7 Virtual Museum Experiences You Must See While Sheltering at Home

July 08, 2020 3 min read

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made it hard to travel. It has limited your ability to visit iconic places, including museums, because of social distancing policies. If you’re craving a good day at the museum, don’t worry. You can visit some of the most incredible places in the world from the comfort of your home. Thanks to virtual museum visits, you can see the best works of art on the planet while staying put in your apartment or house.

 

Virtual Museum Experiences That You Need to Check Out Today

If you love art, history, or science, you’ve got plenty of excuses to stay online. You can check out some of the most incredible artifacts in the world, and best of all, you won’t need to wear a mask or social distance. Being able to tour incredible exhibits virtually is an asset because it allows you to remain safe but still experience things you’ve never had the chance to see before.

 

Here are seven virtual museum experiences you must see while sheltering at home:

 

1. The Louvre. 

The Louvre Pyramid, ParisYou don’t need to travel to Paris to witness one of the most incredible museums in the world. Packed full of art that people wait a lifetime to see, it’s one virtual tour that you don’t want to miss out on.

 

 

2. National Museum of the United States Air Force. 

USA Air Force JetLearn more about the history of this branch of the military. Plane enthusiasts will appreciate all the work that goes into becoming a member of the Air Force and protecting the country from high in the sky.

 

 

3. The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. 

Smithsonian, Washington D.C.Check out some of the most incredible artifacts in the nation’s history. From dinosaur bones to other natural finds, you won’t run out of things to ooh and aah about once you’ve taken this tour.

 

 

4. National Women’s History Museum.

Women's Suffrage StampLearn about the Women’s Suffrage Movement and the rights that women fought for and won throughout the years. If you need to brush up on your knowledge of women’s history, here is one place to do it online.

 

 

5. Van Gogh Museum.

Van Gogh Museum, AmsterdamLearn more about the famous painter and his many contributions to the art world. Although other museums feature Van Gogh’s work, none are solely devoted to him.

 


6. The Metropolitan Museum of Arts.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYOffering a 3D experience like no other, you can view 26 exhibits at once. Some of the most incredible paintings and artists are featured here.

 


7. Nasa Virtual Tours

NASA LogoNot a museum but more of a virtual tour of the different things that make NASA incredible. All space buffs need to check out the site and give their favorite astronauts the props that they deserve for defying gravity and odds to explore outer space.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enjoy the beauty and mystery of the art world and all of its talented creators from the comfort of your living room. Virtual museum tours are available day and night. They provide you with a similar experience that you would have if you were visiting them in person. Best of all, you can tour the globe without a passport or paying an entrance fee.

 

Try to Set Up a Group Experience That Allows You to Enjoy Art with Others Virtually

 

Group of Friends, Digital Hangouts

You can even set up a museum day with friends via social media. Creating a group with an itinerary of events and exhibits to see can be a lot of fun. People can share their experiences at the different stops they made online. It’s a way to connect with your art-loving and travel-loving relatives and friends.

 


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