• Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum reopens after closing on art heist anniversary due to climate protest threat

    3 days ago - By Boston Herald

    The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum was back open to the public on Sunday after the Boston institution closed on the 33rd anniversary of the infamous art heist because officials learned that climate activists were planning a protest inside.
    Gardner Museum officials got wind of Extinction Rebellion Boston's plan for a demonstration on Saturday - which was 33 years to the day that 13 works of art, worth at least $500 million, were stolen from the museum.
    With the threat of a climate protest, the museum decided to close its doors to the public.
    “Informed that climate activists were planning a...
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