Western culture is deeply rooted inside the European continent, and the prominent museums showcasing diverse artistic treasures simply can’t be ignored!
In each city we offer tours in several museums – from must see’s such as the Tate Modern in London, to fascinating walks inside the brimful galleries of the British museum, the luxurious collection of Paris’s Centre Pompidou or the charming museum dedicated to Juan Miró’s work in Barcelona. We also offer family friendly tours in museums – experiential and interactive tours that we create especially for children and families, recommended for anyone curious to discover the museums' hidden treasures!
London’s Tate Modern is the kingdom’s most popular touristic site! Our tour showcases masters such as Dali and Picasso, but also a visit to the hidden corners of the museum, where we’ll discover modern artists who aren’t as famous but just as interesting. We also offer tours in other museums such as the British Museum, where we will learn about faith, wars, and daily life of the ancient world through its art. The V&A, situated in one of London’s finest Victorian buildings, is where we’ll discover the royal collection, walk amongst ancient statues, rare artifacts from the far East, centuries old evening gowns, and dozens of pieces made by master craftsmen.
The Louvre is the most famous museum in the world and the largest in Paris (to see all it has to offer spending only 30 seconds per piece you’ll need 100 days!). Throughout the tour we will see some of the most interesting and beautiful pieces of the French and Italian collection, from De Vinci’s immortal Mona Lisa, to artists such as Delacroix, Géricault, and Raphael, to the hypnotizing works of Caravaggio and David. In the famous Centre Pompidou in Paris we will embark on a journey to the cornerstones of modern art, passing through Henri Matisse, Marcel Duchamp, and the Bauhaus movement. We will then continue to the marvelous contemporary art collection and finish with an amazing view of the city.
In the Fundació Joan Miró in Barcelona we will not only get to know Miró’s unique work, but also get a peek at different eras in art history, including movements and events which changed art history, as well as the local history and the way it affected Miró’s art. It is a fascinating tour in an inspiring venue filled with creativity, and is highly recommended to families and adults looking to add some colour to their day :)