With 2020 being quite hard for the museums and galleries with many exhibitions being cancelled, it looks as if this year, everyone is trying to make up for it. Many European museums prepared special exhibitions this autumn and winter. Here is just a brief overview of some of the best exhibitions in European museums organised in autumn and winter 2021.
Museums are some of the most popular tourist attractions and usually places many travellers wants to visit on their trips. However, the experience of visiting a museum could also be quiet disappointing if not done right, even for the experienced museumgoers. After doing it wrong many times, and then learned how to visit the museums right, I wanted to share with you this guide for a perfect museum visit.
From celebrating the year of Jan van Eyck and Beethoven, paying homage to some modern painters like Andy Warhol, to a big art show by Marina Abramović, there’s going to be something for everyone when it comes to art this year. To make a choice of which exhibition to visit for you a bit easier, I did a bit of research and made a list with ten best art exhibitions in European museums in 2020 you shouldn’t miss.
Autumn in European museums is a time of the year when some of the best exhibitions of the year are usually organised. I did a bit of research and have looked for some of the best exhibitions in European museums to visit in autumn 2019. And it seems like we’re going to have an exciting end of the year. Best exhibitions in European museums to visit in autumn 2019 #1 – Leonardo da Vinci Louvre, Paris, October 24th 2019 – February 24th 2020 Probably one of the most expected exhibitions of the year is going to be organised in Louvre…