Let’s say you had to guess how many museum websites are using responsive web design. I would have guessed a handful. Doing some pretty quick research I was surprised to find twenty of them–ten in the US and ten international.

As I’ve written before, responsive web design makes sense for an organization with limited resources that wants to reach as many people as possible. It can save you from having to develop different apps for different devices and having your content get out of sync. Andrew Lewis at the V&A in London writes persuasively about their decision to design a responsive site last year. As you can see from the list below, the V&A is not alone.

Some of these sites on this list are quite beautiful while others, to be honest, are pretty straightforward. What’s significant is that they are all accessible to the growing numbers of visitors that mostly have access on their phones.

10 Museums in the US with Responsive Websites

10 Responsive Websites for Museums outside the US