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Must See Amazing Museums Around the Globe 2021

| September 28, 2021 | 0 Comments
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With so many cultural hubs in the United States alone, it can be difficult to decide which cities contain museums worth the time, energy, and effort. The following is a brief guide to some of the world’s most impressive, comprehensive, and can’t miss art houses.

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-Musée du Louvre (Also Known As “The Louvre”)

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Starting with the obvious choice, the Louvre earned its place as an obvious choice by containing some of the most exciting and well-known art on the planet. A haven for those familiar with art, the Louvre has enough charm to enchant even the most novice of connoisseurs. With 35,000 in-house works ranging from paintings to sculptures to antiquities, there is bound to be something for everyone.

Be aware, however, that overcrowding can be a problem. Viewing some of the more famous pieces (the Mona Lisa in particular) may be somewhat marred by the surrounding crowds. And that’s after you get in. Located in hectic, bustling Paris, France, the wait just to get in can seem astronomical.

Admission fees vary slightly, but expect to pay anywhere between 6 and 13 euros.

For more information, visit the official site: Here

-National Gallery of Art

Located in historic Washington DC, the National Gallery of Art contains a wide array of creative mediums—paintings, sculptures, photographs, architecture, and decorative art.

With an expansive and nearly mind-blowing number of works, collections can be viewed by practically every influential artist from Da Vinci, Monet, and Renoir to Stieglitz, Picasso, and Pollock.

Also make sure to check out their open air Sculpture Garden. With seventeen permanent pieces and several rotating exhibits on loan, the space is designed to be a casual and leisurely way to enjoy fine art.

One of the largest benefits to this particular gallery, on top of its impressive collection, is their “no admission fee” policy. The site and its surrounding activities are entirely free to the public, fostering a wonderful opportunity for anyone and everyone to come appreciate stunning pieces and the presentation of art.

For more information, visit the official site: Here

-Galleria degli Uffizi (Also Known as the “Uffizi Gallery”)

It shouldn’t be surprising that Italy, the birthplace of the artistic Renaissance, would be home to one of the world’s most comprehensive and astounding museums.

If you love the Renaissance (and you happen to be traveling in Italy), this is a must stop. Dedicated to master artists such as Lippi, Botticelli, Da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo, each of its many rooms is packed with one unbelievable piece after the other.

While other museums have a more general range of exhibits, the focus of this gallery allows you to view the progression of very specific artistic ideals while appreciating its relation to modern work, whether through stylistic inspiration or deliberate divergence.

Discounts are available to members of the European Union, but American tourists can expect a ticket of admission to run 6,50 euros.

For more information, visit the official site: Here

These are obviously not the only galleries worth seeing. Do a bit of research to find the fun, funky, local galleries your city has to offer. This can be every bit as rewarding and inspiring as visiting the “classical” museums.

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