Hidden Museum Gems Around the World
By Emily Waldorf
I was browsing through Suzanne’s Files, one of my favorite lifestyle resources, and stumbled across a wonderfully helpful and well-vetted list of museum gems from across the globe that I wanted to share with ArtsEtoile readers.
A museum gem is a smaller scale collection, frequently housed in the original collector’s or artist’s residence. Museum gems are a good fit for you if the idea of spending an entire day in a giant museum like the MET or the Louvre seems daunting.
Museum gems generally require only two hours at most of your day, which also happens to be about as long as your attention span lasts. Perfect for art history buffs and their less art-inclined travel partners, everyone will be happy and there will be time to spare for other important epicurean pursuits.
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