Museums + Galleries
Build an entire itinerary around these groundbreaking exhibits and anticipated museum openings.
A replica of the undersea Cosquer Cave—complete with recreations of the paintings that made it famous—is now open in the south of France.
You don’t have to do a museum marathon to experience D.C.’s best. Local experts weigh in on their favorite itineraries and tips for the perfect museum day in Washington.
Tickets are on sale in New York, Chicago, and other cities for five different traveling exhibitions featuring the Dutch painter’s famous works.
A hotbed of culture and creativity, Minnesota’s Twin Cities (and beyond) make for an artistic getaway. Here, one of the state’s local creative treasures shares his top picks of where to go and what to see.
For the first time in two years, the Chinati Foundation—a contemporary museum located on the outskirts of artsy Marfa, Texas—will host its annual open house, celebrating the works of artists Dan Flavin and Hyong-Keun Yun.
The unsigned drawing is being loaned to the Van Gogh Museum by its anonymous owner until January 2, 2022.
The attraction is based on the famous children’s books by the author and illustrator.
The Mies van der Rohe–designed modern art museum is finally open to the public again after a six-year overhaul.
Tickets are on sale now for the “Beyond Monet” experience featuring paintings by the famous French impressionist.
The long-awaited museum dedicated to all things cinema will open September 30 in the “movie capital of the world,” with views of the iconic Hollywood hills.
Considered one of Europe’s largest, most ambitious, and expensive cultural projects, the Humboldt Forum is opening its doors to visitors on July 20.
The new museum is also one of China’s latest architectural wonders.
You’ve been to the Louvre. You’ve visited Versailles. Now you can wander the grand halls of the Hôtel de la Marine once again.
The 1642 painting was trimmed—70 years after Rembrandt finished it—when it was moved to Amsterdam’s town hall and it didn’t fit on a wall between two doors.
The public will soon be able to view the late physicist’s personalized wheelchairs and a first draft of “A Brief History of Time,” among other items owned and used by Hawking.
Restart with the arts and enjoy outdoor exhibits paired with alfresco restaurants that add up to inspiring, relaxing days in Florida’s Cultural Capital®.
Already sold out in San Francisco, the show will open in Atlanta and Houston later in 2021.