Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood of Boston.  The museum hosts a number of exhibits of different niches including contemporary and historic art, concerts, family and community programs, and lectures.  These exhibitions are free to visit for those who are with the name of Isabella and the admittance is discounted for anyone wearing Boston Red Sox according to Isabella Stewart Gardner’s will.

Why is it so Important for Students?

The museum is a showcase for the art representing the educational and community programs for the satisfaction of the public forever.  It benefits the school groups and student of 6th to 8th Grade.  The classrooms where these educational programs took place with a purpose, will move it from a fairly traditional museum to light-filled area.  Besides, there is also wonderful architectures, fittings, flowers, artefacts and many other things to see for everyone.  So make your next trip with 360 School Trips to explore more wonderful things and make your trip memorable.

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