List of largest art museums

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Art museums are some of the largest buildings in the world. The world's most pre-eminent museums have also engaged in various expansion projects through the years, expanding their total exhibition space.[1]

List[edit]

The following is a list of art museums ranked according to their gallery space where published by reliable sources. Only museums with more than 8,000 square meters (86,000 sq ft) of gallery space are included.

Building Name City Country Gallery space
in m2 (sq ft)
Year
established
Russia-2767B - Alexander Column (4122823192).jpg State Hermitage Museum St. Petersburg  Russia 100,000
(1,100,000)[2][unreliable source?]
1764
Paris 75001 Cour Napoléon Louvre Aile Turgot 02b 20141107 125236.jpg Louvre Paris  France 72,735
(782,910)[3]
1792
Chinese National Museum.jpg National Museum of China Beijing  China 65,000
(700,000)[4]
1959
Metropolitan Museum of Art - panoramio.jpg Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City  United States 58,820
(633,100)[5]
1870
Vatican Museums outside.jpg Vatican Museums Vatican City (Rome)   Vatican City 43,000
(460,000)[5]
1506
Tokyo National Museum Main Building P3303258.jpg Tokyo National Museum Tokyo  Japan 38,000

(410,000)[6]

1872
Museo Nacional de Antropología - Wiki takes Antropología 007.jpg National Museum of Anthropology Mexico City  Mexico 33,000
(360,000)[7]
1964
Victoria and Albert Museum-1.jpg Victoria and Albert Museum London  United Kingdom 30,658
(330,000)[8][9]
1852
MFAHCarolineWeissLaw.JPG Houston Museum of Fine Arts Houston  United States 28,000
(300,000)[10]
1900
National Museum of Korea.jpg National Museum of Korea Seoul  South Korea 27,090
(291,600)[11]
1909
British Museum from NE 2.JPG British Museum London  United Kingdom 25,700
(277,000)[5]
1753
Art Institute of Chicago Michigan Avenue.jpg Art Institute of Chicago Chicago  United States 26,000
(280,000)[12][note 1]
1879
Mystetskyi Arsenal in Kyiv.jpg Mystetskyi Arsenal Kyiv  Ukraine 24,000
(260,000)[13]
2006
NGA-EastBldg.jpg National Gallery of Art Washington  United States 25,200
(271,000)[14]
1937
MASS MoCA 1.jpg MASS MoCA North Adams  United States 23,225
(249,990)[15]
1999
Art & History Museum Brussels  Belgium 22,000

(240,000)

1835
Mfa boston af.jpg Museum of Fine Arts Boston  United States 20,500
(221,000)[16]
1870
Shandong Art Museum Jinan  China 19,700
(212,000)[17]
1977
Israel Museum Black and White (6898548048).jpg Israel Museum Jerusalem  Israel 18,500
(199,000)[18]
1965
National Gallery Singapore - Joy of Museums - External.jpg National Gallery Singapore Singapore  Singapore 18,000
(190,000)[19]
2015
Minneapolis Institute of Arts.jpg Minneapolis Institute of Art Minneapolis  United States 17,500
(188,000)[20]
1883
M+ Museum Hong Kong.jpg M+ Hong Kong  China 17,000 (183,000)[21] 2021
BMA-2010-screen.jpg Birmingham Museum of Art Birmingham  United States 17,000

(180,000)[22]

1951
Venezia-Arsenale.jpg Arsenal (Biennale) Venice  Italy 17,000
(180,000)[23]
1895
Exterior of the Centre Georges-Pompidou 20171223-1.jpg
Musée National d'Art Moderne Paris  France 17,000
(180,000)[24]
1947
Orsay Museum.JPG Musée d'Orsay Paris  France 16,853
(181,400)[25]
1986
2017 SFMOMA from Yerba Buena Gardens.jpg San Francisco Museum of Modern Art San Francisco  United States 15,800
(170,000)[26]
1935
Museo del Prado 2016 (25185969599).jpg Museo del Prado Madrid  Spain 15,400
(166,000)[27]
1819
WLA filmlinc MOMA 4.jpg Museum of Modern Art New York City  United States 15,400
(166,000)[28]
1929
Denver Art Gallery 02.JPG Denver Art Museum Denver  United States 15,000
(160,000)[29][30]
1918
Egyptian museum cairo.JPG Egyptian Museum Cairo  Egypt 15,000
(160,000)[31]
1902
Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo.JPG Ciccillo Matarazzo (Bienal) São Paulo  Brazil 15,000
(160,000)[32]
1951
Dia Beacon 19.JPG Dia:Beacon Beacon, New York  United States 14,900
(160,000)[33]
2003
Dallas Museum of Art July 2015 01.jpg Dallas Museum of Art Dallas  United States 14,800
(159,000)[20]
1903
Edificio Sabatini. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.jpg Museo Reina Sofía Madrid  Spain 14,756
(158,830)[34][35][note 2]
1992
MMCA-Gwacheon.jpg MMCA, Gwacheon Gwacheon  South Korea 14,144
(152,240)[36]
1969
Detroit Institute of Arts - IMG 8923.JPG Detroit Institute of Arts Detroit  United States 14,000
(150,000)[37]
1885
National Art Center Tokyo 2008.jpg Tokyo National Art Center Tokyo  Japan 14,000
(150,000)[38]
2007
NTMOFA6.jpg National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts Taichung  Taiwan 13,600
(146,000)[39]
1988
Praha Veletržní palác jih.jpg National Gallery in Prague (Veletržní) Prague  Czech Republic 13,500
(145,000)[40]
1796
Indy-Art-Museum-Szmurlo.jpg Indianapolis Museum of Art Indianapolis  United States 13,300
(143,000)[41]
1883
Millwaukee Museum from south-west.jpg Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee  United States 13,196.4
(142,045)[42]
1882
Bayerisches Nationalmuseum.JPG Bavarian National Museum Munich  Germany 13,000
(140,000)[43]
1855
Capital Museum in Beijing.jpg Capital Museum Beijing  China 13,000
(140,000)[44][45]
1981
Museum of Fine Arts, main entrance, Montreal.jpg Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Montreal  Canada 13,000
(140,000)[46]
1860
Galería Nacional, Londres, Inglaterra, 2014-08-07, DD 035.JPG National Gallery London  United Kingdom 13,000
(140,000)[note 3][47]
1824
National Gallery of Victoria ext 01.JPG National Gallery of Victoria (St Kilda Road) Melbourne  Australia 13,000
(140,000)[48]
1861
Palais-de-Tokyo-lumière8.JPG Palais de Tokyo Paris  France 13,000
(140,000)[49]
2001
Salar jung museum hyderabad.jpg Salar Jung Museum Hyderabad  India 13,000
(140,000)[50]
1855
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts - entrance Fall2010.JPG Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Richmond  United States 12,500
(135,000)[51]
1934
Tate Modern - exteriér I. (3. 10. 2004).JPG Tate Modern London  United Kingdom 12,427
(133,760)[52]
2000
Springtime art museum.jpg Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland  United States 12,400
(133,000)[20]
1913
Musee des beaux-arts du Canada - 001.jpg National Gallery of Canada Ottawa  Canada 12,400
(133,000)[53]
1880
AGO at dusk.jpg Art Gallery of Ontario Toronto  Canada 12,000
(129,000)[54]
1900
Kunsthalle Hamburg.jpg Hamburger Kunsthalle Hamburg  Germany 12,000
(130,000)[55]
1869
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Rotterdam) 2.JPG Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam  Netherlands 12,000
(130,000)[56]
1849
Jaipur House Delhi.jpg National Gallery of Modern Art New Delhi  India 12,000
(130,000)[57]
1954
Beaux arts lille.jpg Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille Lille  France 12,000
(130,000)[58]
1809
Pinakothek der Moderne Nord.jpg Pinakothek der Moderne Munich  Germany 12,000
(130,000)[59]
2002
Rijksmuseum (3400724608).jpg Rijksmuseum Amsterdam  Netherlands 12,000
(130,000)[60]
1800
Moscow, Krymsky Val Street 10-14 2014 02.JPG Tretyakov Gallery (Krymsky Val) Moscow  Russia 12,000
(130,000)[61]
1985
Taipei Fine Arts Museum 20150919.jpg Taipei Fine Arts Museum Taipei Taiwan 11,700
(126,000)[62]
1983
NSWAG.jpg Art Gallery of New South Wales Sydney Australia 11,000
(120,000)[63]
1874
Muzeum Kapitolinskie.JPG Capitoline Museums Rome Italy 11,000
(120,000)[64]
1471
Fondazione prada, milano, cortile 02.JPG Fondazione Prada Milan Italy 11,000
(120,000)[65]
1993
Museo Guggenheim, Bilbao.JPG Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Spain 11,000
(120,000)[66]
1997
Highsmithlacmaoblique.jpg Los Angeles County Museum of Art Los Angeles United States 11,000
(120,000)[67]
1910
Shaanxi History Museum 2.JPG Shaanxi History Museum Xi'an China 11,000
(120,000)[68]
1991
HangarBicocca, vue du haut du Hangar.jpg HangarBicocca Milan Italy 10,900
(117,000)[69]
2012
Museu nacional d'art de catalunya.jpg Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya Barcelona Spain 10,500
(113,000)[70]
1934
Tibet Museum1.jpg Tibet Museum Lhasa China 10,500
(113,000)[71]
1999
Portland Art Museum Mark Building - Oregon.JPG Portland Art Museum Portland, Oregon United States 10,400
(112,000)[72]
1892
Budapest Fine Arts Museum R01.jpg Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest Budapest Hungary 10,300
(111,000)[73]
1906
Carnegie Museum of Art.JPG Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh United States 10,000
(110,000)[74]
1896
HambgBhf 1a.jpg Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin Germany 10,000
(110,000)[75]
1996
Basler Kunstmuseum.jpg Kunstmuseum Basel Basel Switzerland 10,000
(110,000)[76]
1936
MAXXI ingresso 04.jpg MAXXI Rome Italy 10,000
(110,000)[77]
2010
Museo Egizio e Galleria sabauda, Torino.jpg Museo Egizio Turin Italy 10,000
(110,000)[78]
1824
Museum kunst palast East facade.jpg Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf Germany 10,000
(110,000)[79]
1913
MMCA-Gwacheon.jpg MMCA, Seoul Seoul South Korea 10,000
(110,000)[80]
2013
Stlouisartmuseum.JPG Saint Louis Art Museum St. Louis United States 10,000
(110,000)[20]
1881
PikiWiki Israel 15282 Tel Aviv Museum of Art.jpg Tel Aviv Museum of Art Tel Aviv Israel 10,000
(110,000)[note 4][81][82]
1932
Taipei Taiwan National-Palace-Museum-02.jpg National Palace Museum Taipei Taiwan 9,613
(103,470)[83]
1925
Museo Arqueológico Nacional de España 01.jpg National Archaeological Museum Madrid Spain 9,300
(100,000)[84]
1867
Musée Fabre - panoramio.jpg Musée Fabre Montpellier France 9,300
(100,000)[85]
1828
Bardo Museum east-1.JPG Bardo National Museum Tunis Tunisia 9,000
(97,000)[86]
1888
Cité de l'architecture 001.jpg Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine Paris France 9,000
(97,000)[87]
1879
Nasjonalgalleriet oslo.jpg National Gallery Oslo Norway 9,000
(97,000)[88]
1842
Shanghai - Power Station of Art (12250570163).jpg Power Station of Art (Biennale) Shanghai China 9,000
(97,000)[89]
2012
Old Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 2011.jpg Smithsonian American Art Museum Washington, D.C. United States 8,800
(95,000)[90]
1829
Musee du quai Branly exterieur.jpg Musée du quai Branly Paris France 8,750
(94,200)[91]
2006
150xframeless High Museum of Art Atlanta United States 8,714

(93,800)[92]

1905
辽宁省博物馆新馆.jpg Liaoning Provincial Museum Shenyang China 8,500
(91,000)[93]
1949
Milano Banca Commerciale.JPG Gallerie di Piazza Scala Milan Italy 8,300
(89,000)[94]
2011
National Art Museum Of China.jpg National Art Museum of China Beijing China 8,300
(89,000)[95]
1958
Le parvis d'entrée de la Gemäldegalerie (Berlin) (11476462646).jpg Gemäldegalerie Berlin Germany 8,000
(86,000)[96]
1830
Louvre Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi UAE 8,000
(86,000)[97]
2017
Cologne Germany Roofs-of-Museum-Ludwig-01.jpg Museum Ludwig Cologne Germany 8,000
(86,000)[98]
1976
Archäologisches Nationalmuseum Athen.jpg National Archaeological Museum Athens Greece 8,000
(86,000)[99]
1866
Neues Museum Berlin.jpg Neues Museum Berlin Germany 8,000
(86,000)[100][deprecated source]
1855
Paris - Petit Palais.jpg Petit Palais Paris France 8,000
(86,000)[101]
1902
Stedelijk Museum 1.jpg Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam Netherlands 8,000
(86,000)[102]
1874

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 65,000 sqft expansion adds 30% of gallery space
  2. ^ References for historical building + extension
  3. ^ The Sainsbury Wing has 450,000 square feet of exhibition space (Victoria Newhouse, Towards a New Museum, 1998, Monacelli Press, p.182) and accounts for roughly a third of the museum
  4. ^ 5,000 sqm original exhibition space, doubled by extension

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