1. Art Gallery of Alberta
There are beautiful swirl of glass, steel and zinc which is inspired by both the Northern Lights and the curve of the North Saskatchewan River.
2. The Tate Modern
It is located on the south side of the River Thames in London, which is blocky and industrial looking like building. It is permanent galleries and free to visit!
3. The Hamburger Bahnhof
After a reconstruction, it become the first state museum for contemporary art. It is beautiful gallery in Berlin, with all skylights, white walls and polished wooden floors.
4. The Louvre
It is located in the heart of Paris. The gallery is in the former of the royal palace and all the ceiling, views and architecture are amazing.
5. The Musee d’Orsay
The museum is a train station before, but now full of natural light, high ceilings and whitewashed walls. You can find a collection of works by Monet, Pissarro and Degas.
6. Uffizi Gallery
It located near the river in the Centre of Florence, it shows the best of the Renaissance with sculpture, large pieces of artworks and some wonderful sketches.