It started slowly. With concerts being postponed and sporting events being cancelled. Then many were advised to work from home as much as possible. Now schools are cancelled in many places and experts recommend that even those who are healthy, stay at home. With things changing by the hour and the stress of the uncertainty building up, it’s important that we embrace a new routine, one that can make our days go by more easily, and that includes keeping our children occupied.
If you are looking for things to do with your kids, read our blog. The fact that we can’t go out doesn’t mean we can’t take our kids on virtual tours of the most fantastic museums around the world. Check out our list of virtual museum tours below:
National Museum of Anthropology,
Mexico CityBuilt in 1964, the National Museum of Anthropology displays pieces of archaeology and history of Mexico’s pre-Hispanic heritage. Explore the 23 exhibits filled with ancient artifacts, some of which belong to the Mayan civilization.https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/the-national-museum-of-anthropology-mexico-city-ziko-van-dijk-wikimedia-commons/bAGSHRdlzSRcdQ?hl=en
MASP, São Paulo
The Museu de Arte de São Paulo is Brazil’s first modern museum displaying its artwork on clear perspex frames as if it was hovering in midair.
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
“Step” into this museum and admire the world's largest collection of the ingenious painter, Vincent van Gogh’s.
Pergamon Museum, Berlin
One of Germany’s largest and most popular museums has a lot to offer – even if you can’t physically be there. With three collections, the Pergamon houses art treasures like the Pergamon Altar and the Ishtar Gate.
British Museum, London
Even if you can’t make your way to the heart of London, you can visit this iconic museum and tour the Great Court, see hundreds of artifacts, discover the ancient Rosetta Stone and see Egyptian mummies.
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Virtually walk through the gallery that houses some of the world’s most famous works of art. The rich collection of Impressionist art includes pieces by Monet, Cézanne, and Gauguin.