1. Fondation Maeght
    Absolutely breathtaking modern art museum in southern France overlooking the Mediterranean. The collection is incredible, the remote location means there aren't a lot of visitors, and the location is unbeatable
  2. Museum of Modern Art, New York
    If I could go here every day, I would. It's not only one of the best museums of modern art in the world, but always on the cutting edge with contemporary art.
  3. Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar
    When the wealthiest per capita country in the world gives I.M. Pei a blank check and unlimited creative freedom, and acquires a collection with the single motive of finding "the best," the result is worth going to Qatar
  4. Musée du Quai Branly
    Highly controversial, but I love this place (sorry art history professors). It was built in the mid-2000s to house Paris's collections of African and Oceanic art, which probably shouldn't be together, but the purpose built displays are transformative and the surrounding gardens are such a stark contrast from the cityscape around it. It's the anti-Paris right in the middle of the city.
  5. Musée du Louvre
    Because where else can you see a Delacroix masterpiece, an Old Kingdom Egyptian statue, and Chinese blue and white porcelain in a massive palace in the middle of a city?