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Art & Design Trips to Boston

From £719.00

Overview
Reasons to Visit
Popular Itinerary
Places to Stay
  • Overview

    The Museums of Boston range from American to European, local to national, and surprisingly include the greatest collection of Monet paintings outside of Paris. Both the Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museums are amongst the best-known and most popular in Boston making art & design school trips enormously popular and highly benficial for students studying art or design.

  • Reasons to Visit
    1. Boston Centre for the Arts

      The Boston Centre for the Arts is a four-acre complex that includes the interesting Cyclorama. The 23,000 square foot Cyclorama rotunda is now the site of exhibitions, performances and community events and houses the Community Music Center of Boston.

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    2. Institute of Contemporary Art

      Currently in a converted 19th century fire station the ICA plans to construct a new building in Boston’s waterfront area in the next few years. In the meantime it continues to exhibit a program of solo exhibitions of renowned contemporary artists as well as group shows.

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    3. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

      This lavish Venetian-style palace houses a collection of art and objects. The museum has works by Rembrandt, Botticielli, Raphael and Titian.

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  • Popular Itinerary

    Day 1

    Arrive into Boston. Transfer to accommodation for check-in and afternoon sightseeing. 

    Day 2

    Guided tour of Boston on the Freedom Trail. Places of interest include Faneuil Hall, USS Constitution, Boston Common and Bunker Hill Monument among others.

    Visit the Institute of Contemporary Art which continues to exhibit a program of solo exhibitions of renowned contemporary artists as well as group shows.

    Day 3

    Visit to Harvard University. See the university's rich sampling of American history and architecture from the Colonial period to the present.

    Day 4

    Visit the Boston Centre for the Arts. A four-acre complex that includes the interesting Cyclorama. The 23,000 square foot Cyclorama rotunda is now the site of exhibitions, performances and community events and houses the Community Music Center of Boston.

    Afternoon free time before return flight home.

    Day 5

    Arrive UK.

  • Places to stay
    • Constitution Inn Hotel

      The hotel is located at the head of the Freedom Trail in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard. The Constitution Inn is the perfect base from which to enjoy Boston’s rich history, culture, museums and nightlife. All rooms have private facilities and TV. The hotel has free wireless internet, a pool and fitness centre.

    • Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel

      Centrally located in the Theatre District, only blocks from Copley Square, historic Southend and China Town -2 bedded rooms -TV, internet access, telephone, hair dryer -Lounge, café, meeting rooms

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