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17 Apr 2020
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Since the whole world is basically still in COVID quarantine, virtual tours are a great option to travel and explore via the internet.  

Get Cultured: Take Virtual Tours of 12 of the Best Museums Around the World

  Travel + Leisure Magazine has pulled together a list of some of the best museums in the world, who are now welcoming people to visit virtually. Take virtual tours of…

  • The National Gallery in Washington, DC
  • Guggenheim in New York
  • Musée d’Orsay in Paris
  • National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul
  • Pergamon Museum in Berlin
  • The Rijksmuseum as well as the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam
  • MASP in São Paulo
  • National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City
  • J. Paul Getty in Los Angeles
  • Uffizi Gallery in Florence
  • British Museum in London.

You can see some of the finest art in the world, all in the comfort of your own home.  Access the whole list and all of the links here.  

Armchair Virtual Travel

  Marriott has assembled a great Virtual World Tour, thanks to Google Arts & Culture. As far as cultural landmarks, you can explore Versaille’s Hall of Mirrors and its famous gardens.  Google Earth lets you check out Rome’s Colosseum, Giza’s Great Pyramids, and the Taj Mahal. They also link to virtual tours and online exhibits in some of the top museums in the world.  Check out several parts of The Louvre in Paris, the Getty, the British Museum and the Uffizi. AirPano has amazing videos and 360-degree aerial photos of top spots around the world including the Great Wall of China, Petra, Dubai, the Sahara Desert, the Northern Lights, Yellowstone and other national parks. Access all the links of their armchair virtual travel here.  

Or, check out homes on the IOP…

  Last but not least, you can take virtual tours of our beach homes, from the comfort of your own home.  Check out our website and start planning your trip to the beaches near Charleston.  Just give us a call if you have any questions or when you’re ready to book. All best, Lowcountry Lisa your Isle of Palms vacation blogger