Visit museum’s website
Before you do anything, visit the website of Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. If you do not know the URL of the museum’s website, you can use Google to find it. Go to Google, and type in the keyword “Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum” in search bar, and you will get the URL of the website. Visiting the website will help you understand what paintings, galleries and photos the museum has, and you can note down things that you think will help you during your visit.
Every museum has permanent collection, so does Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. The museum has literally hundreds of different collections that include photographs, rare books, illuminated manuscripts, ceramics, silver, drawings, textiles, furniture, sculptures and paintings. If you visit the museum on a scheduled day, you can have a look at these permanent collections.
These ancient objects include paintings and calligraphy from Rome, Asia, Medieval Europe, Islamic World, Renaissance Italy, American and France.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum conducts several exhibitions and programs on artwork all year round. You can attend an exhibition just about every month throughout the year, but booking visit beforehand will be good. If you visit the website, you will know the dates of each exhibition scheduled for the future.
In addition to general exhibitions, there are many special exhibitions as well. These exhibitions are available for a limited period of time. So, be sure to check with the site’s management, if you are interested in becoming a member or want to take part in special exhibitions.
The website will give you almost everything you need to know to plan a visit to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Note the museum’s location, directions, hours (if you do not want to reach the place out of schedule and return home), parking information, admission charges (if any), tours (guided and unguided) and phone numbers and email addresses.