Detailed Virtual Louvre Tour and Its Collection of Sculptural Masterpieces
Take a closer look at the many sculptural masterpieces in the world's largest museum.
With over 38,000 items on display, the Louvre boasts an impressive collection of sculpture spanning thousands of years. Whether you've taken our Louvre virtual tour already or this is your first time, you'll be given a wealth of new information. This virtual tour will take you deeper into the Louvre’s collection and allow you to discover the evolution of sculpture with a journey through time.
- One Hour Interactive Tour
- Local and Licensed Guide
- Q&A Throughout the Tour
- Learn All About the Louvre's Sculptures
- Discover the First Human Form Sculpture
- Ancient Greek and Roman Works
- Masterpieces from the Italian Renaissance
- Educational, Fun, and Interactive
- Weekend Special Event!
Sunday, January 17th at 3 pm Eastern Standard Time.
As the largest museum in the world, there's more to the Louvre than just the Mona Lisa. Abbie, an expert guide and regular Virtual Louvre tour guide, will take you off the beaten track of the galleries and show you some of the many sculptures housed within the museum. Did you know the Louvre has one of the earliest sculptures of the human form in the world? Do you know how to tell the difference between an Ancient Greek and Ancient Roman sculptures? Have you ever wanted to get a first-hand look at Michelangelo’s artistic process? Come discover all of this and more on this second installment of the virtual Louvre tours. This 60 minute online virtual tour of the Louvre includes:
A Licensed Local Louvre Guide
A 60-minute virtual interactive tour of the Louvre
Live Q&A with your guide throughout the tour
Mesopotamia, also known as the Fertile Crescent, is widely considered to be on the birthplaces of civilization. As societies were formed art was able to develop and flourish. The Louvre has an impressive collection of artefacts from Mesopotamia spanning thousands of years. From the world’s earliest sculpture of a human to a king’s extravagant throne room depicting military conquests and deities – you will discover the foundations of sculpture that the Ancient Greeks and Romans would expand upon.
Ancient Greece and Rome
The Louvre’s collection of sculptures from classical antiquity is more than just the famous Venus de Milo. You will delve deeper into the collection and admire amazing life-like sculptures that most visitors just walk past. However, not everything is as it seems with these sculptures and there will be some surprises along the way from more modern restoration work to hidden details.
Most visitors to the Louvre rush directly to the Grand Gallery to admire the extensive collection of Italian paintings and to fight their way up to the Mona Lisa. The Louvre is also home to some magnificent Italian Renaissance sculptures. From two unfinished sculptures by Michelangelo to an emotional depiction of true love, the Italian sculptures are a testament to just how much can be done with a piece of marble.
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Detailed Virtual Louvre Tour and its collection of Sculptural Masterpieces
The presenter was excellent - knowledgeable and personable. I learned a great deal about the sculptures and their historical context.
Loved the Louvre Tour
The tour guide was professional, knowledgeable and fun to listen to...she had good stories that were new to me. Going to the Louvre in person is a Great experience but this virtual visit was Great Too!
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