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10 most prominent museums with online tour offers today



The emergence of COVID-19 has some unfavorable effect on people's lives and their way of living, like destroying their zeal to travel, which has caused many people to cancel their vacation plans and stop touring the beautiful places they love. Though restrictions are placed on traveling, it doesn't stop us from having some fun and new experiences for the moment.

Staying indoors for a long time, let's say a week or two, might have some complex complications that are more than having enough food and drinks to consume. With entertainment, it is very likely to get bored with Netflix programs, and visiting the internet might become a taboo at some stage.

But cheer up; this period of self-quarantine will give you the best opportunity to explore new arts and culture from different locations with the help of virtual tours made available by many well-known museums around the world. Most of the online tours offered by these museums will educate you to know more about art and people even while you're in your home.

This article will show you a list of the nine most visited famous museums that provide online tours where you can acquire more experience and artistic fun from your comfort zone.

Stop! Use a tool like VPN to ensure the best experience and security
VPNs act as a gateway between clients and websites. It helps you get assured privacy and security while working online. Also, it gives you access to content that is restricted from your location. Some benefits of using VPNs while touring museums virtually are:

Safety and Security
The main reason for using a VPN is to secure your online activities by creating an encrypted tunnel through which your data journey from your device to the websites you visit. Using a VPN while exploring the internet will help you boost your safety by protecting your data while exploring or touring museums online.

Breaking Geo-Restrictions
Content creators and government authorities use Geo-restrictions to restrict you from accessing some content that is not available in your location. With this restriction in place, it means you can not access some virtual museums that are not in your region, but with the help of a robust VPN like ExpressVPN or NordVPN, you can get unrestricted access to any virtual museum of your choice.

Robust VPNs operate with remarkable speed even when you're streaming HD content; hence it helps to overcome any barrier you might encounter quickly.

World-Class museums that You Can Visit Online Today
Now that we have covered all the fundamentals about museums and some bits to protect ourselves online, let' jump right to the list:

1. Google Arts and Culture
Research shows that up to 2500 online museums and galleries collaborate with the Google Arts and Culture team, bringing people online exhibitions of new culture and arts and unique galleries.

Now it is possible to "visit the museum" even if you don't want to get up from your couch.

Some of the museums Google teamed up with include the Louvre, the British Museum, Smithsonian National Museum, and other museums where you can be educated about people, their culture, history, arts, and science. You can access these virtual tours with either of your iOS and google play devices. Below are some essential details about 9 of these online museums.

2. THE BRITISH MUSEUM
The British Museum is among the most prominent museums in existence, and it accommodates up to 8 million artistic works inside its enclosure. Its Establishment in 1759 makes it the first and oldest communal, national museum on earth. While touring the museum online, you will be privileged to visit at least 60 galleries or more.

The British Museum virtually displayed two galleries for you to enjoy, they are:

● Oceania
● Prints and Drawings.

3. THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART
The National Gallery of Art is a glamorous museum built at the National Mall in Washington, it has a sculpture park attached to it, and it was established in 1937. The museum is considered one of the renowned museums of all time in the United States of America. It is the second most visited museum in America and the 10th most visited Museum on earth.

Some important collections to enjoy from touring the museum includes donated artistic works by Chester Dale, Paul Mellon, Lessing J, and Ailsa Mellon Bruce.

The museum, through Google Arts and Culture, virtually exhibits two essential features:

● Johannes Vermeer — Dutch Baroque painter
● American Fashion — records from 1740 to 1895

4. THE LOUVRE
The Louvre is among the world's biggest art museums and belongs to the class of most legendary monuments in the history of Paris.

To date, Louvre is considered to be the most significant art museum, with 782,910 square feet in size. The museum is also the most visited art museum on earth, accommodating 9.6 million tourists in 2019.

The Louvre museum currently displays virtually some galleries, which include:

● Galerie d'Apollon
● Remains of the Louvre's Moat
● Egyptian Antiquities

5. THE SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM
In 1939, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation established the Guggenheim museum in New York City, which serves as a home permanently for modern entertaining arts. It has a classic architectural structure designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

It has a famous glamorous spiral staircase that can be toured using Google Street View. The museum makes available online some of its iconic collections for people to know more about it. This includes the arts by Franz Marc, Pablo Picasso, and Jeff Koons.

6. THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
The Metropolitan Museum, built in New York City, is the most significant art museum in the United States.

It also ranks the fourth museum that is visited most by tourists worldwide because more than 6 million people pay visitation annually. It permanently houses more than 2 million collections, including carves from most European Masters and olden Egypt.

7. THE DALÍ THEATRE-MUSEUM
The Dali Theatre Museum was established in Figueres in Catalonia, Spain. Figueres is the homeland of Salvador Dali, an iconic artist in Spain. The museum was built and named in memory of Dali, the great artist.

The museum features collections that reveal the lifetime, personality, and career of Artist Dali in all eras of his existence. His remains were buried in the museum after his death.

8. NASA
The heroic Sea, Air, and Space museum established in 1982 operates a free, educational institution that features the iconic aircraft carrier, the space shuttle venture, the fastest jets on earth, and a well-constructed missile submarine. The legendary museum aims at helping visitors to have more knowledge about America's bravery and innovative skills. Nasa has a space center in Houston, Texas, where a software application is built to help you explore the space system with videos and galleries that are iconic.

9. THE VATICAN MUSEUMS
The Vatican museum is built in the Vatican, the city with the highest record of religious history globally. The ancient city is a region inside Italy's capital, Rome and hence merges the church history with the history of the great Roman Empire. The Vatican Museum consist of 54 museums, including the Sistine Chapel. There is a virtual tour of Vatican museums where you will see the iconic Sistine Chapel ceiling designed by Michelangelo.

10. THE NATIONAL WOMEN'S HISTORY MUSEUM
The National Women's History Museum (NWHM), established in 1996, is an iconic museum and a historic American body, well-founded for researching, collecting, and exhibiting women’s offerings that have this socially, culturally, economically, and politically affects the life of the nation. Presently, it makes provision for virtual museums and online educational activities.










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