5 must-do virtual tours

15/04/2020

Museums and galleries are currently inaccessible to art lovers. But what if you can come face to face with the world's most beautiful works of art without queues and crowds? Museums and galleries are opening their digital doors for added value seekers. Many allow their digital visitors to get even closer to art than they could in real life.

In this article we collect a number of tours of world-famous museums. So what are you waiting for?!


1. Guggenheim, Bilbao

The Guggenheim Museum is perhaps more famous for the beautiful steel building in which it is located than for the works of art themselves. Designed by Frank Gehry as a tribute to Bilbao, this museum owns famous works of art by artists such as Salvador Dalí, René Magritte and Andy Warhol. Visit the Guggenheim >

Guggenheim Bilbao
Photo: Edwin Poon – Flickr

2. National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, South Korea

Discover in this museum of modern and contemporary art an inspiring mix of print, design, sculpture, photography and other famous art installations by both Korean and Western artists. Go for a virtual tour in the National Museum of Modern and Contemporay Art >

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, South Korea
Photo: Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images

3. Picasso Museum, Barcelona

Not only the artworks, but also the beautiful gardens of the Picasso museum in Barcelona can now be visited virtually. Wander around the Picasso Museum >

Picasso museum
Photo: ©Picasso Museum

4. Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, New York

The MoMa won't let you down either. On their website you can watch a series of videos from "MoMA's Private Lives Public Spaces exhibition", but also through the Google Arts & Culture program you can now discover 129 modern artworks from one of New York's most famous museums. Visit the Moma >

Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, New York
Photo: Getty Images

5. The UNILIN experience pavillon at Interzum

Of course The UNILIN pavillon shouldn’t be missing here. It’s a space for experiences and in which to explore the many options presented by Unilin Evola panels – a unique setting, inspired by the art deco movement. Discover its many facets here >

UNILIN panels at Interzum

Can't you get enough of so much culture? Then be sure to check out the Google Art Project , an online collection of artworks all over the world. With over 2000 museums included, there's definitely something for everyone! Discover the Art project here >

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