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This tour is back by popular demand! The Gardner Museum houses the collection of Isabella Stewart Gardner, who arranged everything herself and wrote in her will that no one is allowed to move, sell, add, or replace any of her art. Join us on a tour inside the mind of Mrs. Gardner and find out why she installed everything the way she did.
The tour is about 45 minutes, geared towards adults, and welcomes hungry babies, crying babies, sleeping babies, and parents on maternity/ paternity leave, stay-at-home moms and dads, and any other caretakers.
After the tour, there will an optional/ informal gathering at Peet's Coffee to discuss art, babies, and everything in between.
Advance registration is highly recommended as most museums have a strict tour capacity limit and priority will be given to those who registered in advance. If you are unable to attend after purchasing the ticket, just let us know and we will issue you a credit for another tour (we understand things never go exactly as planned when babies are involved!).
Please note that museum admission is not included in this ticket and will be due at the museum right before the tour.