The world’s largest corporations devote a significant amount of effort and money on reputation management. Art museums, on the other hand, have demonstrably greater reputations than even the most well-known enterprises in the world when measured.
Despite their best efforts, organizations all over the globe can learn a lot from how museums build a positive public image, according to a recent study project done by me and Patricia Heijndijk of the University of the Netherlands to rank the world’s finest museums by reputation.
Without further ado, lets share with you some of the most admired art museums that you can visit and explore good things. Good things comes in abundance including Online Casino.
The Louvre, France
The Louvre, which opened its doors in 1793 and was initially erected as a castle in the 12th century, is one of the oldest art museums in the world. The Louvre is not only the largest museum in the world, but it is also the most visited, with over 7.3 million visitors in 2016.
The Louvre has almost 38,000 artifacts in eight different departments, the most famous of which is Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, which ranks first in all five main reputation factors.
Van Gogh Museum, Netherlands
The museum in Amsterdam is dedicated completely to the work of Vincent Van Gogh and receives over 2 million visitors each year. It was founded in 1976 and now houses the world’s greatest collection of Van Gogh artwork, with 1,300 items including his famous paintings Sunflowers, Self-Portrait, and The Potato Eaters.
The Rijksmuseum was founded in The Hague in 1800 and moved to Amsterdam in 1808. Pierre Cuypers designed the current main building, which originally opened its doors in 1885. After a ten-year refurbishment effort costing €375 million, the museum reopened in 2013. It houses a collection of 1 million objects from the years 1200 to 2000 and showcases 8,000 art and historical artifacts.
Masterpieces by world-renowned artists like as Rembrandt, Frans Hals, and Johannes Vermeer are included in this collection. The Rijksmuseum is only the 17th most visited art museum in the world, with 2.5 million visitors per year.
State Hermitage, Russia
The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, which spans 700,000 square feet, is one of the world’s largest museums, second only to the Louvre in terms of sheer size. It is not just the most popular tourist attraction in St. Petersburg, but also the world’s eighth most visited museum, with over 4.1 million visitors.
British Museum, UK
The British Museum in London, which houses the world’s largest collection of artefacts (8 million), was founded in 1759 as a tribute to physician and scientist Sir Hans Sloane’s research. It is now the world’s third most visited museum, with 6.8 million visitors per year, and the second-oldest in the overall rankings.