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4 One-of-a-Kind Museums to Add to Your Bucket List!

If you are pop culture junkie that’s constantly looking for new tourist attractions related to fashion and entertainment around the world, then this is for you! From Paris to Abu Dhabi, here is a list of great, one-of-a-kind museums to add to your bucket list. So, take note and pin these destinations to your Pinterest!

A Heaven for Cinephiles

Cinémathèque Française

The Cinémathèque Française holds one of the most impressive archives of film documents and film-related objects in the whole world. The role of this renowned film museum is to collect, preserve, promote, and restore a large part of the cinematographic heritage, not only of the city of Paris, but also the world at large. In the film library, you can see many objects from the world of cinema, as well as excerpts from films from early on. It is located right next to Bercy Park, near the shopping center of the same name, and it has numerous restaurants and terraces.

A Louvre in Abu Dhabi

A Louvre in Abu Dhabi

Considered one of the most important cultural projects in the world, the new museum is perfectly curated and it has a unique way in telling the history of art from a chronological and non-geographical perspective, in order to encourage curiosity, knowledge, and introspection among its visitors. The museum was inaugurated at the end of 2017 and is ready for your visit!

Lovers of Music History

Grammy Museum (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images)

Visiting the Grammy Museum is quite an experience, as it is an interactive museum created with the purpose to educate as well as entertain. Visitors are able to see the entire Grammy trophy collection, and enjoy compositions made by the most famous singers. It also showcases clothes and all kinds of music-related objects that will make you feel closer to the greatest music artists of all time.

The Spot For Real Shoe Lovers

Bata Shoe Museum

The Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto is quite a unique experience as you can learn the history of footwear! The museum collection has rare, old, and iconic pieces, such as the eccentric platforms Elton John used to wear, as well as shoes own by Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Judy Garland, and many other celebrities. You can also learn about the history of sports shoes, heels, flats, sandals, and everything in between.

Whether your interests involve shoes, decor, anime, Egyptian history, or local art, there’s a museum out there waiting for you!



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