If you're anything like us, we enjoy a visit to the Art Gallery to absorb the talented minds of creatives every now and then. Although, it wasn't an everyday occurrence, being in iso has made us crave the things we never thought we would—one of those being, the option to visit galleries, museums and art installations.

We've gathered five of the best online virtual tours that you can have a nosey in.

1. The Mob Museum

For the first time ever, The Mob Museum released a three-part virtual guided tour showcasing all four floors of exhibitions. The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organised Crime and Law Enforcement, aims to highlight their most popular exhibitions and artefacts. It is a way for the Museum to interact with their visitors as they temporarily close due to COVID-19.

These tours will, for sure, be keeping you on your toes during isolation.

2. The MET 360° Project

Through a series of six short videos, viewers around the world can explore The Met's art and architecture in a fresh and immersive way. Created using spherical 360° technology, it allows viewers to explore some of the Museum's iconic spaces as never before.

You are transformed into an empty gallery, after hours, while seeing pieces of art as up close as ever. With protective measures that are generally put in place during normal hours removed, you truly see The Met in a way you've never seen before.

3. Musei Vaticani

Had a trip planned to Rome? Stuck at home instead? You can adore, absorb and admire the tall ceilings, the grand murals and historical pieces all in 360° virtual tours of various Museums in Rome.

If you own a VR set, your experience will be parallel to being in the museums in person. With a VR option available, you can walk through the hallways and fully immerse yourself in this breathtaking experience.

4. J. Paul Getty Museum

Los Angeles' J. Paul Getty Museum houses a vast amount of global treasures. From clay figures to Van Gogh, you can see them both in this virtual tour.

Look up and down and take in everything. Get up close and zoom right into historical paintings and memoirs; such intricate details should not be missed.

5. National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, South Korea

Thanks to Google Arts & Culture, we can see the different areas that make up this Museum in South Korea. Modern and contemporary art celebrates uniqueness and out-of-the-box thinking.

From large scale installations to sculptures, you can see it all in this virtual tour.