Since International Museum Day is May 18th, I’m taking time this month to feature stories about some of my favorite places to gaze upon works of art.
The first destination I’d like to highlight is located in my hometown of Orlando, The Morse Museum, featuring the glass works of Louis Comfort Tiffany. The most inspiring of these is the chapel which was originally created to showcase in the Tiffany & Co. pavilion at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893.
Influenced by medieval Roman architecture, this is my favorite spot to walk too after sipping an espresso on Park Avenue and then imagining instead that I’m lost in the streets of Rome.
Take a peek inside the chapel during this short video I created about them below …