It’s disappointing when a trip to Germany doesn’t happen, whether it’s because of the Coronavirus or any other reason. But you can still look around German museums. It’s obviously not the same as being there in person, but at least these visits are free.
Here are 10 mueums in Germany, where you can take a virtual tour.
Deutsches Museum München
Choose an exhibition you’d like to see and just explore on your own or listen to one of the three audio guides (in German).
The Pergamon museum has lots of information and thanks to Google Arts & Culture also the online experience.
The same goes for the Museum Folkwang in Essen
Deutsches Röntgen Museum
The Röntgen Museum in Remscheid is dedicated to Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, who discovered X-rays.
The Bauhaus museum in Dessau should be a must visit for every fan of Bauhaus style designs.
The Kunstpalast has 5 museums under one roof.
For anybody interested in textiles and colour.
The Städel museum in Frankfurt am Main has, amongst others, paintings from van Gogh and Degas.
Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
The Schirn Kunsthalle currently has an exhibition of fantastic women (fantastische Frauen)
The Digitale Kunsthalle isn’t a museum you can physically visit. It’s a digital museum with changing exhibitions.
Currently, you can explore Beethoven, Felix Nussbaum, Max Beckmann and stolen art.
Of course, you can also use these virtual tours in preparation for a real visit. But while we can only dream, which museum would you like to visit?