You Can Virtually Tour These 500+ Museums and Galleries From Your Couch
We all know this isn’t quite the same as seeing art in person. But that’s no reason to give up on culture-seeking entirely! Handy post from Lifehacker.
Google Arts & Culture has a collection of more the 500 different museums and galleries up on its site that you can visit virtually. Clicking through to each one will bring up images of some of the museum or gallery’s collection, and in some cases full virtual tours of the museum you can take to pretend like, in a way, you’re actually there.
You can check out the full (massive) list of included galleries and museums here. The list defaults to listing some of the most popular options first, but you can also sort them in alphabetic order or look at where they all are on a map.
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