Some of the best museums in the world are designed by very famous designers. This list introduces the world’s top museums to cultural and art enthusiasts. These days, many people are turning their attention to museums and recreation centers, so it is worth taking a look at the world’s top museums and what they have to offer to visitors from all over the world.
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National Gallery of Singapore in Singapore
The “red dot” is the acronym of a small but powerful Singapore. This venue is one of the worlds top museums that hosts the creative works of Singapore artists from the 19th century onwards, as well as the works of other Asian visual arts. The National Gallery of Singapore opened in late 2015 and is home to the world’s largest public collection of Singaporean and Southeast Asian art, with approximately 10,000 works.
This gallery is located in the downtown area of Singapore. With a space of 64,000 square meters on one floor, the National Gallery of Singapore is the largest of its kind in Singapore and is also more popular than the Singapore Art Museum located in Clarke Quay near City Hall MRT metro station. In addition to its extensive permanent collection, the National Gallery of Singapore hosts regular exhibitions with the help of some of the world’s leading art institutions.
Museu do Amanhã in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil
The future lies in the Rio de Janeiro Museum of Tomorrow, a place in the heart of the city that is well ahead of its time. Museu do Amanhã is one of the world’s top museums in terms of its futuristic design. It contains works of modern art, built by Santiago Calatrava and located in the heart of Brazil. This museum is located near the Praça Mauá tourist attraction, accessible via the Parada dos Museus tram stop or Uruguaiana subway station.