This is a sponsored post for epica journals.
I’d often dreamed of traveling the globe. Visiting different countries, embracing the culture, sampling different foods and tasting their coffee samplings. Seeing National Geographic’s best museums in the world is a way for me to accomplish this goal. I’ve always held an affinity for mostly fine art but must admit to being impressed with both the architecture and collection of the SFMOMA. It’s the only one on the list that I can cross off, however, I’ve had my fill of other museums across the country. From the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, California to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City I’ve seen some of the finest art pieces on display.
One thing I love about visiting art museums is the ability to walk, stand and browse the exhibits for hours knowing no one is going to bother me. Standing in front of a timeless classic from the European Era for a long time is not out of the ordinary for other onlookers. The fun in gaining a different perspective of the same piece of artwork from another visitor only adds to the enjoyment. Balboa Park in San Diego, California is one such place. It’s a one-stop viewing of one gallery after another only to be surrounded by a beautiful Japanese garden outside and so much more. There’s so much for the eye to behold.
Now it’s time for me to see what the rest of the world has to offer. The Louvre in Paris, France is at the top of my list but not National Geographic’s best in the world. I’ve been told by other travelers that the line starts early in the morning. How exciting! Knowing that people would arrive early in the morning to view art is mind-blowing.