During this time of quarantine due to the worldwide health crisis after the coronavirus outbreak, the activities allowed have been reduced and creativity must be used to combat boredom. Surely the people locked up at home will watch a lot of television and catch up on their favorite series, but they can also learn and soak up the culture from their homes.
According to business magazine Fast Company, the Google Arts & Culture site has joined more than 500 museums and galleries around the world to offer virtual tours and exhibitions that can be accessed by everyone online. This will facilitate visits to the best museums in the world without having to leave home.
Among the museums participating in this new initiative are the British Museum in London, the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico and the Museum J. Paul Getty of Los Angeles, among others.
Also available online: virtual exploration of historic centers and cultural heritage sites.
But if nature is of interest, some national parks are doing the same and offering tours of its climate, history, and terrain in case an opportunity to explore them in person ever arises. At the moment, about five parks participate in these virtual tours and others are expected to join the list. To travel from home then!
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