Museums are the best places to visit for lovers of culture and art. And to discover the past of humanity in all fields through the ages
1- Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.The Smithsonian Institution is an educational and research institution with a collection of museums funded and administered by the United States Government as well as donations and the profits of its stores and magazine. established on August 10, 1846, The institution is named by its Founder James Smithson.
2- Le Louvre, Paris, FranceThe Louvre Museum is one of the most important art museums in the world located in Paris, capital of France. The Louvre Museum is the world’s largest art gallery with many different human civilizations. In the past, the museum was a castle, and during the French Revolution the National Assembly declared that the Louvre should be a national museum to showcase the nation’s masterpieces. The museum opens on August 10, 1793
3- The Acropolis Museum, Athens, GreeceThe Acropolis Museum was built in 2007 and opened in 2009 to display the antiquities and sculptures found in Athens Acropolis, you can discover the monuments of Greek civilization
4- State Hermitage, St. Petersburg, RussiaHermitage Museum is one of the largest and old museums of art galleries, human history and culture of the world. Located in St. Petersburg, Russia contains 3 million works of art, The Hermitage Museum holds the Guinness Record of the largest collection in the world
5- The British Museum, London, EnglandThe British Museum in London is the largest museum in the United Kingdom and one of the most important history and culture museums in world opened on 1759 contains more than 13 million objects from all continents, Entry to Museum is free.
6- The Prado, Madrid, SpainThe Prado Museum in Madrid, the capital of Spain, one of the most important museums in Europe and the world embraces the finest collections of European art, opened on 19 November 1819.
7- The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New YorkThe Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the most famous museums in the world and is located next to Central Park in New York. Founded in 1870, contains monuments of all human civilizations.
8- The Vatican Museums, Vatican City, ItalyVatican Museums Officially founded in 1506, museums offer a wide range of works and monuments owned by the Roman Catholic Church.
9- The Uffizi Gallery, Florence, ItalyThe Uffizi Gallery is located in the Palace of Degli Uffizi, one of Florence’s palaces in Italy, founded in 1581. It is one of the oldest and most famous art museums
10- Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsRijksmuseum Museum was founded in 1800 in The Hague and then moved to Amsterdam. In 1808, the museum housed more than 200 works of art, as well as statues and
artsmodels, and about 800,000 paintings from famous Dutch artists