Virtual Tours And Places to Go Online - Art Galleries, Museums and More
10th April 2020
There are thousands of places to visit for virtual tours while you are stuck at home so we have put together a few -
Tour the National Museum of Scotland on Google Street View
Virtual Tour of The Grounds Of Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Zoo Cams
Tours at The Louvre
Easter events to keep you entertained include:
You can see some of this year's top exhibitions and popular shows you may have missed without leaving home.
On Monday 13 April, a new online tour of Tate Britain's Aubrey Beardsley exhibition will launch on the Tate website and YouTube channel.
From Thursday 9 April, Jane Eyre, the collaboration between Bristol Old Vic and the National Theatre, will be available to watch for one week as part of the National Theatre At Home programme.
Museums have plenty for families to do over the long weekend from creative craft ideas, like the V&A's guide to making a paper peepshow, to the Science Museum's fun experiments that can be done in the kitchen. The Natural History Museum is holding a Digital Dino Family Festival full of themed crafts for the whole family to try, including T.Rex origami and making footprint cookies.
For a traditional Easter experience, the National Gallery is telling the story of the Passion through paintings in their collection.
The Royal Shakespeare Company are streaming a number of productions such as Shakespeare's King Lear and Tim Crouch's I, Cinna. They also run interactive online backstage tours and provide a range of free resources for young people to enable them learn from home, including live lessons on Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet.
Virtual Tours Of The Vatican
On Sat 11 April the British Museum will host a special virtual version of its monthly, autism-friendly Early Morning Explorers event: a relaxed and sensory-friendly early opening for kids. The online experience will include storytelling.
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Explore nature from your living room with these high quality virtual tours of one of America's most famous museums. Simply use your mouse to navigate each room in the museum and click the camera icon for an up-close view of exhibits on display.
Van Gogh Museum Part of Google's Art and Culture Network, the tour takes you through the Van Gogh Museum allowing you to view the artworks up close. Four flours To View