Put on your restorer's white coat and discover our works in a new light
During this visit you will learn about some of the treatments carried out on the paintings and we will reveal secrets and curiosities hidden in a selection of our masterpieces.
Using special photographic techniques and laboratory studies carried out in the Restoration Area, you will learn more about the processes involved in the creation of the paintings and the changes or regretsthat the artists made during the execution of the works.
You can also contemplate the paintings without their frames, just as the artists conceived them, something difficult to see on a conventional visit to any museum.
Thanks to the super zoom you can see much further and pause the guided tour whenever you want. Stop and spend as much time as you need exploring each work.
The 12 masterpieces you will discover
and that will give you an overview of the work we do are:
- Paradise by Tintoretto.
- Portrait of Giovanna degli Albizzi Tornabuoni by Domenico Ghirlandaio.
- The Lamentation over the dead Christ by Juan de Flandes.
- Young Knight in a Landscape by Vittore Carpaccio.
- Hercules at the Court of Omphale by Hans Cranach.
- The Immaculate Conception by El Greco.
- The Death of Hyacinthus by Giambattista Tiepolo.
- Swaying Dancer (Dancer in Green) by Edgar Degas.
- Billiard players by Varvara Fedorovna Stepanova.
- Hugo Erfurth with Dog by Otto Dix.
- Shell and Old Shingle V by Georgia O'Keeffe.
- Harlequin with a Mirror by Pablo Picasso.
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, we assure you.
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
You'll be thrilled, and we're not just saying that
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.