#StayAtHome is the ultimate movement during this difficult time that the world is going through at the moment. To make the best out of this situation, the key is to stay home, healthy, informed, and also on a constant openness to knowledge. With that in mind, many countries have developed activities for you to do during the quarantine, maintaining your routine as normal as possible. Join Paris Design Agenda, and find the exclusive list of the Paris Best Museums that you can visit virtually, on the comfort of your own home. Stay safe!
As you know, Musée D’Orsay is a very well-known and prestigious museum that has been visited by many art lovers. In this context, you can virtually walk through this gallery to see many famous works from French artists between 1848 and 1914 including, Money, Gauguin, and others!
The majestic Louvre Museum, home to some of the most emblematic art pieces of all time. Enjoy this opportunity to admire the Egyptian antiquities, the Salon d’Apollon, medieval Louvre, and many more. You’ll be amazingly entertained by discovering the richness of one of the most visited museums in the world.
Wanted to explore the amazing artworks displayed at the Musée Cernuschi, the Musée d’Art Moderne, at the Musée de La Libération or at the Petit Palais while staying home? Paris Musées offers you digital access to its collections for free. All in all, over 320,000 works expect you and invite you to discover their history through virtual exhibitions.
The Musée du Quai Branly virtually opens via the Google “Arts and Culture” project and invites every art aficionado to discover its collections while waiting for its reopening which will be very soon. Make the most of this quarantine period and discover the permanent collections from Oceania to Africa via Asian arts.
Although this museum doesn’t exist on the physical world, you can admire it virtually! UMA – Universal Museums of Art – was created by four young French entrepreneurs, and offers you to visit its virtual museum including many works of art from a private collection, museums from all over the world and from the public record. So, enjoy this #StayAtHome movement, and breathe the most timeless art pieces that are displayed virtually just for you. Stay safe, better things are coming in the future!