You Can Tour Over 500 Museums and Galleries Online With Google's Museum View

Including Malacañang's Presidential Museum and Library.
IMAGE Presidential Museum and Library

We're only a few days into self-isolation. If you have the privilege of lying around without anything to do, why not focus all your time and energy into being productive? One way is by absorbing as much art and culture as possible through Google Arts & Culture's Museum Views.

The site has more than 500 museums and galleries available to visit (virtually, of course), inluding the Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Van Gogh Museum, Musée d’Orsay, and Tate Britain.

One of the site's current highlights is Japanese artist Uemura Shoen, a trailblazer of the art world. With the help of the Adachi Museum of Art, Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts, Shohaku Art Museum, Tokyo Fuji Art Museum, and Yamatane Museum of Art, Google Arts & Culture has compiled the renowned painter's work.

You can also check out Malacañang's Presidential Museum and Library, which currently has two online exhibitions, one on the relics of Philippine Presidents through the years and another on Malacañang itself.

The museum exists to "promote the appreciation not only of the history, role, and heritage of Malacañan Palace but also of the great institution of the Philippine Presidency and the legacies of the sixteen Filipinos who to date have held the highest office in the land."

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