Virtual Art Adventure


Exploring new destinations may be out of the question right now, but art lovers rejoice! You can now experience the best exhibitions of museums and galleries all over the world in the comfort of your own homes. Grab a cup of coffee and go on full-screen mode—a world-class art adventure awaits you!

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Louvre Museum

Musée du Louvre

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Paris, France • Recommendation • 

Marvel at the facade of the world’s most visited art gallery, which houses collections from ancient civilizations to the mid-19th century. There are a plethora of virtual experiences that can be enjoyed online: informative Youtube clips, museum tours, and a Mona Lisa Virtual Reality experience that lets you in on the latest findings on Leonardo Da Vinci’s works and creative techniques.

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National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon

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Anyang-si, South Korea • Recommendation • 

This modern art institution boasts four various locations: Gwacheon, Deoksugung, Cheongju, and Seoul. Each branch is devoted to a specific genre of visual arts, so if you’re looking to take a break from a K-Drama binge, go for an in-depth immersion of Korean culture by poring through the museum’s most coveted installations and contemporary artworks.

  • +82 2 2188 6000
  • 313 Gwangmyeong-ro, Munwon-dong, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

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Museum of Art of São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand

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São Paulo, Brazil • Recommendation • 

The Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo (MASP) houses excellent pieces of Western art, the finest collection in Latin America. It was founded in 1947 and is recognized as Brazil’s first modern museum. A virtual tour will take you to a vast open space housing more than 8,000 pieces including sculptures, paintings, and photographs from different periods.

  • +55 11 3149 5959
  • Av. Paulista, 1578 - Bela Vista, São Paulo - SP, 01310-200, Brazil

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Museo Nacional de Antropología

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Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico • Recommendation • 

Built in 1964, this site is one of the most recognized icons of 20th Century urban architecture. It houses Mexico’s most important archaeological and ethnographic collections in 23 exhibit rooms, featuring ancient artifacts with some dating back from the Mayan civilization.

  • +52 55 4040 5370
  • Av. Paseo de la Reforma s/n, Polanco, Bosque de Chapultepec I Secc, 11560 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

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The British Museum

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London, United Kingdom • Recommendation • 

Discover two million years of human history, culture, and more. The British Museum offers a 360-degree view of the magnificent Great Court and all the ancient wonders housed in its space. Explore the extraordinary diversity of human culture, from small communities to vast empires, and realize how close the interconnection is.

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Van Gogh Museum

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Amsterdam, Netherlands • Recommendation • 

Fans of the astoundingly popular Post-Impressionist painter will enjoy a visit to this Amsterdam-based gallery. Delve into the life and works of Vincent Van Gogh through the museum’s collection of 200 paintings, 500 drawings, and 750 letters. They also exhibit various 19th Century artworks apart from the artists’ works.

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The Guggenheim Museum

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New York City, United States • Recommendation • 

Take a tour of the Guggenheim’s famous spiral staircase in the comfort of your couch through Google’s Street View. Explore the wonders of one of the world’s most significant architectural icons, including masterpieces from the Impressionist, Modern, and Contemporary eras.

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Berlin, Germany • Recommendation • 

Lose yourself in the wonders of the world’s long-buried treasures found in Berlin’s most famous art destination. With its iconic monuments such as the Roman Market Gate of Miletus, Ishtar Gate of Babylon, and the Pergamon Altar, prepare to be virtually transported to an unfamiliar and mystical era. They also house artifacts from Iran, Egypt, Asia, and Caucasia, which are all equally worth exploring.

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Vatican Museums

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Rome, Italy • Recommendation • 

While they reopened to the public in June, tourists around the world who are still uncomfortable traveling can revel at the sights of soaring vaulted ceilings and intricate murals through a virtual tour of the Vatican Museums. Experience an informative trip to Vatican City, complete with a tour guide narrating each space of Saint Peter’s Basilica and Square.

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The Getty

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Los Angeles, United States • Recommendation • 

This art museum in California houses two campuses: one in Los Angeles that features medieval and modern art; and another in Malibu which focuses on ancient Roman and Greek art. Their virtual tours let you take a closer look at the pieces and explore each tiny detail. Case in point, you might get a glimpse of the inscribed signature of ancient gem-carver Diskourides in the Director’s Choice 2019 collection, although it’s almost impossible to read with the naked eye.

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