The COVID-19 Coronavirus has forced many iconic museums to shut their doors. However, thanks to virtual museum tours, museum aficionados can still browse their favourite exhibits from the comfort of their own home. Users can explore world-class museums, browsing iconic selections of paintings, sculptures and specific virtual exhibits. Through interactive 360-degree videos, curated walking tours, virtual galleries, and expanded online collections, you can experience arts and culture like never before. No queuing, no expensive entry, no rushing through exhibits, virtual museum tours are the experience of the future. All enlightening virtual exhibits are free of charge. Get the kettle on, settle down in your living room step into the world of online museum tours.
Here at Celebrity-Experiences.com, we pride ourselves on offering unprecedented celebrity hire and bespoke experience days. Due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus, we have adapted our service, pioneering virtual experiences for both personal and corporate occasions. During these uncertain times, happiness, hopefulness and excitement are key in breaking the monotony of lockdown. Embark on an adventure without leaving your home and take a virtual guided tour of a museum today. We have compiled our Top 10 Virtual Museum Tours from around the world. Each virtual museum tour is completely free, utilising different forms of technology to enhance the user experience. Whether you want to relax at an iconic art gallery, experience history like never before, or give your children an educational virtual day out, experience a virtual museum tour today.
Since it's opening in 1759, the British Museum has produced countless innovative exhibitions and tours. Even in the virtual world, the British Museum is still pioneering innovation. The high-quality graphics and 360-degree imagery create an immersive user experience. The museum experience includes a virtual music guide of Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceana and the Americas.
Virtual Tour of the British Museum, London
The Met 360° project allows users to explore the Met's iconic architecture and awe-inspiring art in a new and innovative way. Viewers can experience time-lapse videos, stand in the empty museum after hours, or watch the Met from a birdseye view. Users can view this virtual exhibit on a mobile phone, PC or virtual reality headset.
The iconic Soloman R Guggenheim museum was designed by Frank Lloyd-Wright. Thanks to Google Street View tour, users can explore the archetypal museum from the comfort of their own home. Viewers can take their time examining the museums vast selection of world-renowned artwork.
Opening in 1973, the Van Gogh Museum displays a vast collection of Vincent Van Gogh's artwork. Thanks to Google Arts and Culture, you can browse Van Gogh's most iconic works and view various art exhibitions on 19th-century art. Viewers can utilise the 360-degree panoramic technology to browse such paintings as Self-Portrait (1888), Sunflowers (1889), and Almond Blossoms (1890).
Virtual Tour of the Van Gogh Museum
This immersive 360-degree virtual tour allows users to experience the Sistine Chapel and the various Vatican museums in splendid detail. You can explore different parts of the Christian faith, such as the story of Moses, the story of Christ, and Popes throughout history. You can also tune into Vatican live-stream and watch the Pope's daily mass.
Virtual Tour of the Vatican and Sistine Chapel
Experience The Louvre like never before with an immersive virtual tour. The Louvre offers a variety of virtual exhibitions, including The Mona Lisa Virtual Reality Experience, Founding Myths: From Hercules to Darth Vader, and Egyptian Antiques virtual tour. The museum utilises Youtube, Virtual Reality and 360-degree imagery to create a truly immersive user experience.
Thanks to Google Arts and Culture, you can explore the Musee d'Orsay in splendid detail. You can browse the museum's large collection of 19th-century artwork, walk through the museum using Google Street View, or view the museum's online exhibit: From Station to the renovated Musee d'Orsay.
Artwork by Michelangelo, Raphael, Da Vinci and Caravaggio all reside in the Uffizi Gallery. Google Arts and Culture are currently running 4 online tours: The Creative Process Behind Federico Barocci's Drawings, Amico Revisited, The Santa Trinita Maesta, and Piero di Cosimo. Users can walk through the gallery using Google Street View, spend time browsing the iconic artwork, or take advantage of the many exhibitions provided.
Enjoy a 360-degree immersive tour of the Tate Modern. In this virtual experience, Nick Grimshaw and Frances Morris will provide a whistlestop tour of the Tate Modern's Blavatnik Building, explaining the various exhibits on show. The 360-degree tour is available via Youtube and can be experienced on a mobile phone, laptop or virtual reality headset.
Virtual Tour of the Tate Modern
This interactive tour of the Picasso Museum will explore all facets of Pablo Picasso's life. Users can explore the artwork, tour the courtyards, take part in interactive exhibits, and even tour the houses that Picasso worked and lived in. This immersive virtual tour is as educational as it is interesting.
No queueing, no expensive entry fees, no bustling crowds. Online museum tours are an ideal way to broaden your cultural horizons during the COVID-19 Coronavirus lockdown. Thanks to virtual museum tours, you have the opportunity to peruse iconic artwork, watch history come alive, and enjoy curated tours of some of the worlds most renowned museums. For more information regarding online museum tours, please get in touch with our Customer Services Team today. Our team will be happy to discuss the many virtual experiences we offer.