With policies in place to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), pubs, clubs, restaurants and many major public institutions across the globe have closed their doors to the public.

Well, with museums and galleries being hit particularly hard, Google Arts & Culture has partnered with more than 500 global art museums and galleries to give the public access to some of the world’s most renowned art collections. As for how to take a tour, all users have to do is head over to Google Arts & Culture, once there just choose an experience from the tech conglomerate’s extensive array of collections to view.

Exhibits from Seoul’s National Folk Museum of Korea to The Palace of Versailles are included, allowing internet users to take virtual tours through various art destinations. While not every location features a virtual tour, they have provided high-resolution images with detailed excerpts regarding the pieces on display.

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