New York Virtual Experiences: Weekly Edit
You may be stuck indoors right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still soak up some culture. Many museums and top landmarks are looking to the future; digitising their experience to make them more accessible to modern audiences, worldwide. This means good things for travel enthusiasts everywhere who are looking for a remote sightseeing fix.
Although these virtual experiences are no substitute for the real thing, they do allow you to explore the world beyond your four walls from the comfort of your sofa. Or your kitchen. Or wherever else you happen to be right now. We’re not here to judge. But we are here to spotlight some of the best virtual experiences New York has to offer, week-by-week, so you can get busy exploring again.
Image courtesy of The Met 360° Project
Attraction spotlight - The Met 360° Project
Home to over 5,000 years of art, more than two million works and over 30 annual exhibits - The Met has more than earned its right to be a cultural epicentre in New York. And through its award-winning series of six short videos using spherical 360° technology, you can experience its collections in a uniquely immersive way.
Viewed more than 11 million times, the magic of attending the gallery after-hours or flying above The Met Cloisters has captivated audiences worldwide. Explore The Met now as never before.