Virtual tour

This section invites you to a virtual tour or immersive experience of Gallerie d’Italia’s exhibition areas and of some temporary exhibitions.

Artemisia Gentileschi: an immersive experience

Discover the virtual experience dedicated to Artemisia Gentileschi and to her long stay in Naples. Meet  her “Strong Women”, find out  the artworks she created in Naples at that time, listen to her stories about surprising and engrossing topics.


Artemisia, esperienza virtuale
The immersive experience of the Grand Tour

The Grand Tour: an immersive experience

Enter the fantastic digital world of the Grand Tour: listen and watch the stories of our traveller who, in the 18th and 19th centuries, had the lucky chance to experience the wonders of Italy, discovering a series of unique landscapes and meeting the great artists of the day.

Tiepolo: an immersive experience

This is a journey to discover one of the greatest masters of art of all time: Tiepolo. Togheter we will cross Europe exploring some of his most significant works. I will guide you, his son Giandomenico.

Minisito Tiepolo
A virtual tour of the works of Giambattista Tiepolo

Giambattista Tiepolo: a virtual tour

Gallerie d’Italia in Milan opens its doors to art lovers, offering them a virtual tour of the Tiepolo. Venice, Milan, Europe temporary exhibition: enter the museum’s rooms, get a close look at the artist’s masterpieces, and learn more about a significant collection of his works.

A comprehensive view of the work of Canova and Thorvaldsen

Admire the beauty of the sculptures by Antonio Canova and Berthel Thorvaldsen by staying at home: wander around the museum's rooms, get a close look at the works and listen to insights and information in Italian, English and Italian sign language (Lingua dei segni italiana - LIS).

A virtual tour of the works of Canova and Thorvaldsen
Virtual tour of Gallerie d’Italia - Milano

Virtual tour to the Gallerie d'Italia museum in Milan

Re-live the experience of a visit to the Gallerie d'Italia museum in Milan with Google Street View: wander around and see a number of the works present in our permanent collection, and head down to lower floor to discover the vault.