Arts Museums in the USA

Find the most popular arts museums in the USA from all top destinations. There's around 2,000 arts museums in various cities of United States. The major states in the USA with top arts museums are New York, California, District of Columbia, Illinois and Texas. And the major cities are New York, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston.

There is never a shortage of things to do in the USA. If you are an art buff, the entire country is dotted with quite a number of art museums that will pique your interest and even ignite your creativity.

What are the top art museums to visit in the United States? One you should never miss is that National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. which has among the most impressive art collection in the entire world. This museum, along with the attached Sculpture Garden, receives about 4.2 million visitors per year.

Other recommended art museums to visit in the US include the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Seattle Art Museum, the New York Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, J. Paul Getty Museum, National Museum of African Art, Morris Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Detroit Institute of Arts, Rhode Island School of Design Museum and many more.


USA States with Arts Museums

The arts museums of United States are listed in the following 52 states. Click on a state bellow to find arts museums of that specific state.


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