Staying home during the coronavirus outbreak might change our daily routine, and at some point, we start feeling the need for more entertainment, but we don’t want to leave the house. What should we do then? Do you know the saying “modern problems require modern solutions”? Well, how about visiting a museum without actually leaving your bedroom? Some of the most famous museums give you the possibility to visit them virtually completely for free, and right now is the best time to do that!


Take a look at some of our suggestions and join us for a museum “visit”!

1. The Met, New York

The Met was founded back in 1870, and it has been one of the most famous museums ever since. 5,000 years of art and history have been put in one place for millions to see. The Met has some of the most fascinating exhibitions and galleries, so definitely take a look at their virtual tour. The museum offers a few different exhibition views, shows all of its most famous items and more! One of the best things about the Met is the variety of its exhibitions! Do you want to see an ancient Egyptian temple or items from ancient Greece? Do you prefer Chinese Garden Courts or 16th-century Spanish castle patios? Well, at the Met you don't have to choose too much because they have everything!



2. Musée d’Orsay, Paris

In a mood for some Vincent van Gogh or Edgar Degas? Then the virtual tour of Musée d’Orsay in Paris is perfect for you! Breathtaking self-portraits of Vincent van Gogh and great examples of impressionism are a great choice for a nice morning with a cup of tea or coffee. This art can inspire anyone to paint, so it comes as no surprise that this is said to be the 5th most visited place in France, and now you can see it for yourself with the help of your laptop.

3. Uffizi Gallery, Florence

The Uffizi is an absolutely magnificent gallery with works by Leonardo da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli, Raphael, Michelangelo, and many more. Beautiful examples of sculpture, artwork, and artifacts are waiting for you on this virtual tour. This gallery is home to one of the biggest collections of Renaissance art in the world. Most of the works date back to between the 12th and the 17th century, and there are hundreds of beautiful artwork, so it is not surprising that this is one of the most popular galleries in Italy! Did you know that it was once also the home the Mona Lisa?

4. Acropolis Museum, Athens

More than 3,000 artifacts from the ancient city tell us so much about life a few thousand years ago! Take a virtual tour now and see what amazed millions of people from all over the world. This is a perfect opportunity for anyone who is a fan of history or simply enjoys learning about the world. The artifacts in this museum are from the Greek Bronze Age, Roman Era, and Byzantine Greece, so an amazing variety is already promised. Nearly 4 thousand objects show just how magnificent that time was.


This is a great time to find new hobbies and passions, read, learn more about the world, so don't forget to use all the possibilities that the internet can offer!