Seattle Art Museum – Seattle
The Seattle museum is actually three separate buildings that comprise the Asian Art Museum, the Olympic Sculpture Park and the main museum and holds more than 15,000 works of art. With artwork that comes from all over the world and in every style, the Seattle Art Museum should be on the must-see list of every budding art lover.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – San Francisco
Architecturally beautiful and full of art in all sizes, shapes and designs, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art comprises all kinds of wonders from its collection of sculptures to work from Henri Matisse and Andy Warhol. Of special note is the unique photography collection. If you love art then you will devour the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum -- Boston
Works by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Degas, and Raphael all hang on the walls of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in the beautiful metropolitan city of Boston. Artwork isn’t the only thing that this fantastic gallery holds—concerts, lectures and community programs mean that there’s something for everyone.
Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art – New York
If your love is comics and cartoons then New York’s Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art should be on your list of must-see visits. Every variety and kind of comic and cartoon art is held in this museum, and to make things better—entry to the museum is extremely cheap.
Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts – St. Louis, Missouri
Another beautiful building designed by Tadao Ando and full of some of the most fascinating art work in America. Just beware calling this Gallery a museum as those who run it do not want it labelled that way. Visit their impressive collection of art and catch the Symphony Orchestra in action for a wonderful night out with the family.
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