The Guggenheim in New York City is one of the leading art museums in the world. Renowned for its stunning architecture featuring a sleek silhouette, the shape of the museum is just as famous as the works of art displayed inside. The museum was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and opened in 1959, showcasing works by artists like Pablo Picasso, Rudolf Bauer, and Vasily Kandinsky. One of the museum’s key elements is a large rotunda topped by a beautiful skylight. A spiral ramp leads visitors through the museum, allowing people to view the art without the congestion of the maze-like layout found in most museums.