Museum tours may not be a far-fetched dream anymore with these incredible virtual tours from some of the more celebrated museums from around the world. So sit back, relax, and soak in all the art, from the comfort and safety of your home. Armchair travellers, unite.Victoria Memorial HallImage Source: WikipediaOne of Indias largest and oldest museums, the Victoria Memorial Hall houses 28,394 artefacts and 3,900 paintings. Located in Kolkata, India, the museum might be inaccessible to many, given lockdown restrictions. However, the museum offers a virtual tour to art lovers across their website. Through the tour, one can experience a virtual walkthrough, taking a look at the various paintings, artefacts, rare photographs, and ancient manuscripts that the museum library has on display.Van Gogh MuseumImage Source: Britannica.comThe Van Gogh Museum, dedicated to one of the more famous painters, Vincent van Gogh, has a series of Youtube videos which include a seven-part virtual tour of the museum. While the video series gives a life-like walkthrough experience of the museum, the museums website also lets you go through all of their paintings online, which not only include paintings by van Gogh but those by other artists from his time.Muse dOrsayImage Source: Architecturaldigest.comThe Muse dOrsay, located in Paris, is a station transformed into a museum. The museum houses various artworks including painting, sculpture, architecture, decorative arts, and photographs from 1848 to 1914. It also has an entire floor dedicated to post-impressionist art. The museum is available for a virtual tour on Google Arts and Culture, providing users with a virtual yet comprehensive self-guided expedition.Metropolitan Museum of ArtImage Source: Metmuseum.orgThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, popularly known as the Met, is located at two sites in New York, The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters. The museum launched its Met 360 Project which includes a series of 360 videos of different spaces of the museum, including its great hall, the Met Cloisters, the Charles Engelhard Court, the Temple of Dendur, and its newest space The Met Breuer, which is dedicated to modern and contemporary art.Vatican MuseumsImage Source: Cntraveler.comConstructed in the 1400s, the Vatican Museums house an immense collection of art, including some of the most renowned Roman sculptures and Renaissance works that belong to the Catholic Church and have been collected by Popes over centuries. The Vatican Museums website features 360 tours of various spaces within the museums, including the Sistine Chapel, the Raphael Rooms, the Profane Museum and the Niccoline Chapel among many others. The website also features all of its collected masterpieces virtually along with detailed briefs about each artwork.