Plan a Visit

Address

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
25 Evans Way
Boston, MA 02115
Map the Gardner Museum

General Information: 617 566 1401
Box Office: 617 278 5156
information@isgm.org

By Taxi

For taxis, ask for 25 Evans Way. Some GPS don't yet recognize this address. Look for the large glass building.

By Bike

From April through November, Hubway bike-sharing system is an ideal way to travel to the Gardner Museum. Visitors can rent bikes at Hubway stations across Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville, and dock them at stations by Simmons College on the Fenway or Longwood Ave., both five minutes from the Museum. Visit Hubway's site for pricing and details.

 

By Subway or Bus

Free/metered street parking is limited around the Museum, but it's an easy walk from the subway or bus stop, and we strongly recommend public transportation.

For subway, hop on the Green Line E train outbound to Heath Street, or for bus, the No. 39. Take either to Museum of Fine Arts stop. Cross Huntington Avenue onto Louis Prang Street. Walk down Louis Prang Street for two blocks. The Museum will be on the left.

The next nearby station is the Fenway Green Line station at Landmark Center.

To map your trip on the MBTA, follow the link below to the T's Trip Planner. Click the link in the text "Plan your trip using Landmarks & Stations," select "Arts & Entertainment" from the Landmarks type list, choose Gardner Museum, and click the "Set as End" button.

Plan your trip on the MBTA.

 

By Car

Plan your drive to the Museum on Google Maps.

May Is Graduation Month

Many schools near the Museum will hold commencement activities in May.
Plan your visit accordingly.

Parking

Three pay parking lots are available at the Museum of Fine Arts, on Museum Road off Huntington Avenue. Museum Road is now a two-way street, and can be entered from Huntington Avenue or from the Fenway.

Walking from the lots on Museum Road, head towards the Fenway, then turn left onto the Fenway. Veer left at the fork onto Evans Way, toward Louis Prang Street. Continue across Louis Prang Street, then veer right, into Evans Way Park. Walk diagonally across Evans Way Park, and you'll reach the Museum's entrance, in the new wing, which faces the park.