Throughout Canada, people are staying at home to stay safe. If you find yourself missing in-person visits to our country’s amazing museums, here’s a roundup of online museum tours that you can enjoy from your home.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Brush up on your favourite artists at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO). This museum’s entire collection is available online, allowing you to search for specific paintings and artists. You can even check out multiple exhibits that AGO is hosting, including the incredible Boxwood Project.
Canadian War Museum
Discover new information about formative wars in our history at the Canadian War Museum. You can even check out the War of 1812 exhibit, which not only goes in-depth into the war, but also highlights four perspectives of it: Canadian, British, American, and Indigenous.
Canadian Museum of History
Learn about the Canada of the past at the Canadian Museum of History. This museum has a number of available exhibits to check out, including Inuit prints from Cape Dorset in Nunavut and a clickable playhouse that allows you to see old Canadian children’s toys. You can even get a closer look at the “Morning Star” painting from Alex Janvier on the museum’s ceiling. Your online options in this museum are seemingly endless.
These virtual museum outings are a great way to get your culture fix from the safety of home. And if you need to buy a new vehicle from home, too, we’re set up to help you do just that here at INFINITI Downtown in Toronto.