Miss Wandering Through Museums? Check Out These Virtual Museum Tours You Can Do from Home!

There are thousands of museums all around the world and you could spend hours wandering around each one during extraordinary vacations. However, what happens when all these museums shut down and you are stuck at home? Do you automatically need to lose out on all that culture you have grown to love?

Thankfully, the answer to that last question is no, because you can take a virtual tour of some of the best museums in the world!

Check Out These Virtual Museum Tours You Can Do from Home

1. Musée d’Orsay

This museum in Paris is filled with artwork from the late 19th century through the early 20th century. Famous works of art by French artists like Gaugin and Monet grace these walls and you can see them firsthand during a virtual tour.


2. Van Gogh Museum

Van Gogh may have led a tragic life, but his paintings and drawings show both the good in his life and the bad. A virtual tour of this museum will show you the largest collection of his work, including hundreds of personal letters.


3. Anne Frank Museum

So many people have heard about Anne Frank and what she endured during the Holocaust, but a virtual tour of this museum will have you seeing it up close. This is an excellent way to share history with your children or simply compare your thoughts from reading her diary to what everything really looked like when she was in hiding.


4. British Museum

There are so many museums within London, but the British Museum is one of the best. If you want to explore the history of this city, as well as the entire country and the locals that live there, you must take this virtual tour. The best features of this tour include Egyptian mummies, the Great Court, and the Rosetta Stone.


5. National Gallery of Art

There are two different virtual tours of this Washington DC Museum, so you can see everything from American fashion to paintings by the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer.


These are just some of the museums that offer virtual tours that you can do from the comfort of your own home. I recommend starting with these and then seeing if your favorite museum of all time has their own virtual tour you can watch to relive the memories you have made there in the past!

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