New York City, Paris, London, St. Petersburg, Berlin, and Rome have myriads of prestigious museums – each contributing to an unforgettable panorama of time, world-changing events, scientific and archaeological discoveries, and mesmerizing works of art. Many museums are so vast that they need to be organized into specific tours addressing your personal interests. The Louvre in Paris, the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, and the Smithsonian take weeks to explore. Special must-see traveling world exhibits come only once in a decade, if ever again – the Faberge Collection, the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition, the Renaissance Masters, and very rare international-works-on-loan.
New York City’s MOMA is one of several museums that TBBD follows up on. Every few months, the MOMA has alternating exhibits showcasing world fashion, film, and photography. The UK’s National Motor Museum at Beaulieu and California’s Petersen Automotive Museum contain fabulous luxury cars, racing cars, vintage models, and automobiles once owned by princes and billionaire tycoons. The Smithsonian Air and Space Museum has the world’s largest collection of aeronautics. At the famous Natural History Museums of London, New York, and Washington D.C., you can wander vast corridors of dinosaur bones, fossils, meteorites, and a galaxy of painted stars and planets suspended alongside spiraling walkways.
And it’s not just museums, but also the grand cultural influx that Travel Benefits by Design provides. For unique regional landmarks and more museum details, go to our Destinations section of the Travel Benefits By Design’s website. Explore Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru, and many other fascinating countries. Our itineraries will let you experience a kaleidoscopic view of history – the Museum Island of Berlin, the Tower of London, the archaeological landmarks of the Aztec, Inca, Greek and Roman Empires, the palaces of the Medicis and the Renaissance Golden Age, the fortresses of Portuguese and Spanish explorers, and so much more.