5 World-Famous Museums to Visit Online

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5 World-Famous Museums to Visit Online

If you think that the global pandemic can stop you from experiencing the best art then you are wrong. Thanks to the digital innovation, as well as the courtesy of the best art establishments worldwide, you can now visit the most renowned galleries from the comfort of your sofa.

You really do not have to travel across the world to appreciate breathtaking paintings or sculptures. The state-of-the-art technology allows us to experience beauty and incredibly good fun without the need of leaving home.

If you had enough of video games, playing at online casinos with UK free spins or mindlessly scrolling through social media - get ready for the top-quality entertainment and plan your next virtual museum tour! Do not limit your options and discover a whole new world of possibilities online.

Find out which art galleries offer virtual visits and book your online tour below.

Musée d’Orsay, Paris

Travel to France without boarding a plane. One of the most prestigious and acclaimed art galleries in the world, Musée d’Orsay, invites visitors for a virtual tour through their rich collection. Appreciate famous works from legendary artists including Monet, Cézanne, Gauguin and others whenever you want to feel inspired.

Head to Musée d’Orsay via Google Arts & Culture platform and navigate through the beautiful gallery online.

Pergamon Museum, Berlin

It is time to travel to Germany. If you are a fan of ancient monuments and fancy admiring plenty of ancient artefacts, such as the Ishtar Gate of Babylon and the Pergamon Altar, Berlin’s Pergamon Museum is the right place to (digitally!) be at.

You can still appreciate the architectural beauty of the museum’s building, as well as its impressive collection, via the 360 virtual tour.

Anne Frank Museum, Amsterdam

Anne Frank, together with her family, spent more than two years hiding from Nazi execution in the annexe of a 17th-century house. In the times dictated by the lockdown rules, one might add a new perspective to it.

Find out more about the difficulties of life back then and attend an extremely moving digital tour online.

National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.

We are now travelling overseas and visiting the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. Administered by the Smithsonian Institution, the establishment features over 145 million plants, mineral and animal specimen. Most of them visitors can view on a virtual tour.

If you are interested in seeing Lucy, one of the most intact early human skeletons preserved, this museum might be a good choice!

State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia

The museum dates back to 1764 when Catherine the Great came into possession of a massive collection of Western European paintings. State Hermitage Museum today consists of five individual buildings and is the second-biggest art museum in the entire world.

Reserve a good amount of time to visit the Winter Palace’s marvellous Main Staircase and the neo-Greek Knight’s Hall. The virtual tour is available via the museum’s website. Visit it now and teleport yourself to Russia in the blink of an eye.

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