If you can not travel for a reason, but also want to bring the beauties of the world to your home, one of the most beautiful ways is to visit the websites for free. You can visit more than 2500 museums and exhibitions, especially using Google Arts & Culture.
Update: I added 3 new museums / ruins.
Revealing the need to rewrite human history, Göbeklitepe is an ancient historical temple even from the Egyptian Pyramids. This mystical excavation site in Şanlıurfa still contains secrets we cannot solve. The clown figures embroidered on the columns in the temple, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, embroideries representing 12 months and many more bring you a good experience. From here you can start sightseeing.
Those who do not see Pamukkale, one of the unique beauties in the world, immediately per screen. The water at a temperature of 35 degrees gave the soil a white appearance over time. This magnificent natural wonder, covered with a white cover, is waiting for you.
Another tourist spot in Turkey’s Cappadocia is not unique in the world. Fairy Chimneys, Uçhisar, Dark Church, Underground cities and many more a nice journey You can do.
Google Arts & Culture You can go to the British Museum in London, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Guggenheim in New York City and find hundreds of places to learn literally about art, history and science.
British Museum, LONDON
Located in the heart of London, this iconic museum allows virtual visitors to visit the Grand Court and discover ancient Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies. Museum in a virtual tour you can find hundreds of works.
Guggenheim Museum, NEW YORK
Google’s Street View feature allows you to visit the famous spiral staircase of Guggenheim without leaving the house. From there you can discover amazing works of art from the Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary eras.
National Gallery of Art, WASHINGTON, D.C.
In this famous American art museum through Google two online exhibitions It features. The first is an exhibition of American fashion from 1740-1895, which included many dressing gears from the colonial and revolutionary eras. Second, the Dutch Baroque painter Johannes VermeerA collection of works by.
Musee d’Orsay, PARIS
Dozens of famous works of French artists working and living between 1848-1914, this popular you can browse the gallery. Do not forget to check out the artworks from Monet, Cézanne and Gauguin, among others.
National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, SEUL
You can access one of Korea’s popular museums from all over the world. Google’s virtual tour takes you into contemporary art from Korea and around the world.
Pergamon Museum, BERLIN
Pergamon, one of the largest museums in Germany, physically even if you are not there offers you a lot. This historic museum is home to many ancient artifacts, including the Babylonian Ishtar Gate and, of course, the Altar of Pergamon.
You can explore the masterpieces of the Dutch Golden Age, including works by Vermeer and Rembrandt. Google, this iconic museum Street View tourIt offers you so you can feel as if you are really walking around.
Van Gogh Museum, AMSTERDAM
Anyone who is a fan of this tragic master painter, this museum, which is Vincent van Gogh’s largest art collection, including more than 200 paintings, 500 drawings and more than 750 personal letters. almost by visiting he can see his work closely.
Uffizi Gallery, FLORENCE
This gallery is located in Florence, the most famous families of Italy, de Medicis. to the art collection hosts. The building was specially designed for Cosimo I de Medici by Giorgio Vasari in 1560, but anyone can visit its halls from anywhere in the world.
MASP, SAO PAULO
Museu de Arte de São Paulo is the first modern museum of non-profit, Brazil. The artworks placed in clear perspective frames make the artwork look as if it is floating in the air. To experience this wonderful image for yourself a virtual tour You can join.
National Museum of Anthropology, MEXICO CITY
This museum, built in 1964, is dedicated to the archeology and history of Mexico’s pre-Spanish heritage. There are 23 showrooms filled with ancient artifacts, including some of the Mayan civilization.
Unfortunately, not all popular art museums and galleries have been included in the collection of Google Art and Culture, but some museums take them on their own to offer online visits. So you can browse the websites of the museums you are curious about.
Louvre on the website It also offers virtual tours.
To see more of Google Arts & Culture’s museum collection, visit the collection’s website. There are thousands of museum Street Views on Google too.
Google Arts & Culture also offers an online experience to explore famous historical and cultural heritage sites, you can also browse the app.