With most of the world stuck inside, people are starting to go a little stir crazy. There’s been plenty of people stepping up to the plate to try and cure peoples boredom, like HBO giving away 500 hours of free content, and Lavar Burton reading stories to us 3 times a week. And now some of the most famous museums are letting you digitally cruise through their hallways.
Now you can head to the museum on your computer and learn some incredibly interesting things to help stimulate your mind during these crazy times. While some tours, like the British Museum, offer a completely digitalized tour for learning, others offer a complete Google Street View of the museum. Letting you “walk” around the hallways at any time of the day.
Here’s the list of museums that are offering free museum tours.
- British Museum, London (visit)
- Guggenheim Museum, New York (visit)
- National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (visit)
- Musée d’Orsay, Paris (visit)
- National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul (visit)
- Pergamon Museum, Berlin (visit)
- Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (visit)
- Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (visit)
- The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (visit)
- Uffizi Gallery, Florence (visit)
- MASP, São Paulo (visit)
- National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City (visit)
If these museum tours aren’t enough, the New York’s Metropolitan Opera is offering free digital shows every night at 7:30 p.m. so you can now have your own “night at the opera” with your loved ones right from the comfort of your own couch.