Armchair Travel: Virtual Museum Tours Around The World

Armchair Travel: Virtual Museum Tours Around The World

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Just because we are staying at home at the moment doesn’t mean we can’t continue to explore the world! These virtual museum tours allow us to experience the world from the comfort of our homes.

Virtual Museum Tours

The Louvre: See the incredible artworks at one of the world’s most iconic museums in Paris!

The British Museum: Travel through time with this computer game-like virtual tour of the British Museum.

Musée d’Orsay: Take a virtual stroll through this popular museum in Paris, with plenty for all ages to enjoy and explore.

The State Hermitage Museum: This impressive museum in St Petersburg is one of the largest in the world, boasting over 3 million exhibits.

The Australian War Memorial: Our visit here was a highlight of our time in Canberra, and now you can explore the museum and archives from your own home.

The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum: Discover the museum’s history and architecture, or explore the art collection through the many talks, live streams and videos.

Rijksmuseum: Wander from room to room in this museum in the Netherlands to view their collection of art from Rembrandt, Veneer and more.

Guggenheim Museum: Make your way down the famous spiral, exploring level by level of this modern, impressionist museum in New York.

Pergamon Museum: Explore Germany’s largest museum as you walk the halls to view its impressive collection of art and exhibits.

Acropolis Museum: Walk the famous glass floors of the Acropolis and travel through ancient history from home.

Van Gogh Museum: Virtually wander the museum to view Van Gogh’s most famous works. 

The J. Paul Getty Museum: Located at the Getty Centre, this museum features works of art dating from the 8th to the 21st century, with breathtaking views of Los Angeles. 

Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery Of Modern Art: We have previously visited GOMA with the kids and loved it, especially the kid’s gallery, and it’s just as much fun to visit on virtual museum tours.

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