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Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Prague

November 08, 2020
Prague is already a beautiful city in itself, what with the castles, palaces, and the like. You probably won't need to go to a museum to appreciate the beauty in this European capital. But doing so won't hurt, right? After all, you can never have too much beauty, and Prague is simply a feast for the eyes. Though that's one feast you won't be able to enjoy anytime soon because of the global pandemic. Not in-person, at least! Thanks to the power of the internet, you can still visit a handful of museums in the Czech capital as if you're actually there.
Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Prague


National Gallery in Prague

'Madonna of Zbraslav,' 'The Maiden” by Gustav Klimt, and 'Feast of the Rosary” by Albrecht Dürer—these are just some of the artwork you'll find in the National Gallery of Prague. This stunning museum houses the country's most extensive art collection, covering various time periods, continents, art movements, and more. It's likely you'll spend just as long a time exploring it virtually on their website as you would walking through the place in-person. Also, their YouTube channel has countless videos further explaining many of the notable pieces in their collection. You wouldn't want to miss out on any of them!
Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Prague
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Prague Castle

If you ever wondered where Disney got inspiration from their many castles, you might want to look at Prague Castle. A medieval structure straight out of a fairytale, it's one of the most-visited attractions in the city. It's so vast and stunning, it practically serves as a museum itself as well. And you can spend an entire day exploring all its rooms, halls, corners, and more. But that sounds a bit exhausting, doesn't it? Don't worry! You can always go on its virtual tour instead. From the comforts of your own home, you can still marvel at the spectacle that is Prague Castle!
Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Prague
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City of Prague Museum

Ever wondered about the history of the Czech Republic? Well, the City of Prague Museum is your kind of place! This gallery displayed everything you need to know about this European nation. From early prehistoric times to the innovations of today, there's no end to the knowledge you can acquire here. And if you visit the museum's website, you can go on a virtual tour of all the buildings that make up this institution. Let your cursor be your guide as you marvel at this stunning palace of history. Who knows? You might even enjoy it more than the real thing!
Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Prague
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National Museum in Prague

Founded in 1818, the National Museum in Prague is one of those historic structures that you see in the city. Though this one is particularly special because it houses all sorts of displays and exhibitions that chronicle natural and human history. You'll learn so much in this palatial gallery that you'd think it was one of Prague's best schools or something. And similarly to many other museums in the world, you can easily explore this one online through Google's Arts & Culture platform. In fact, they've even uploaded a few special exhibits that may fascinate you! Check them out now!
Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Prague
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Jewish Museum in Prague

100,000 books and 40,000 objects all relating to the Jewish Community in the Czech Republic are just some of what you'll see in the Jewish Museum in Prague. Everyone knows that the Jews went through a lot of hardships in Europe, most especially during World War II. So any place within this continent that celebrates and pays tribute to them is certainly one worth visiting. And don't worry, seeing all of the displays and exhibits here online is just as riveting and heart-wrenching as actually visiting the museum in person! Either way, make sure you have a lot of tissues with you when you go on the virtual tour!
Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Prague
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Going on a virtual museum tour of Prague is just as fun, exciting, and educational as the real thing. The main difference here is you're not tiring yourself out by walking throughout all these palatial galleries and exhibition spaces. You can easily enjoy them at home!

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