Museum Virtual Tours You Can’t Miss ⇒ In order to help those who, during this time of self-isolation, are feeling more anxious, isolated and down, Google Arts and Culture, as well as many popular museums, are officially providing Museum Virtual Tours of over 2,500 spaces, including art galleries and opera theatres, which can be accessed in your home and free of charge. Take a look at our top picks!
The Louvre, France
As one of the most iconic art museums in the world and a historic monument in the heart of Paris, the Louvre definitely deserves a place on this list. The Museum Virtual Tour grants access to some of the most popular exhibits such as the Egyptian Antiquities and Michelangelo works. Feel free to click on the artefacts during your visit to learn more about them.
The National Gallery of Art, USA
The National Gallery of Art, which is currently closed indefinitely, is usually free and open to the general public, but it also offers free Museum Virtual Tours, a much safer way to visit in these times than in person. You can take a look at the current exhibitions at the museum and listen to both audio and video recordings of its past lectures online.
Vatican Museums, Italy
One of the most affected countries by the current situation is Italy, home to some of the most amazing museums in the world. You can still enjoy and learn about the amazing history of this country through the Museum Virtual Tour provided by the Vatican Museums, which contain seven different spaces available in 360-degree images, including the Sistine Chapel!
Guggenheim Museum, Spain
With the steel structure of the building created by Frank Gehry, this is one of the world’s most iconic art spaces. Take the Museum Virtual Tour online to enjoy its collection of European and American postwar artworks, such as paintings and sculptures.
NASA offers virtual tours to several of its research areas, such as the Langley Research Center in Virginia and Glenn Research Center in Ohio. The Houston Space Center has an app in which users can take virtual tours, listen to audio stories and videos about space exploration and enjoy augmented reality experiences.
National Gallery, UK
Set in London’s Trafalgar Square, the National Art Museum holds 2300 European art pieces from the 13th to the mid-20th century. In its Museum Virtual Tour, you can visit the seven exhibition spaces of Renaissance Art, portraits, sculptures and altarpieces to discover!
If you enjoyed this article about Wine Rooms, then make sure to check out our socials to find more interior design trends and ideas: