The best virtual exhibitions to check out before lockdown lifts

Freshen up your ideas by visiting world-renowned virtual exhibitions from the comfort of your own home. With no queues and no extra fees, now is the perfect time to visit these exquisite museums and view your favourite artists. Travel around the world through viewing these exhibitions now. 

The Louvre

One of the most well-known museums out there, the Louvre is open to the public through the use of technology. This museum houses Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace and many more graceful artworks.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Known as “the Met”, this is the largest art museum in the United States. The Met hosts many paintings that source from the Baroque and Rococo era, to Neoclassicism, to the Impressionism period. Take up inspiration by looking to the past by visiting this museum now.


This Dutch museum is solely dedicated to the arts and history of Amsterdam. Artists such as Rembrant and Vermeer have many of their artworks placed in this very museum. The Rijksmuseum has over one million artwork, all of which is free to view.

Van Gogh Museum

Closely located to the Rijksmuseum, this museum is what you would imagine it to be. Home to many artworks from the prominent Vincent van Gogh, this museum is necessary for big fans.

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul

No need to fly over for more than 10 hours to visit this museum. With three branches located around South Korea, the MMCA functions as a platform to encourage culture and contemporary art. 

Pergamom Museum

Located in Berlin, the Pergamom museum is one of Germany’s largest museums. This is a must-see for those interested in historical artifacts such as the Pergamom Altar and Gate of Babylon. This museum is also part of the UNESCO World Heritage.

Written by Sally Ellin