Virtual museum and sightseeing tours of Vienna

With all the insane situation with pandemic caused by COVID-19, people are getting increasingly stressed by staying at home in self isolation or straight up quarantine. Travel plans are being cancelled, and for a good reason – this virus is not something to be taken lightly. We urge our customers and fans to stay home safe and do not travel while current situation last and we try to publish as much travel information as possible.

This time we want to share with you a unique way to visit Vienna’s museums, galleries and popular sites and still stay home and be safe – by visiting virtual museum and sightseeing tours of Vienna!

Vienna has hundreds of museums, galleries and landmarks that are now very much out of reach and for all of you there to quench your wanderlust in these trying times, here is the list with links:

Walk through Albertina in this interactive 360 degree virtual space.

Browse through musical manuscripts and listen to some classical music.

Browse through famous Belvedere collections, including Gustav Klimt

Virtually walk through Burgtheater and see impressive stairs and paintings.

Enjoy arms and armour collection from Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien.

An amazing 3D view from Danube tower, overseeing entire Vienna and surroundings.

Live webcams from House of the Sea aquarium.

Several online collections available on this Jewish Museum presentation site.

Online collections of Imperial Treasury from Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien.

Carriages and uniforms collections from Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien.

The burial place of the Habsburg family in Vienna. Impressive presentation.

More than 170 paintings from famous authors.

Few hundred paintings from Leopold Museum. You will be entertained for hours.

Hundreds of paintings and other works of art from Museum of Applied Arts.

Plenty of exhibits from Natural History Museum Vienna.

Impressive collection of manuscripts, books and paintings from Austrian National Library.

Online library of scanned manuscripts and books from Austrian National Library.

Virtual tour of Schönbrunn Palace.

Lots of old photographs and manuscripts of famous neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis.

Several virtual torus with videos and detailed description from University of Vienna campus, depicting its history.

Various paintings and pieces of art from general-purpose metropolitan museum with a wide range of collections and exhibitions/

Several landmarks are presented in this online library, alongside Vienna’s circular road.

Impressive online gallery of Vienna State Opera interiors.

Conclusion

As you can see, you can visit Vienna and many of its attraction while sitting at home. We know that virtual torus cannot substitute real visit in person, but at least you can stay in touch with Vienna’s impressive history and art and maybe get inspired for your net visit. Enjoy!

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