From the Met to the British Museum, visit our picks for the world's must-see museums.
Visitors to London's National History Museum can explore more than 70 million specimens.
The jewel in the crown of the Boston Museum of Fine Art is without doubt the Asian galleries.
Cairo's Egyptian Museum provides an opportunity to see one of mankind's greatest works, Tutankhamen's golden mask.
Spending just 1 second at each piece in St. Petersburg's State Hermitage Museum would take over 3 weeks of your time.
The Louvre is France's -- and some would argue, the world's -- finest cultural institution.
The collection at Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum is so vast, it's spread across 8 city buildings.
The Hagues' Mauritshuis Museum features extraordinary pictures from the 17th-century Dutch Golden Age.
New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art contains works plucked from 50,000 years of human creativity, belief and power.
Israel's Shrine of the Book collection contains some of the most important cultural artifacts related to Christianity.
The collection at the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence was cultivated by the Medici family over many centuries.
Vatican City houses some of the finest Italian art ever produced, including Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel frescoes.
London's British Museum is a lesson in where our culture and others have come from, and where we each look to be going.