Taking Free Virtual tours is a great way to kill boredom and quench your wanderlust during these difficult times.
Some of the most amazing and popular travel destinations are providing free virtual tours for travellers. All you need to go on this tour is a good internet connection.
Other than google, a number of other places are offering virtual tours. Free virtual tours include tours of museums, parks, historical places, aquariums, etc.
Who is providing free virtual tours?
While all the major travel destinations are closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, there is nothing much you can do when it comes to travelling.
|Google Arts & Culture|
|Theme Parks, Aquariums, Zoos|
|Websites such as Youvisit|
Google Ties up with Museums to provide free virtual Tours
For the lovers of art and culture, there is good news. Google Arts & Culture earlier teamed up with over 2500 museums and galleries around the world to enable free virtual tours and online exhibits.
These include some of the World’s most visited art galleries and museums from around the World. Some of the prominent art galleries included in this virtual Tour are:
- Musée d’Orsay, Paris
- Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
- MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, New York, United States
- Pergamonmuseum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany
- Belvedere, Wien, Austria
- The Munch Museum, Oslo, Norway
- Museo Frida Kahlo, Ciudad de México, Mexico
Theme Parks provide free virtual Tours
Other than Google, some other important theme parks and destinations have come forward to provide free virtual tours for travellers who are stuck at home during this COVID-19 Outbreak.
Some of the theme parks offering these tours are:
- Monterey Bay Aquarium in California
- San Diego Zoo
Live Streaming from Hotels
Earlier some of the hotels were also live-streaming their locations live for travellers on various social media channels. Some major hotels include
- Malibu Beach Inn: Malibu, California
- The Inbal: Jerusalem, Israel
- Le Barthelemy Hotel & Spa: St. Barths
Most of the visitor attractions are expected to remain closed until at least the end of May. Till then travellers can visit these places virtually.
Hotels Around the World Are Live Streaming Their Views to Make You Feel Like You’re on Vacation, Travel and Leisure
You can check out out more than 1,000 of the world’s finest art museums online for free through Google, Business Insider