If there’s one thing we can’t get enough of right now, it’s the endless supply of arts and culture finding its way online. You can now visit museums and galleries from the comfort of your sofa. Here are our top picks from around the world and closer to home…


Get acquainted with the Dutch painter, thanks to the Van Gogh Museum’s virtual experiences. Almond Blossom; Wheatfield with a Reaper; The Bedroom; Irises; you don’t need to be a Vincent Van Gogh aficionado to appreciate the plethora of iconic artworks in this Amsterdam art museum. www.vangoghmuseum.nl/en


The virtual experience of The National Gallery in London is one of the best around. Together with Google Street View, they’ve created 360 virtual tours of seven of its exhibition rooms, as well as the grand Central Hall. www.nationalgallery.org.uk


Skip the queues and get straight to the art – all without the cost of a ticket. Spend as little or as long as you like viewing each artwork in the Paris museum’s impressive selection of virtual tours. Best known for Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, it’s also worth checking out the tours of the Egyptian Antiquities and Petite Galerie’s ceiling paintings too. www.louvre.fr/en


If you’re dreaming of your next trip to the Big Apple, why not get some inspiration and explore one of its most famous galleries. www.guggenheim.org


If you’re looking for art closer to home. Fidra Fine Art’s Summer Exhibition is available to view and purchase online. Featuring a mixture of contemporary Scottish artists, this exhibition runs until August. www.fidrafineart.co.uk