Cleveland Museum of Art Offers Medieval Treasures Online

The Cleveland Museum of Art holds an extensive collection of medieval treasures, including a newly-renovated Armor Court. Those able to make the trip to Cleveland, Ohio will not regret a stop at the Cleveland Museum of Art. The Museum owns an extensive collection of medieval and renaissance art, including illuminated manuscripts and a newly-restored armor court.

Although catalogs of the collection are difficult to come by, over 400 of the medieval and renaissance items can be viewed on the museum's website. Each entry includes a thumbnail and a detailed description of the piece. Larger views are available by clicking on the photograph.

The Cleveland Museum of Art's Armor Court is not to be missed. In addition to displays of armor and weaponry, the court includes tapestries and smaller decorative objects.

The museum is open every day except Monday and admission, except for special exhibits, is free. For more information, visit the website.