â One Night in Each Museum
From the Tate Gallery to the Museum of Islamic Art, from the Thyssen to the Louvre, from the Egyptians to Raphael. To satisfy our longing for art and culture we do not need to wait for the museums to reopen. Most of the most famous art collections around the world can be visited thanks to sophisticated virtual 360 tours, guided and not. Artworks, but also concerts, nature for the whole family. And, while the roast cooks, mum and dad can enjoy the Carmen from Sidney’s Opera House.
Or even better, while mum hangs out the laundry, children can play with baby elephants in the Sabi Sand Reserve. Of course, we all know that first-hand experience is something else, yet there are strictly virtual privileges that should not be underestimated. The zoom, for example, which allows us to see the smallest details of a painting or to enter directly into the jaws of a lion, as we have never done before. And who knows, maybe technology will be able to bring us closer to art, history and nature as no guide has ever managed to.