Curiosities and secrets of masterpieces are told by our curators
With this guided virtual tour you can travel into seven centuries of art history through fifteen masterpieces and to deepen into our permanent collection.
Thanks to the super zoom you can see much further and discover little stories hidden in the paintings. Rediscover the masterpieces with a new look.
You can enjoy the experience at any time and pause it whenever you want. Stop and take the time as you need to explore each painting. There is not rush, the pace is your choice!
A few practical details
You can access and enjoy the visit from any device, it will adapt to your screen. But the larger the screen size, the more you will enjoy the experience.
You will need a stable internet connection with a good signal (wifi or data). Try to enjoy it in a quiet environment without noise, so that you can hear the voiceover properly. Remember to turn on the audio and turn up the volume!
Access to the virtual tour will be sent to you in the purchase confirmation email. Remember that you have 48 hours to enjoy your visit from the first access. During this time, you can exit and enter as many times as you want, but always from the same device.
If you have any doubts, see frequent asked questions
15 masterpieces you will discover
Immerse yourself in the exclusive content of the paintings, delving into the lives of their characters, the iconography of each painting and its technique, to the point of conceiving the piece in a totally new way.
You will learn the secrets and details about:
- Christ and the Samaritan Woman, Duccio di Buoninsegna.
- Portrait of Giovanna degl Albizzi Tornabuoni, Domenico Ghirlandaio.
- Young Knight in a Landscape, Vittore Carpaccio.
- Jesus Among the Doctors, Alberto Durero.
- Saint Catherine of Alexandria, Caravaggio.
- Family Group in a Landscape, Franz Hals.
- The Piazza San Marco in Venice, Canaletto.
- Swaying Dancer (Dancer in Green), Edgar Degas.
- Les Vessenots en Auvers , Vincent van Gogh.
- Mata Mua (In Olden Times, Paul Gauguin.
- Fränzi in front of Carved Chair, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.
- Picture with Tree Spots, no. 196, Wassily Kandinsky.
- Harlequin with a Mirror, Pablo Picasso.
- Hotel Room, Edward Hopper.
- Woman in Bath, Roy Lichtenstein.
You will be thrilled!
Those who have already enjoyed the virtual guided tour have shared with us their assessment of the experience. Here are some of their oppinions:
Very interesting and original perspective from the museum's experts.
Exclusive opportunity to see details of the works that cannot be seen live, images of the restoration process and content little known to the public.