There is no question that life in an Internet-based community is much more convenient than that of old age. To demonstrate this, we can do a lot of things just by finger taping the unit, including the museum. Then you will have your own experience of seeing a masterpiece of fine art or an significant historical item with your own two eyes by gazing at all of them from the comfort of your own home. There are a couple of them out there.

How it special and for real

There are many platforms: from immersive, 360-degree images and complete “walk-around” tours with voiceover explanations to slideshows with zoomable pictures of the world’s greatest works of art. So others make it possible for audiences to get closer to art than they might do in real life.

Are you ready to get new experience?

Guggenheim museum , New York, USA

First we let you to see the cool building  museum in New York city on the banks of the Nervión River, is one of the world’s most distinctive art spaces. Although, you can’t seeing the out side which designed by Frank Lloyd Wring but you can visit art pieces from famous artist as Franz Marc , Piet Mondrian < Pablo Picasso and Jeff Koons. You can see collection of postwar American and European painting and sculpture – Rothko, Holzer, Koons, Kapoor – and even down between the weathered curves of Serra’s Matter of Time by online platform.

what to look at :

douard Manet,Before the Mirror

You will see this photo at the Thannhauser Gallery, level two. Fascinated by the social reforms in France in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, most artists tend to paint about the working class and the underclass. From the frame, the artist portrays a courtesan from the back as she looks at herself in the mirror, maybe only a moment before she turns around and you catch a glimpse of her.


Musée du Louvre, France

The Louvre is not only one of the world’s largest art museums, but it’s also one of Paris’s most iconic historic monuments. This museum offers a free online tour, which you can face and absorb art pieces and museum environment via 360-degree look at the museum, and click around the rare artifacts to get additional information on their histories.

What to look at :

Apart from the “Great Sphinx of Tanis” which welcomes visitors to the Egyptian Antiquities Collection, the highlights of the first tour include the intricately carved royal tomb of Ramesses III in Room 13, and Room 14, full of lavishly decorated sarcophagi. On the second tour, you can see parts of the moat, defensive walls, and piers that supported the building of the original fortress.


British Museum, England

 With a collection that totals more than 8 million objects, London’s British Museum makes some of its pieces viewable online. And the 360-degree view in this virtual tour lets viewers examine each and every one. Beyond this magnificent space, viewers can find the Rosetta Stone, Egyptian mummies and other ancient wonders. The museum’s interactive infographic platform, History Connected, goes into further depth of various objects with curators, along a timeline. 

What to look at :

The Lewis Chessmen

If you’re a fan of Harry Potter movies, you’ll find them familiar as they appeared in “Harry Potter and the Stone of Philosophers.” This is a piece of chess carved in walrus ivory and whalebone sometime in the 12th century. The pieces were traced in different ways to Icelandic, Welsh, Scottish and Norwegian craftsmen. Recent theory is that they were made in Norway and concealed by a merchant on the route to trade in Ireland.


Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

This grand museum has a vast collection of art and historical objects across 80 galleries. A 10-year renovation project was completed in 2013, transforming the space and combining elements of 19th-century grandeur with modern lighting and a new glass-roofed atrium. The interactive tour helps viewers get up close to every brush stroke by Vermeer, Rembrandt and other Dutch masters while exploring the Great Hall and beyond.

What to look at :

The Merry Family, Jan Havicksz. Steen, 1668

This boisterous family makes a lot of noise: the father sings at the top of his lungs as he lifts a glass; the mother and the grandmother squirt in; and the children either blow into a wind instrument or smoke a long pipe. The note hanging from the mantelpiece shows the moral of the story: ‘As the old man sings, so does the young tweet.’ What happens to the children if their parents set the wrong example? This image seems to be satirizing society in the period.


Vatican Museums, Rome

Soaring vaulted ceilings, intricate murals and tapestries, the Vatican’s museums are creatively rich sites. Don’t forget to look up when exploring the seven spaces in the museum’s virtual tour, to gawp at a series of 360-degree images that you can also move through various museums in the complex, such as the Pio Clementino Museum, packed with ancient sculptures. 

What to look at :

Sistine Chapel

Seeing the Sistine Chapel is the true reason why most of the visitors have a tour here. The Sistine Chapel is the true masterpiece of Michelangelo, popular all over the world. The most impressive aspect is the development of the Adam fresco, which covers the central area of the famous Sistine Chapel ceiling. Even, don’t forget to take your time to enjoy the beautiful Final Verdict. Michelangelo did his best to work with precision on every detail. It’s certainly worth spending your time here.


State Hermitage Museum ,St. Petersburg, Russia

If stay at home and social distance make you feel bore , I suggest you to take your mind away to Russia this museum have five-hour long video through the room of the State Hermitage Museum. With slow cinematic music and moments of curious contemporary dance, it’s a powerful mental distraction.

What to look at :

Leonardo da Vinci. Benois Madonna

This is one of Russia’s diplomatic masterpieces. This small picture (48 x 31 cm) is one of two uncontested works by Leonardo which are kept in Russia. The canvas was formerly known as Madonna and Child with Flowers, but after its acquisition by Nicholas II it was renamed, in memory of its previous owner, Leonty Benoit, one of the architects of the Hermitage. And although the second piece of the Hermitage by the Renaissance master often goes on display, the delicate state of this work means that it still stays behind a bulletproof glass in St. Petersburg.


Smithsonian National Museum of natural history , Washington,D.C

The National Gallery of Art is one of the world’s pre-eminent fine art museums. It houses a collection of more than 140,000 works tracing Western art from the Middle Ages until the present day. The paintings, sculptures and other pieces include works by masters, such as Edgar Degas, John Singleton Copley and Leonardo de Vinci. In online version viewers are welcomed into its rotunda and are greeted with a comprehensive room-by-room, 360-degree walking tour of all its exceptional exhibits, including the Hall of Mammals, Insect Zoo, and Dinosaurs and Hall of Paleobiology.

What to look at :

African Bush Elephant

You can see in the centre of museum ,including you can learn about the ecology of African elephants, their place in geologic time, and their connections to humans, including the threats they face from poachers.