Students can view the Hillwood Estate’s collection from home now. The estate’s website allows visitors to explore the grounds and listen to recorded lectures.
The Barcelona museum featuring Picasso’s art provides a free online tour of exhibits and the museum’s facilities.
Students can participate in a free four week online camp, Summer Sound, that helps them learn music.
Students can explore various online resources, such as dance, music, and art. Parents can also access lesson plans for students at varying grade levels.
Students can virtually discover new artists and masterpieces at The Art Institute. The museum’s website offers videos, blogs, resources about art, and a special review of the El Greco exhibit.
In conjunction with more than 500 museums and galleries worldwide, Google created online experiences for learners.
In this 360° virtual tour, students can explore the museum’s Hall of the Dynasties and the Galleries of Sixteenth-Century Venetian Painting. The works of artists such as Tintoretto, Titian, and El Greco are displayed throughout the gallery.
Students can learn about music theory and site reading at this online platform. Access is free if your school is closed due to COVID-19.
Students can explore the online exhibits (Pictures of Nature and Highlights from the Museum of Natural History) through a virtual tour.
The Getty provides access to various online exhibits and students can explore and learn about more than 15,000 pieces of art and history.
This museum offers virtual tours and includes the works for Rembrandt and Vermeer.
In their virtual tour, students can explore artifacts throughout history from across the globe.
The virtual tour of this art museum allows online visitors to explore its hallways, viewing the works of Van Gogh, Gauguin, and Monet.
A virtual tour, pictures, and video help students explore the historical French Palace of Versailles. Here, students can learn about the political, historical, and artistic impact of the palace.
You can visit the National Gallery of Art online engaging in visual and audio resources, virtual tours of the museum’s collections of Raphael and Degas. The museum’s new exhibit called “True to Nature” is also available.
Students can explore the remains of Athens’ ancient Acropolis, Parthenon, Temple of Zeus, and more in these virtual tours. The site also includes detailed information about the various Greek archeological sites.
London’s Royal Academy offers a virtual tour of its “Sensing Spaces” exhibit. Students can take advantage of the 360° images of an ambitious art exhibit.
This virtual tour of an excellently preserved and unique Egyptian tomb helps students learn about ancient Egypt.
Explore the Vatican online, students can visit the Sistine Chapel, the extensive Vatican Museums, and archeological digs in Rome.
April performances from The Globe (Shakespeare’s theater in the UK) will be streamed for free online. Viewers can watch Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer’s Night Dream, and Hamlet.
D.C.’s own Shakespeare library and theater is offering free access to seven full-cast audio recordings of plays such as Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, and Othello. The library is also providing free access to their video recording of Macbeth. These resources are available free of charge through July 1st, 2020.
The opera released a free series of encore performances such as Verdi’s Macbeth, and Don Carlo. New Daily performances become available at 7:30 pm EST and are available for 23 hours.