Let’s Go To A Gallery

Interested in art and history?

While galleries and museums are closed to the public, you can still get your art and history fix online.

The National Gallery of Victoria has gone all out to provide art lovers with online access to 90 per cent of the 75,000 works in its collection and is offering a virtual tour of the gallery. For kids and schools it has opened an NGV kids’ resources portal and schools can book virtual excursions or use online learning resources.

You may like to visit The Australian National Portrait Gallery or go on an overseas virtual tour at Paris’ Louvre. In London, the Victoria and Albert Museum allows you to search its collections, from jewellery to paintings.

Or perhaps view the Met 360° Project – an award-winning series of six short videos invites viewers around the world to virtually visit The Met’s art and architecture.