Everything is closing down. Vacations plans are on hold kids are stuck at home, and local officials are probably urging you to stay at home.
Whatever the reason that you’re at home, luckily there are some ways to keep experiencing beauty in Museums even if you cannot explore them in person. LEVEL8 put together this list of gorgeous museums worldwide that you can explore virtually. Click on the museum title to start your online visit!
The Van Gogh Museum celebrates the life and work of Vincent van Gogh. It has the largest Van Gogh collection in the world with a of total 200 paintings, 500 drawings and around 700 letters, which attract a lot of admirers of the painter to Amsterdam each year. Largely misunderstood and unknown for most of his life, the Dutch artist nevertheless managed to upend the course of painting history, in which he is now recognized as one of its greatest masters.
The British Museum was the first national public museum in the world. It was founded in 1753 and opened in 1759 after 6 years of preparation. It is located in what was once one of London’s most fashionable residential areas. The extraordinary collection in the British Museum crosses over two million years of human history and culture, which attracts more than 6 million visitors each year.
Daisaku Ikeda founded the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum (TFAM) in 1983. More than 30,000 pieces of artwork are collected in TFAM, which includes paintings, woodblock sculptures, prints, cultural artifacts, and photographs. All these collections vary from East to West and from ancient to modern.
At its founding, the Guggenheim Museum focused on a collection of early modern masterpieces. Today, the museum’s art covers a wide variety and ever-evolving collection from the 20th century to today. Visitors can experience special exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, artist and critic lectures, performances and film screenings, classes for teens and adults, and curator-led daily gallery tours.
Giorgio Vasari designed the Uffizi building and it was constructed as the offices of the Florentine magistrates between 1560 to 1580. It is well known around the world for its impressive collections of ancient sculptures and paintings (from the Middle Ages to the Modern period). The collections of paintings vary from the 14th-century to Renaissance duration.
You can conveniently take online tours and visit online exhibits now without leaving your house!