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NYC Museums with Virtual Exhibits

March 26th, 2020 | Art & Culture

Close your social media and take an online tour of New York’s best art and science exhibits. No need to pay, queue or put presentable clothes on. Some of the most memorable masterpieces in New York’s vast collections are a click away. 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The largest art museum in the world has taken a chunk of its art collection online. The Met has a vast array of online media, accessible to anyone from the comfort of their homes. Visit the museum’s three locations (Fifth Avenue, The Cloisters and The Breuer) by clicking on The Met 360° Project, a series of YouTube videos that take virtual visitors on a tour of the museum’s most iconic galleries. 

Solomon R. Guggenheim

The Guggenheim joined the online exhibits movement by publishing its collection online. Explore the most popular works, which are paired insightful commentaries. No guided tour needed! It also maintains a comprehensive archive of books and catalogues documenting its past exhibitions and collections. This is your chance to spend as much time as you want overdosing on the artwork from one of the most popular museums along the https://www.manhattanhoteltimessquare.com/blog/the-manhattan-at-times-square-guide-to-nycs-museum-mile/Museum Mile. 

The American Museum of Natural History

Catering to science enthusiasts of all ages, The American Museum of Natural History has put together a fun and interactive online collection. Take a virtual tour of the museum without any crowds, join a museum tour led by knowledgeable guides via Facebook Live hall tours, and read the story behind the most popular exhibits. The youngest members of the family can spend the time taking quizzes or playing online science games. 

The Museum of Modern Art

Take a trip to MoMA's virtual world. This modern and contemporary art museum has a reputation for selecting the most forward-thinking and creative works of art. Now, anyone can take a trip down the museum’s memory lane and explore collections of photographs from earlier exhibits. Have you ever wanted to see Cezanne, Gauguin, Seurat, and van Gogh’s paintings at the 1929 MoMA show? Now is your chance! 

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