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Museums Museums

Exquisite paintings and sculptures… With binoculars in hand, you can appreciate even the minutest details for as long as you like.
Viewing the artist’s unique touch and handiwork up close enables you to appreciate the artwork on an even deeper level.

Viewing Opportunities

  • Art Museums

    Art Museums

    Whether observing paintings or sculptures, you can appreciate the minute expressions and artistic touches of your favorite artworks and artists as much as you like.

  • History Museums

    History Museums

    You can view at close range historical artifacts that you aren’t allowed to touch, enabling you to enjoy museum exhibits to your heart’s content.

Tips for Choosing the Right Binoculars

You can get a lot of use out of binoculars even when viewing in indoor settings, such as in art or history museums. Choose binoculars with low magnification and a short close focus distance to fully enjoy minute expressions and artistic touches as well as historical exhibits.

Right magnification for the situation
For art and history museums, we recommend magnification of 4x to 7x.
Compact, lightweight binoculars for quick and easy viewing
With compact, lightweight binoculars, you can walk around the museum, pulling out the binoculars quickly when you reach the artwork or exhibit that you want to see.
Short close focus distance
With a close focus distance below 2m, objects that are nearby appear even bigger. If you choose a monocular, the close focus distance is even shorter, allowing you to see the finer details of objects inside of glass display cases, as well.
Stylish design
For the calm and tranquil atmosphere of an art or history museum, we recommend binoculars with a stylish design that fits in the situation.