From its classic steps to the MET Gala, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a major New York City landmark.
This converted railway station is now home to some of the most notable artworks in France, like sculptures by Auguste Rodin and paintings by Paul Gauguin.
The Art Institute of Chicago has over 300,000 works of art for visitors to view across their original building and the modern addition designed by Renzo Piano.
The Prado serves as Spain’s national museum, showcasing Spanish artists like Diego Velázquez and Francisco Goya.
The Louvre has way more to offer than just Francesco del Giocondo’s Mona Lisa (1503-19). During your visit catch a show at the museum’s gorgeous auditorium or dive deep into the archives.
With over one million works of art, there is something for everyone at the Hermitage Museum, from Etruscan treasures to Japanese porcelain.
This free museum houses the national collection of Western European paintings from the 13th to the 19th centuries. Their permanent collection includes The Arnolfini Portrait (1434) by Jan Van Eyck and The Great Bathers (1894-1905) by Paul Cézanne.
This must-visit museum is right in the heart of downtown Amsterdam. Some of Rijksmuseum’s many highlights include work from Rembrandt, Vermeer and Van Gogh.
Board this recovered 17th-century Swedish ship for the ultimate trip down Scandinavian memory lane.
If you are looking for the history of pre-hispanic Mexico, this is the place to go. Get a look at what life was like in this region before its colonization, through ethnographic and archeological remains.
Learn about the rise, fall and conservation of the Acropolis at this beautifully renovated museum.
The British Museum is the current holder of the famed Elgin Marbles, so it is definitely worth a spot on the list.
Learn everything there is to know about Vincent Van Gogh at his museum in Amsterdam. It features his own artwork and works by those he influenced.
The must-see attraction at the Academia Gallery is Michelangelo’s David (1501-1504).
This WWII museum explains the war — why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today — from the American perspective. The grounds include five pavilions that house historical exhibits, on-site restoration work, a period dinner theater and restaurants.
Pergamon is the most-visited museum in Germany. The main attractions include reconstructions of massive archaeological structures like the Pergamon Altar, Market Gate of Miletus, the Ishtar Gate and Processional Way from Babylon and the Mshatta Facade.
The Getty Center is the museum’s west coast institution that hosts European paintings, drawings, sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, decorative arts and photography. Not only is the main building an architectural gem, but the grounds boast a beautiful garden.
America’s storied past of space exploration and aviation trial and error is told here.
Experience colonial Brazil at this museum comprised of an, a and a large
Inhotim is a Public Interest Civil Society Organization showcasing contemporary art. The grounds contain a botanical garden with rare species of plants from every continent.
Visit the capital and enjoy a variety of works, from 16th-century paintings in the West Building to exceptional contemporary works in the East Building.
Yad Vashem serves as the World Holocaust Remembrance Center. One of its most notable installations is the Hall of Names — a memorial for each Jewish person murdered in the Holocaust.
Learn about the ancient Chinese funerary art of terra-cotta sculptures at this museum depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China.
This Argentinan museum showcases Latin American art spanning from the early 20th century to the present. Their collection includes work from acclaimed artists like Frida Kahlo.
Explore thepartnership between indigenous people and non-indigenous people here. Te Pa has an emphasis on diversity and multidisciplinary collaboration.
Denis Torri – Vi elenchiamo alcuni dei musei in Europa:
- British Museum, in London.
- CODART – Dutch and Flemish Museums site by Gary Schwartz
- Finnish National Gallery (Valtion Taidemuseo) in Finland.
- Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence, Italy.
- Galleria dell’Accademia in Venice, Italy.
- Galleria Borghese, a Roma.
- Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin.
- Louvre Museum in Paris.
- Mauritshuis Museum, Den Haag, Netherlands.
- Musée d’Orsay in Paris.
- Museo del Prado, Madrid, España.
- National Gallery in London.
- National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin
- National Museum of Ireland in Dublin
- National Museums Liverpool – Liverpool
- Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore di Firenze – An area in Florence with seven museums.
- Rijksmuseum Amersterdam – National Museum of Art & History, Netherlands
- Sistine Chapel at the Vatican.
- Tate Museum of British and International Modern and Contemporary Art, London.
- Uffizi Gallery Museum, Florence, Italy.
- Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
- Vatican Museums The Vatican Museums