Fri, Apr 02 | Online Virtual Museum Tour

Virtual Museum Tour: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston USA

The ambience of this unique museum is in itself a treasure, and the wonders it holds offer a one-of-a-kind experience. The museum draws on the art collection of its eponymous founder, and we have the unique chance to be shown around by one of its own guides!

Time & Location

Apr 02, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMT+1
Online Virtual Museum Tour

About the Event

Please note a different time to our usual Friday Slot!!

Maximum of 60 people!! So please book early as full = full.

NO recording will be made of this event.

Tickets are only valid on the date selected, non-refundable and non-exchangeable.

Because of this we are not able to offer Creditor tickets. Please know you can still pay offline, but will need to book a regular ticket.

Delivered by local Museum Guide

The tour will be conducted live online and there will be opportunities for everyone to ask questions.

We will send you an email confirming payment, and closer to the date a separate email containing a link along with detailed instructions on how to join.

  • Make sure the latest version of Chrome is installed on your computer as your browser, this will improve the quality of the streaming (it prefers this browser over others)
  • You can confirm the download and upload speeds on your device, by going to https://fast.com/, 3 Mbps or greater is ideal
  • If using an Ipad, confirm it is on iOS 11 or higher
  • May we suggest that you have only Microsoft Teams open on your computer during the session; this will help with internet speeds
  • No microphone or camera are needed, but having this will make it possible for your to participate in the Q&A
  • Only names on our attendance list will be allowed to join, which is why it is important to register and log in under your real name, and only once.
  • Please make sure to log on 10 min before the start of the tour.

Tickets
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  • Regular
    £15
    £15
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