Top stories this month
- Announcing our partnership with ICOM
- Add your events for International Museum Day 2015
- Over 100.000 likes on our Facebook page
Discover Museums of the World
The new and improved Museums of the World is getting bigger and better every day. With information about over 30.000 museums available and over 300.000 mobile app downloads, it’s one of the biggest online museums resources in the world!
Hundreds of museums are already using our FREE online editor to update their visitor information, add exhibitions, events, educational activities, articles, and even collections. Get access for your museum
We’re working hard to improve our services and bring you exciting new functionalities. Meanwhile we invite you to join our growing community and update your museum’s profile. It’s FREE and very easy!
Also, read our art stories and culture news, kindly brought to you by Culture24 and Europeana. Still popular with our fans:
- Our list of award-winning European museums
- The list of the world’s oldest museums
- The best European museums for children
- The most visited museums in the world and for art lovers, top 15 most visited art museums in the world
We have partnered with ICOM for this year’s International Museum Day 2015
Use your Museums of the World account to access our online editor and promote your museums! Add “IMD2015” tag to display your International Museum Day activities on the official ICOM map. Register here
Join more than 107.000 followers on our Facebook page
Interesting facts and stories, exceptional museums and their activities brought to almost 108.000 followers.
Spring in art – our favorite spring landscapes was one of the most popular daily art stories.
Among the most liked images were "A Canal at St. Mammes" by Francis Picabia…
"Easter Morning or Easter Mystery" by Maurice Denis…
And our update from MoMA.
Join 100.000 Museums fans and follow us on Facebook and Twitter
We bring you wonderful collections from museums all over the world. Many of them are brought to you by Europeana.
Don’t miss the Vintage fashion drawings from the Late 1930s by Amsterdam Museum.