Competition

Newspaper Names the World's Best Museum

Sorry, Louvre, Met, and Prado—when it comes to naming the best museum in the world, The Guardian’s Jonathan Jones has a clear favorite: the Uffizi in Florence—that maze of poorly restored and dimly lit masterpieces hung salon style in crowded rooms. But, Jones argues, it’s definitively the best collection of art. From Botticelli’s Venus to Leonardo da Vinci’s Adoration of the Magi, Jones writes, the Uffizi is “a work of art in itself.”