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10 museums you can visit from home

Museo de Louvre

#YoMeQuedoEnCasa: Do you know that you can visit the best museums in the world without leaving your home? So that you can travel, even though online, we offer you to visit virtually museums around the world. Let’s go!


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1. LOUVRE MUSEUM (PARÍS)

The Louvre Museum is the national museum of France devoted to pre-impressionism art, both fine art and archaeology and decorative arts. It is one of the most important in the world. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


Museo Metropolitano
2. METROPOLITAN ART MUSEUM (NEW YORK)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the most outstanding art museums in the world. The collections range from treasures from classical antiquity to paintings and sculptures by almost all the masters of Europe. Masterpieces by Rafael, Tiziano, El Greco, Rembrandt, Velázquez, Picasso, Pollock, Braque and many more are exhibited. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


Museo del Hermitage
3. HERMITAGE MUSEUM (SAINT PETERSBURG)

The Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, is one of the largest art galleries and antique museums in the world. The museum’s collection occupies a complex consisting of six buildings located on the banks of the Neva River, the most important of these being the Winter Palace, the official residence of the ancient tsars. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


Museo Británico
4. BRITISH MUSEUM (LONDON)

The British Museum is a museum of the city of London, United Kingdom, one of the most important and visited museums in the world. Its collections cover diverse fields of human knowledge, such as history, archaeology, ethnography and art. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


Galería degli Uffizi
5. DEGLI UFFIZI GALLERY (FLORENCE)

The Uffizi Gallery is a palace and museum in Florence that contains one of the oldest and most famous art collections in the world. It is considered one of the most visited tourist attractions in Florence and in 2015 it received almost two million visits, making it the most visited gallery in Italy. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


The National Gallery
6. NATIONAL GALLERY (LONDON)

The National Gallery is London’s main art museum, located on the northern edge of Trafalgar Square. Opened in 1824, it has a collection of more than 2,300 paintings, mostly European, from a long historical period between 1250 and 1900. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


Pinacotera de Bera
7. PINACOTECA DE BRERA (MILAN)

The Pinacoteca de Brera, open to the public since 1809, collects masterpieces of Italian and foreign art from the 13th to the 20th century, exhibited on the noble floor of the same palace, where the Academy of Fine Arts is also based. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
8. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART (SOUTH KOREA)

The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art is a museum of contemporary art with the main museum in Gwacheon. The museum was first established in 1969 as the only national art museum in the country that houses modern and contemporary Korean art and international art from different time periods. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


Rijksmuseum
9. RIJKSMUSEUM (AMSTERDAM)

The Rijksmuseum or National Museum of Amsterdam is located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It is dedicated to art, crafts and history. It has the most famous collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age as well as a rich collection of Asian and Egyptian art. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


Museo Thyssen
10. THYSSEN – BORNEMISZA MUSEUM (MADRID)

The Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum is a gallery of ancient and modern masters located in Madrid. This artistic collection provided numerous examples of foreign painters absent from Spanish museums, from the Gothic of the XIV and XV centuries (Duccio, Jan van Eyck) to the pop art and figurative painting of the 1980s. VIRTUAL VISIT – CLICK HERE


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