With the new technologies, perfect methods have been developed for touring from your own home, a technique that approaches users of culture from different countries of the world and its most enriching heritage. At Aerobús we want you to enjoy virtual visits, reproductions of works and all the digital programs that the world’s great museums have developed for you. Are you ready to put into practice a new way of sightseeing?
Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña
Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña has a large collection of works from around the world, such as those by Fra Angelico, Canaletto, Rubens or Goya. In addition, it keeps in its collection romantic frescoes of great interest from the 11th century. Like many other museums, it has established virtual itineraries of different collections, so you can enjoy art from your own home. Some of the currently available are The evolution of women, Modernist interiors in Barcelona, The bestiary of the romantic or The voices of the romantic.
Museo del Prado
Museo del Prado is of great importance within the scope of global culture, thanks to its pieces of extremely valuable cultural weight. On their website they have a section called “Collection” where they include files with images of more than 20,000 of their works, with many details so you can learn from home. You will be able to appreciate in maximum detail and definition paintings by Goya, Velázquez, Rubens or El Bosco, as well as sculptures of great interest.
To improve its digital offer and expand its cultural leisure options, El Prado has also included online visits, audios, videos and interactive content, thinking of the little ones in the house.
The Thyssen Museum is one of the artistic centers of our country with a more complete collection, spanning seven centuries of art history. A virtual visit to one of his exhibitions on Rembrandt and portraiture in Amsterdam is currently available, with an incredible talk explained by the curator of the collection. In addition, it offers you a Spotify list inspired by each of its sections, so that your virtual visit at home is much more immersive and real. Do not miss the virtual visit in its permanent collection, distributed by rooms and with the possibility of using virtual reality glasses.
MOMA is one of the most relevant museums in the world, with praised pieces such as Van Gogh’s Starry Night, Pablo Picasso’s Young Ladies of Avignon or Salvador Dalí’s Persistence of Memory. This museum brings you a journey through time to learn about the trajectory that this center has had since it opened in 1929. You can enjoy many of its works on the Google Arts & Culture platform, which also brings together pieces from other museums. of the world like the Uffizi Gallery in Florence or the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg. A true universal museum on a single website, with virtual tours that allow you to walk through the halls with 360-degree virtual reality.
Museo de Louvre
The most visited museum in the world, located in the heart of the French capital, has an incredibly complete and interactive virtual tour on its website. You will be able to see from your house, with all the details, its collections, as well as stroll through its corridors as if you were there. If you want a much more complete experience, don’t hesitate to use your virtual reality glasses and see Da Vinci’s Gioconda without crowds. Take this opportunity to visit the facade of the museum building and to see every detail up close.
Because art does not understand distances, from Aerobús we suggest that you do not stop enjoying art from your sofa. A perfect plan for you, but also to bring you closer to the little ones in the house.