Best FREE Museum Virtual Tours to See in Quarantine

Quarantine is making many of us bored now in our lives and we are craving to venture beyond our homes. Well, modern technology gives us an exceptional possibility to kill boredom – you can try exploring the free virtual tours. Isn’t it awesome? You will enjoy your dream destinations so easily while sitting inside your home and also practicing social distancing.

Here are some options you can avail to enjoy the perks of virtual tourism:

British Museum

British museum

British museum, an amazing place to visit. In the heart of London, it has always been a favorite attraction for tourists, especially those who are interested in historic relics. There are many relics and artifacts present inside the museum.  You can explore the Great Court and the Egyptian mummies. In the current pandemic situation, you have a great opportunity to explore the museum via a virtual tour.

National Gallery of Art

National Gallery of Art

Are you an admirer of art and always wanted to view the legendary National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, but could not afford to travel there? Well, now is a perfect time as the museum is open for a virtual tour of its galleries depicting the famous collections from Revolutionary eras and much more.

Pergamon Museum

Pergamon Museum from inside

Even if you cannot travel to Berlin physically in quarantine, you still have a marvelous chance to get a virtual tour of the historical museum and its ancient artifacts. What are you waiting for? Discover the museum and make your quarantine productive!

Musée d’Orsay

Musée d’Orsay

Isn’t it amazing that with the latest technology, you can explore the famous Musée d’Orsay, Paris literally from anywhere in the world – whether you are in Asia or Africa, you can have a look at the famous art galleries! Through your 360 virtual tour, you will catch a glimpse of iconic artworks from Gauguin, Monet, Cezanne, and many other brilliant artists.

MASP, São Paulo

MASP, São Paulo

Looking for a wonderful artwork experience? It will amaze you to see the artworks in the museum as they seem to hover in the midair. Actually, they are not- it is an illusion created by placing the artworks on clear Perspex frames.

The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

The virtual tour of the museum provides an opportunity to see a diverse collection of amazing paintings, sculptures, and manuscripts. Moreover, there are drawings from as far as the 8th Century.

Guggenheim Museum

Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim Museum in New York features visitor tours. All those who want to view the iconic staircase of Guggenheim while sitting comfortably on their couch need to try the museum’s virtual tour. You will discover the amazing artworks from the Modern and Impressionist era.

National Museum of Anthropology

National Museum of Anthropology

This museum in Mexico City was built in 1964. It has always attracted several tourists. Mainly, the galleries of the museum seem to cover historic and archeological relics dating back to the pre-Hispanic heritage of Mexico.

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