There are many art museums in the world that are a significant attraction for interested people. Some people enjoy crowded museums and others are attracted to lesser-known places. Most people prefer the latter because they provide some privacy while still offering the same services. Some unique under-the-radar museums include the following.
Castello di Rivoli
The Castle of Rivoli is a 4.6-star museum located in Italy. This little-known museum is the former residence for the Royal House of Savoy. The ancient museum was built in the 9th and 10th century. The 4.6-star museum was renovated in 1984 and became the first museum of contemporary art in the country.
Millesgarden, Stockholm, Sweden
Millesgarden is a Swedish 4.5-star museum situated in the Lingindo Municipality in Stockholm. It has a sculpture garden and art museum that is not known to many people, but it has top artwork. Millesgarden museum was established in 1936 with the curator being Tomas Jarliden. Pieces of art you will find in this gallery include the God’s Hand, Europa and the Bull, Angels Playing Music and Man and Pegasus.
Musee Fabre is a not-widely-known art museum based in Montpellier, France. The 4.5-star museum was founded in 1825 by a painter by the name of Francois-Xavier Fabre. The museum’s artwork collection has paintings from the 15th century to the 20th century. Some of them include The Wrath of Achilles and Alcibiades Being Taught by Socrates. Painters featured here include Sebastian Bourdon, Jacopo Bassano and Joshua Reynolds.
Zentrum Paul Klee
In Bern, Switzerland, you will find a little-known art museum directed by Nina Zimmer. Despite being mostly unknown, the museum has some eye-catching pieces of art. About 40% of the artwork focuses on Paul Klee’s pictorial work. The 4.4-star picture gallery was established in 2005 with Renzo Piano being the architect.