Some of the largest and most valuable collections of art and historical pieces in museums can be visited free of charge. Discover the great museums of Europe that allow free admission.
British Museum is considered one of the most important museums of Europe. London museum houses works of art, ceramics, sculpture, painting, drawing, etc. Exhibits depict the history and culture of mankind, and collections are among the largest in the world, with products from all continents. British Museum was founded in the nineteenth century, and today the museum is a top attraction in London and one of the attractions that can be visited for free.
Picasso Museum is one of the best in Barcelona, and queues at the Landmark seem endless. Those who wish to see the museum has to go in the morning or to reserve a good portion of the day. While visiting the museum is usually a fee, there are two opportunities to receive free admission. Museo Picasso can be seen for free on the first Sunday of every month and every Sunday after 15:00. Picasso Museum houses over 3,500 works of artist and holds the largest collection of creations by Pablo Picasso.
Wien Museum is one of the most interesting cultural sights of Vienna. The museum holds collections of art and historical objects from the Neolithic until the mid-twentieth century. Wien Museum has a large collection of works by Klimt, with about 400 pieces. Those who want to see free museum have to reserve a few hours on the first Sunday of the month. Free admission ticket provides access to the permanent collections and, in some cases, special exhibitions.
Musee des Beaux Arts in ville de Paris
Museum of Fine Arts of Paris Petit Palais is located in one of the historic monuments of Paris. Visitors find here masterpieces from antiquity to the early twentieth century. The museum has exhibits of Egyptian, Roman, Greek, medieval books, furniture seventeenth century Flemish paintings etc. Museum garden is adorned with mosaics, fountains, flower beds and columns. Musee des Beaux Arts De La Ville de Paris can be visited free of charge.
The Vatican Museums are top goals of Rome, considered some of the most valuable museums in the world. Visitors find here masterpieces of the Renaissance. Musei Vatican was founded at the beginning of the sixteenth century. Last Sunday of each month is the day you can visit the Vatican Museums free. The rule is valid for the morning, until 12:30, when the last entry is made.
The Louvre is one of the most visited museums in the world and is one of the largest sized and collections. Located in the Louvre Palace, the museum is an emblem of Paris and the whole of France. Louvre Museum can be visited only once a year free on July 14, the National Day of France. On that day, the museum is open from 9 am to 17:30.