Ranking points to CCBB-BH as the most visited museum in Latin America in 2023

Ranking points to CCBB-BH as the most visited museum in Latin America in 2023
Ranking points to CCBB-BH as the most visited museum in Latin America in 2023
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The Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCBB) in Belo Horizonte was the most visited museum in Latin America in 2023, according to a ranking by the British magazine The Art Newspaper.

With 1,474,825 visitors, the museum located in Praça da Liberdade, in the Center-South region of BH, is in 41st position among the 100 most visited in the world last year.

The Banco do Brasil Cultural Center in Rio de Janeiro (CCBB-RJ) is in 46th position, with 1,323,034 visitors.

The two Brazilian museums are the only representatives from Latin America present in The Art Newspaper ranking. See the top 10 below:

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The numbers recorded at CCBB-BH in 2023, however, still represent a 3% drop compared to the total number of visitors registered in 2019 – the last year before the COVID-19 pandemic, which paralyzed the cultural arts scene.

In CCBB-RJ, the drop in 2023 compared to the pre-pandemic period is 49%.

See the ranking of the 10 most visited museums in the world in 2023:

  1. Louvre Museum (Paris, France): 8,860,000 visitors
  2. Vatican Museum (Vatican City): 6,764,858 visitors
  3. British Museum (London, England): 5,820,860 visitors
  4. Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, USA): 5,364,000 visitors
  5. Tate Modern (London, England): 4,742,038 visitors
  6. National Museum of Korea (Seoul, South Korea): 4,180,285 visitors
  7. Orsay Museum (Paris, France): 3,871,498 visitors
  8. National Gallery of Art (Washington, USA): 3,829,812 visitors
  9. Museo Nacional del Prado (Madrid, Spain): 3,337,550 visitors
  10. Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia): 3,273,753 visitors

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