A virtual tour of exhibits and museums from across the world; no passports or plane tickets required!
Since travel is limited over the next few months, consider traveling virtually to different countries and visit these one-of-a-kind museums with Google Arts & Culture:
– Museu de Arte de São Paulo – São Paulo, Brazil
– British Museum London, England
– Musée d’Orsay Paris, France
– Pergamon Museum Berlin, Germany
– Uffizi Gallery Florence, Italy
– National Museum of Anthropology Mexico City, Mexico
– Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Netherlands
– Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam, Netherlands
– National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul, South Korea
– Guggenheim Museum New York City, United States
– National Gallery of Art Washington, D.C.,United States
– The J. Paul Getty Museum Los Angeles, United States
For more, view the collections list here.
Or spend six days in Italy visiting one museum each day!
– Musei Vaticani, Rome
– The Uffizi Gallery, Florence
– The Capitoline Museum, Rome
– Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan
– Trajan’s Market, Rome
– Ara Pacis, Rome
Or, check out some local museums.
– First Stop: Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC
Come visit one of the most popular museums in the world! Its’ unique features include Dinosaurs, the Hall of Mammals, Insect Zoo and the Hall of Paleobiology.
– Next Stop: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
The uniqueness of this museum is the splendid architecture that was designed by the talented Frank Lloyd Wright. This museum includes works from Franz Marc, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso and Jeff Koons.
– Next Stop: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
This museum fondly known as the Met includes the work of many famous artists such as Vincent van Gogh, Giotto di Bondone and Jackson Pollock. This museum features over 2 millions pieces of fine art.
– Next Stop: The National Women’s History Museum, Virginia
We invite you to learn about the history of women in the United States and its unique and distinct impact on culture through education and empowerment which shaped the future of our nation.
– Final Destination: NASA – Langley Research Center, Virginia
Free virtual tours are available of the Langley Research Center, which is one of the oldest field centers originating in 1917. And see the latest technology developed to explore the Earth’s atmosphere and space.
Here are two more exceptional choices to consider.
– First Stop: The Dali Theater Museum, Spain
Located in Catalonia, Spain, this museum is solely dedicated to the artwork of Salvador Dalí including his life and career. He is also buried on the premises. The museum offers virtual tours of the grounds and a few exhibits.
– Next Stop: The Louvre, France
Located in Paris, France, the Louvre is considered the world’s largest art museum and serves as an iconic landmark in Paris. Some of its best-known pieces include the Venus de Milo, Winged Victory of Samothrace, and is also home to Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Mona Lisa.