Route through the best museums in the world (from home!)
If you don't go to the museum, the museum comes to you, with a single click of your computer
Let's take advantage of the dead hours to make them the best afterworks. Thanks to the virtual visits that the great museums of the world have made available to the public due to the situation that the whole planet is suffering, we enter the most famous corridors in the world to review every detail of our favorite works.
These virtual visits are facilitating access to artistic spaces located on the other side of the world that probably, even under normal circumstances, we would not have the opportunity to see. Through social networks (such as the Prado museum) and also through tools such as Google Arts & Culture and Street View, they are facilitating these institutions to share their collections with the public, even those that no longer have exposed.
The visit of these spaces is usually accompanied by explanations from experts that facilitate the understanding of those who are on the sofas of their homes, reviewing the meaning of the works and giving information about the context in which they were created.
The Prado Museum in Madrid, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, the Louvre Museum in Paris, the MOMA in New York, The British Museum in London or the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in South Korea are just a few of the great museum institutions that have wanted to open their virtual doors to the citizens of the world.
Through its website, each museum provides the link to a virtual tour through its facilities, in addition to a privileged approach to its collections, also offering information on each of its pieces and their authors, as well as complementary content. An advantage that can rarely be enjoyed on an on-site visit to the museum.