Virtual Tour Guides

last update: 04 May 2020

During the
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic a number of world's great museums opened or re-branded their virtual tours.

Here are a few of the best:-

The Vatican Museums have a virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel.

Explore the British Museum’s
wide-ranging collections, from Japanese porcelain to ancient Egyptian artefacts.

There is a virtual visit to the
Frick Collection.

Taiwan’s National Palace Museum has a
this virtual tour.

The New York Guggenheim has a
virtual tour.

The Uffizi has a
virtual tour.

The National Gallery of Art in Washington has a
virtual tour.

There is a
360° guide to Machu Picchu.

There is a
3D virtual tour of The National Museum of Computing.

The Royal Academy has an online exhibition called
Sensing Spaces.

The Louvre offers several different types of
virtual tours, from Egyptian Antiques to The Body of Movement on dance.

Use the Street View section of Google Arts & Culture for a peek inside dozens of museums and landmarks, including the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Museo Frida Kahlo in Mexico City, the Musee d’Orsay in Paris, the Australian National Surfing Museum in Torquay, and the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

And there is also:
AirPano has a series of 360° videos
Google Earth VR
Google Street View has some guided tours, including the Grand Canyon
360cities has a series of curated collections
Skyline Webcams