It’s day number (insert how many days you’ve been in quarantine) of quarantine so here’s a fun way to take your mind off of the fact that you might be going stir crazy and give you something fun and educational to do.
Google Arts & Culture has teamed up with over 2,500 museums and galleries around the world to give you virtual tours and online exhibits of some of the worlds most famous museums.
Virtual visitors can tour the Great Court and discover the ancient Rosetta Stone, Egyptian mummies, and find hundreds of different artifacts.
Discover amazing works of art from the Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern Contemporary eras and experience Guggenheim’s famous spiral staircase without ever leaving your couch.
Experience an American fashion exhibit of fashion from 1740 – 1895 including clothes from colonial and Revolutionary eras, as well as a collection of works from Dutch Baroque painter Johannes Vermeer.
Virtually walk through a popular gallery that holds dozens of famous works from French artists who worked and lived between 1848 and 1914. See artworks from Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin, among others.
This virtual tour takes you through six floors of Contemporary art from Korea and all over the globe.
This historical museum is home to plenty of ancient artifacts including the Ishtar Gate of Babylon and the Pergamon Altar.
Masterworks from the Dutch Golden Age, including works from Vermeer and Rembrandt are available. Google also offers a Street View tour of the museum so you can feel like you are actually there wandering the halls.
See the largest collection of van Gogh artwork up close (in a virtual way) including over 200 paintings, 500 drawings, and over 750 personal letters.
Use Street View to take a tour of European artworks from as far back as the 8th century. Discover a huge collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures, manuscripts, and photographs.
This gallery houses an art collection of the de’Medicis family – one of Florence, Italy’s most well-known families. The building was designed by Giorgio Vasari in 1560 for Cosimo I de’Medici so take a look inside with Google.
Take a virtual tour and discover the artworks placed on clear Perspex frames that make it seem like the pieces are hovering in midair.
This museum is dedicated to the archaeology and history of Mexico’s pre-Hispanic heritage. Explore 23 exhibit rooms filled with ancient artifacts, including some from the Mayan civilization.
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