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The post-holiday chill can make your get-healthy New Year’s resolution more daunting. If you consider walking through a museum a good form of exercise though, you’ll kill two birds with one stone by visiting these travel-worthy exhibits across the country.

Degas: A Passion for Perfection at the Denver Art Museum
Feb. 11 – May 20, 2018

In its only U.S. appearance, Degas: A Passion for Perfection brings French artist Edgar Degas’ works from 1855 to 1906 to Denver. The exhibit includes more than 100 pieces, including paintings, drawings, pastels, etchings, monotypes and sculptures, covering his artistic interests in dancers, nudes and horses. Work by French artists Eugène Delacroix and Paul Cézanne are also included in the exhibition.

Adios Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950 at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis
Through March 18

In what’s being billed as the most significant exhibition of Cuban art in the U.S. in over 70 years, the Walker Art Center has compiled work from more than 50 artists and designers who lived and trained in Cuba through its tumultuous history since the revolution. The 100-plus works include paintings, graphic design, photography, videos, installations and performances that address the revolution’s impact on art, speech, industry and exile.

Legends of Rock & Roll: The Beatles at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland
Permanent

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Beatles exhibit has been upgraded as part of the museum’s multi-year, multi-million dollar transformation with the goal of making it more visually bold. One highlight is the never-before-displayed piano that was used by John Lennon and Paul McCartney while writing some of their biggest hits, including I Want to Hold Your Hand and Eleanor Rigby. Other Fab Four artifacts include drumsticks used by Ringo Starr in a 1964 Cleveland concert and George Harrison’s suit from a 1966 tour.

With a Loving Eye at the Harbor History Museum in Gig Harbor, Wash.
Nov. 18, 2017 – April 29, 2018

Known for her photographs of Pacific Northwest punk garage bands, Jini Dellaccio’s candid portraits have been used on numerous album covers. She often photographed her subjects in and around her Gig Harbor property, where this exhibit takes place. Dellaccio, who…