Museums of the world to visit online

There are many actions carried out by different institutions of all kinds to make us more enjoyable confinement. Today we bring museums that allow us to walk through its galleries without leaving our houses . It is a great alternative to occupy our free time and learn about the art created by different artists, at different times and places.

Prado National Museum

The Prado museum, located in Madrid, was already a veteran of social networks and virtual visits before the coronavirus crisis. Through his Instagram account ( @museoprado ) an expert in the field explained the pictures of a room, a specific author or just a particular picture. A guided tour that maintains its schedule live from 09:50 to 10:00 hours from Monday to Friday. During your online visit, you will be able to access more than 8,000 works (especially from the 16th to 19th centuries) from one of the most visited museums in the world.

Louvre Museum

The national museum of the Gallic country is known above all for hosting Leonardo Da Vinci's painting of the Mona Lisa . It houses a huge collection of art and archeology from around the world. The Louvre offers a virtual tour of its corridors that you can access from your mobile or computer (although you will need to activate Flash to do the tour). An experience of enjoying art, especially before impressionism.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is in Manhattan and is one of the largest art museums in the world. It has in its collection more than 2 million works of classical antiquity, from different times and artists in Europe and American works. Through its website you can live from home the experience of the commonly known as Met without leaving the sofa. Hand in hand with art professionals, artists or simply with a 360-degree virtual tour of its rooms.

British Museum

Although the visit to the British Museum in London was already free before confinement, we can now approach its collections in a more comfortable, entertaining and fun way. On his website you will find all his works from various subjects in addition to art, such as history, archeology or ethnography. You will be able to discover 2 million years of the history of humanity and the culture of one of the most visited museums in the world.

Van Gogh Museum

In it, users can touch their brushstrokes, interact with the scenarios and delve into their biography. Now, the Van Gogh museum allows you to plan your visit, while Google Arts & Culture allows you to make a virtual visit to some of the works in Vincent van Gogh's largest art collection, which includes more than 200 paintings, 500 drawings and 750 letters.