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Museums and art galleries: visit online

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Tate: You can delve into their national collection online. That's 78,000 works by over 4,000 artists from Britain and around the world! You can also get daily inspiration from their Facebook and Instagram.

London’s other top galleries? Well here’s a start, all with excellent exhibitions online:

British Museum

The Courtauld Gallery

National Gallery

Natural History Museum

National Portrait Gallery

Royal Academy of Arts

Royal Air Force Museum

The Tate (including the current exhibition at Tate Modern: Andy Warhol)  

V&A Museum

 Gathered from a number of sources, here are some of the best world-famous museums with online galleries and virtual tours. Many use the Google Arts & Culture platform, where you can fnd literally hundreds of further museums and galleries to visit. Travel now from Amsterdam to Washington DC to see stunning art:

Anne Frank House (Amsterdam)

Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam)

Museo Archeologico (Athens)

Acropolis Museum (Athens)

Altes Museum (Berlin)

The Pergamon Museum (Berlin)

The Guggenheim (Bilbao)

Frontiers of Flight Museum (Dallas)

Galleria degli Uffizi (Florence)

Israel Museum (Jerusalem)

J Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles)

The Prado (Madrid)

Frida Kahlo Museum (Mexico City)

Pinacoteca di Brera (Milan)

National Museum (New Delhi

The Frick Collection (New York)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York)

The Museum of Modern Art MoMA (New York)

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York)

The Louvre (Paris)

State Hermitage Museum (St Petersburg)

Australian Museum (Sydney)

National Palace Museum (Taipei)

National Museum (Tokyo)

The Albertina (Vienna)

Ca'Rezzonico (Venice)

Vatican Museums (Vatican City)

National Gallery of Art (Washington DC)

National Museum of Natural History (Washington DC)

If you'd like to know more about a specific Artist then Click here and type in the artist's name e.g. "Magritte".

event date: 

Monday, May 4, 2020