5 famous museums that users can “explore” through Google Arts and Culture

To prevent the uncontrolled spread of the new coronavirus, more and more States in the United States are introducing quarantine and city closures, and many people need new ways to pass the time,media BGR reported. Google Arts and Culture is an online platform that the search giant can use to display content from museums and galleries around the world. With this portal, users can make virtual “browsing” of the grandest and most magnificent museums anywhere on the planet, which may be particularly interesting now.

Below, you’ll find suggestions for five museums that can be “browsed” using Google’s platform.

British Museum, London

Admire hundreds of its artifacts (such as the ancient Rosetta Stone) on a virtual tour of the museum. This is a prized British institution in central London, and its collection also includes treasures such as the Parthenon sculpture, which is visited by 6 million people a year.

Korea National Museum of Modern Art in Seoul

Opened in 1969, the museum is one of Korea’s most popular museums and has become a pillar of modern Korean art. Visitors can access it from anywhere in the world via Google’s virtual guide.

Orsay Museum in Paris

Located in the heart of Paris, the museum contains the works of dozens of French artists from the 19th and early 20th centuries. The collection includes works by famous figures such as Monet, Cezanne and Gao.

Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam

Enjoy the masterpiece of this tragic artistic genius on a virtual tour of the Van Gogh Museum. The permanent collection includes the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh artworks, including more than 200 paintings and more than 750 private letters.

Getty Museum in Los Angeles

Located in The Magnificent Getty Villa in Malibu, the Paul Getty Museum has works of art dating from the 8th to the 21st centuries, and everything from sculptures to European paintings is on display in beautiful gardens and views of Los Angeles. Google’s Street View feature allows you to visit the museum’s collection of Greek, Roman and Etruscan antiquities, which look like ancient Roman country estates.