This superb art museum, the largest in the Caribbean, holds 4,500 works encompassing the finest collections of European and Latin American art in the region, with works dating back 500 years, and a growing collection of contemporary art. Iconic pieces include Fredrick Lord Leighton’s gorgeous “Flaming June” and “Brushstrokes in Flight,” a 28-foot high painted metal sculpture by Roy Lichtenstein that marks the main entrance. A 2010, $30 million renovation breathed new life into this cultural institution, expanding exhibition and theatre space, and renovating public areas.