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.
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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?
While we #MuseumFromHome, look, listen, and learn about art with our audio designed specially for kids:… https://t.co/kjOQnaaef5— MoMA The Museum of Modern Art (@MoMA The Museum of Modern Art)1584622442.0
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.
Welcoming ‘all the studious curious persons’ from around the world, take a virtual tour of the @britishmuseum:… https://t.co/oPMLCep5Xo— GREAT Britain (@GREAT Britain)1584879304.0
Guggenheim Museum, New York.
Experience the famous Guggenheim Museum, New York while sitting on our couch. Google’s Street View feature lets vi… https://t.co/jUpfdXjT1r— WREN International (@WREN International)1584718789.0
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
While our doors may be closed, we'll still bring the Gallery to you online. During our closure, we’ll take you on… https://t.co/vaYUGFGRTI— National Gallery of Art (@National Gallery of Art)1584205996.0
Musée d’Orsay, Paris.
It's field trip time! Virtual Field Trip today to Paris, France to visit the Musee d'Orsay. Find your favorite pi… https://t.co/fZBXSUUUWd— Kristina Bloch (@Kristina Bloch)1584372761.0
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.
Even if you can't physically go, Berlin's Pergamon Museum has historical artifacts to explore online. The ancient c… https://t.co/FAv6mpIRrD— German Embassy (@German Embassy)1584729906.0
Now that the museums are closed because of the #CoronaCrisis, you may be interested in taking a virtual tour throug… https://t.co/6O81HnEKEj— Jeroen Terstegge (@Jeroen Terstegge)1584729192.0
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.
Virtual visit like you are there! Van Gogh Museum https://t.co/iYvJAW9puN via @googlearts— Charles Charest (@Charles Charest)1584924776.0
Uffizi Gallery, Florence.
Uffizi Gallery, Florence Italy was hit hardest by the virus in Europe. Show some solidarity and pay this magnifice… https://t.co/AxcvnZ01Ua— Italy Group Tours (@Italy Group Tours)1584975047.0
National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City.
Friends, an ongoing thread about Museums/artistic places that you can virtually tour. Starting with 140 items from… https://t.co/YoLKaL68jN— Atoms (@Atoms)1584728314.0
America, we have found our new icon.
Hello, my name is Tim and I am the head of security for The Cowboy. I have been asked to take on the additional dut… https://t.co/1qG8Occ6Dp— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@Nat'l Cowboy Museum)1584479707.0
Tim, their head of security, has been put in charge of Twitter.
This is the hat and eyepatch the Duke wore in the movie True Grit. They are part of our Exhibition about the 2 True… https://t.co/AG5SEIpFJR— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@Nat'l Cowboy Museum)1584488963.0
Some of his Tweets are educational.
via: TwitterWhile others are hilariously wholesome, documenting his blunders with social media.
We are given a glimpse into the museum's displays.
And these are his boots. Hashtag John Wayne. Thanks, Tim https://t.co/4hVPPT8QX9— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@Nat'l Cowboy Museum)1584544623.0
He makes you smile without trying.
Here are Woody and his friends from Toy Story. They’re part of our Find Your Western exhibition exploring the West’… https://t.co/PUp6bHr7Q1— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@Nat'l Cowboy Museum)1584631656.0
We could all do with some more Tims in the world.
Want to borrow some lip balm? You’re looking kind of chapped! Lucas, my grandson, didn’t think it was that funny, b… https://t.co/6n13qH2cGl— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@Nat'l Cowboy Museum)1584727023.0
We are taken along on his learning journey.
Thanks for all the tips, Friends. Realize I have been doing the hashtags wrong. I need to use that pound sign from… https://t.co/JNeDasPPDq— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@Nat'l Cowboy Museum)1584641763.0
His positivity is infectious.
This is one of her photos of people lined up at a social security office in San Francisco trying to get unemploymen… https://t.co/isao9ILm03— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@Nat'l Cowboy Museum)1584563641.0
Take a look at their virtual tour.
I’m wearing a lot of hats now. Here are some hats I can’t wear. They're behind glass. Seth in Marketing told me I c… https://t.co/XZyIoprwXo— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@Nat'l Cowboy Museum)1584740448.0