Salvador Dalí Museum- Florida, USA

El Salvador Dalí Museum is an art museum located in the center of the city of Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States. It houses Salvador Dalí’s largest collection of paintings outside the European continent.

Hermitage Museum – San Petesburgo, Russia

The Hermitage Museum (in Russian Эрмитаж, ermitazh, from the French hermitage, “hermitage”, “refuge of the hermit”) of Saint Petersburg, Russia, is one of the largest art galleries and antique museums in the world. The museum’s collection occupies a complex consisting of six buildings located on the banks of the Neva River, the most important of which is the Winter Palace, the official residence of the ancient Tsars.

Mark Twain House and Museum

The Mark Twain House and Museum was the home of Mark Twain (whose real name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens) from 1874 to 1891 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Before 1871, when they moved to Hartford, Twain lived in Hannibal, Missouri. The house, of nineteen rooms, is of Victorian Gothic style.

National Museum of the United States Air Force

The National Museum of the United States Air Force (formerly United States Air Force Museum) is the official museum of the United States Air Force and is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, in Riverside, near Dayton, Ohio.

The NMUSAF is the world’s largest museum and the oldest museum of military aviation. More than 400 aircraft and missiles are displayed, most of them inside the building. Admission is free.

The National Gallery – London

The National Gallery is the main art museum in London, located on the northern boundary of Trafalgar Square in the municipality of Westminster, in the center of Greater London. Inaugurated in 1824, it has a collection of more than 2300 paintings, mostly European, of a wide historical period between 1250 and 1900. Because of its content it is a pinacoteca and not a generalist museum, as it does not exhibit sculptures or other arts, which are shown in other important museums of the capital.

The Schönbrunn Palace – Austria

The Schönbrunn Palace is a World Heritage Site and is the most visited place in Austria. The palace and gardens were for centuries the property of the Habsburgs and are largely preserved in their original form based primarily on Baroque art. Visitors will find numerous attractions here, a tour of the authentically residential and ceremonial rooms of the imperial family in the palace, and the labyrinth of gardens and a Children’s Museum.

Graceland Mansion – Memphis

Graceland is a house located in Memphis, Tennessee. It’s the mansion where “The King Of Rock” “Elvis Presley” lived from the age of 22, until his death.

It is located in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. It has become one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city, being the second most visited house in the country (after the White House), as well as a museum of its life and a temple for its fans. Elvis bought the house in March 1957 as a gift to his parents, making it his usual residence. The mansion was acquired from Dr. Thomas and Ruth Moore, who gave it the name of Graceland in honor of his daughter Grace.

Hagia Sophia – Istanbul

Holy Mother Sofia or Hagia Sophia (from the Greek: Άγια Σοφία, “Holy Wisdom” in Latin: Sancta Sophia or Sancta Sapientia, in Turkish: Ayasofya) is an old orthodox patriarchal basilica, later converted into a mosque and now a museum, in the City of Istanbul, Turkey.

National Museum of Natural History of France

The National Museum of Natural History of France (in French: Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle)? It is a public institution of French scientific research. It depends on the Ministry of General Education, the Ministry of Higher Education and the Ministry of the Environment. Its main functions are the conservation of scientific collections, scientific research, higher education and the dissemination of scientific culture in the specialties of the institution: Natural History. The Evolution Gallery is one of the most visited exhibition halls in Paris.

Sorolla Museum – Spain

The museum was inaugurated in 1932, and its first director was the only male son of Sorolla, Joaquín Sorolla García, who increased the legacy and created the Foundation.
The strong point of the collections is, of course, Sorolla’s painting. The collection of the museum is the most important set of works of this painter that is conserved in the same institution. Sorolla was left with those works that he had painted for his own pleasure or that, because they were family portraits, they were not intended for sale. It is, then, a very personal collection of the painter, which is completed with numerous drawings and “notes of color”, oil tablets where the painter continuously collected his prints.