Ghibli Museum in Japan has recently started to offer virtual tours for free on their YouTube channel. However, what you might not know is that many other museums around the world are doing the same thing. Here are some museums that you can get a glimpse of on the World Wide Web from the comforts of your own home during the circuit breaker.
The British Museum offers an interactive experience that allows you to travel through history on your computer. As you virtually tour the exhibits of the museum, you will also be provided with informative audio descriptions about the museum’s contents.
There are various Louvre resources available on the Internet for the whole family to enjoy, including a virtual reality experience of the famous Mona Lisa painting, a look into the 800 years of history behind the museum, and a closer look of the different works of art in it.
Enjoy over 5,000 years of art from all over the world from the comforts of your own home. A treasure of gorgeous objects, the Met comes alive through its galleries and exhibitions, showcasing new ideas across different cultures and times.
The Rijksmuseum is filled with world-famous works from the Golden Age of the Netherlands, including exhibits by Rembrandt and Van Gogh.
Explore the largest collection of Van Gogh’s artworks in the world, including his paintings, drawings, and letters. The museum also has exhibitions on different subjects from 19th century art history.
Get a 360-degree virtual tour of different parts of the Vatican, including the famed Sistine Chapel.
Which of these virtual museums will you be exploring first?