Cowboy Museum Put Their Head of Security in Charge of Their Twitter and His Tweets Are Hilariously Wholesome | 22 Words

Let's not kid ourselves... this self-isolation business is a nightmare. Wake up, have coffee, have a nap, look longingly out the window, then go to sleep.

But it doesn't have to be like that!

Museums from London to Seoul are giving virtual tours from the comfort of your home. Who says you can't travel virtually?

One museum, in particular, has put its head of security in charge of Twitter, and the results are everything we need right now.

Keep scrolling to find out more...


It's time we shake things up.

Right now I'm assuming most of you are about three-quarters of the way through the entirety of Netflix and have subsequently checked into your fair share of boredom.

You can only take so much reality TV.

Before your mind explodes, and you find yourself listing facts about the Kardashians in your sleep.

Impressive, but not ideal.

But don't fret, there is a way to get that culture back into your lives, and you don't even have to leave the couch!

Google Arts & Culture has teamed up with over 2500 museums and galleries around the world.

Offering virtual tours and online exhibits of some of the most famous museums around the world.

Why not make it a learning experience for kids stuck at home?

Or treat yourself to a relaxing escape with a glass of wine touring some of Paris' finest art.

Museums around the world are also sharing their most Zen art on social media.

In order to help people cope with being stuck at home. Take a look at some of Google's top museums that are offering online tours and exhibits...

British Museum, London.

The museum at the heart of London is filled with virtual tours for visitors, discover everything from Egyptian mummies to the ancient Rosetta Stone. There are hundreds of artifacts to discover.

Guggenheim Museum, New York.

You can now tour the famous spiral staircase without tiring yourself out! Google's street view feature lets you explore incredible works of art. Whether your more Impressionist, Modern, or Contemporary there's something for everyone to enjoy.

National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

This famous art museum offers virtual guests the chance to make their way through a series of online exhibits and videos, listening to lecturers discuss the pieces in their own words.

Musée d’Orsay, Paris.

Explore the lives of French artists from 1848 to 1914 through the virtual tour of this popular gallery. Take in some of the greatest artworks from Monet to Cézanne and many more.

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul.

This is one of Korea's most popular museums. Make your way through six floors of contemporary art from all over the globe!

Pergamon Museum, Berlin.

Pergamon is one of Germany's largest museums, home to the Ishtar Gate of Babylon and of course the Pergamon Altar. There are hundreds of ancient artifacts to explore.

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

The Dutch golden age can be explored through the masterpieces from Vermeer and Rembrandt. Wander it's usually crowded halls and reflect on the history surrounding you.

Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.

This tragic ingenious painter has inspired countless artists up to the present day. Why not try your hand at creating your own piece of art inspired by any one of your favorite artists on this page?

Uffizi Gallery, Florence.

This building was designed by Giorgio Vasari in 1560, and now it is open for the whole world to see it's virtual splendor!

National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City.

The Mayan civilization comes to life through their twenty-three exhibit rooms, where visitors can take a look deep into the past of Mexico's pre-Hispanic heritage. There are many more museums and galleries offering online tours. If there's one imparticular you'd like to visit, take a look on their website.

America, we have found our new icon.

Hidden away in the smaller corner of our museum collection is the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma.

Tim, their head of security, has been put in charge of Twitter.

People have been following Tim's rise to fame, as he struggles to get to grips with modern technology and all this new hashtag business.

Some of his Tweets are educational.

via: Twitter

While others are hilariously wholesome, documenting his blunders with social media.

We are given a glimpse into the museum's displays.

But regardless of what post you read, they all perfectly sum up Tim's incredibly kind heart.

He makes you smile without trying.

And his love for his grandkids clearly shines through in his playful attitude.

We could all do with some more Tims in the world.

Even if their jokes are so unfunny they become hilarious.

We are taken along on his learning journey.

And during these pressing times, this offers some much-needed relief.

His positivity is infectious.

Not all hero's wear capes, some just wear good old fashioned cowboy hats.

Take a look at their virtual tour.

It's down to people like Tim, that keep the world a nice place to live, even through adversity. Hashtag, thanks Tim. If you want to see more of what people are doing to stay positive, keep scrolling...