Life in the times of Coronavirus means a halt on travel. However, the following museums are offering an exciting insight into some of their exhibits, at no cost.
Take your pick and enjoy this virtual journey through art and time.
Explore Egyptian antiquities and travel to another era as you encounter the remains of the Louvre’s Moat in these comprehensive virtual tours.
The tour, a part of Google’s Art and Culture Network, takes you through the Van Gogh Museum allowing you to view the artworks up close.
The Vatican Museum website has seven virtual tours including a 360-degree view of the famous Sistine Chapel.
Travel through time via your mouse or arrow keys via an interactive game brought to you by the British Museum. Informative audio descriptions help virtually tour the museum’s exhibits.
Stroll virtually around the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and click on each exhibit to find out more about them.
This famous museum in Amsterdam houses legendary works by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and other Dutch masters. Click on the virtual tour for all the must-see exhibits.
See works from Van Gogh, Monet and Cezanne, as you yake a look around this railway station-covered-museum. Try to guess which works belong to which artists.