A national lockdown need not mean missing out on & # 39; top tourist attractions of & # 39; e UK.
That's because there aren't many unusual webcams and virtual tours on their websites, which means you can explore them from the comfort of your living room.
Here, MailOnline Travel opens 22 great online tours and webcams for royal residences, museums and galleries, national parks and more …
The National Gallery
The National Gallery has an online tour where you can view some of his fascinating paintings. Pictured is Room 9
The National Gallery, in collaboration with Google Street View, has an online tour of its fascinating paintings across seven of its rooms and its central hall.
According to the gallery, they can view & # 39; Renaissance masterpieces from Northern Italy, the Netherlands, and Germany, including works by Titian, Veronese, and Holbein & # 39 ;.
Visit www.nationalgallery.org.uk/visiting/virtual-tours to take an online tour.
The Beatles Abbey Road 360
Britishtours.com has produced an interactive image of Abbey Road (image above)
An incredible interactive panoramic image from britishtours.com shows you the instantly recognizable graffiti sign and zebra crossing outside London & # 39; s Abbey Road Studios – made famous by The Beatles.
By zooming in, you can see the beloved streets of North London and a family that's not trying to make the famous Abbey Road album cover.
Visit the image at www.britishtours.com/360/beatles-abbey-road.
Victoria & Albert Museum
The jewelry exhibition at the V&A Museum. The pieces in this display can be viewed in the museum's online collection
The V&A Museum of London does not offer interactive virtual tours, but you can search static images of some of the & # 39; beautiful artefacts that & # 39; it has displayed through its website.
The museum says: & # 39; From ancient Chinese ceramics to evening colors by Alexander McQueen, take an incredible journey through 5000 years of human creativity with our online collections. & # 39;
Visit https://www.vam.ac.uk/collections?type=featured to read the V&A collections.
The online drawing class of the Royal Academy of Arts
A male model poses during a life drawing tutorial conducted by the Royal Academy website
If you want to enhance your art skills, the Royal Academy of Arts website has an online drawing tutorial for life.
The anatomical class was originally broadcast in February 2019 and includes a male model as well as a miniature horse.
Visit www.royalacademy.org.uk/article/watch-life-drawing-live-anatomy-class to join the class. And have some paper and a pencil on hand.
The photo of Tate Britain, pictured, can be explored via Google Street View
The works seen at Tate Britain can be explored through the collaboration of & # 39; gallery with Google Street View.
There are also over 270 items in their collection that can be displayed on the site.
Visit artsandculture.google.com/partner/tate-britain to get past the works of Tate Britain.
Edinburgh Zoo has a series of live webcams that didn't live out in some of its animal environments. Pictured is a grab from a penguin webcam
Edinburgh Zoo may be off-limits for now, but you can still keep an eye on the & # 39; antics of some of & # 39; e animals there through a series of live webcams.
The combs are placed in & # 39; cabinets of & # 39; e pandas, penguins, tigers and koalas. Don't worry if you can't see the animals initially – they may just pull out of the shot.
Log on to www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/webcams to stay up to date with & # 39; e creatures.
Google Street View shows you in & # 39; the great collections of the British Museum
The British Museum's collection covers more than two million years of human history – and it can be explored online.
Thanks to Google Street View, history buffs can view artifacts, including the Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon sculptures and Egyptian mummies.
To enter a digital version of the museum visit artsandculture.google.com/partner/the-british-museum.
Hidcote Manor Gardens
The Red Borders garden at Hidcote Manor Gardens, is located in a Gloucestershire village
Located in the Gloucestershire village of Hidcote Bartrim, Hidcote Manor Gardens is a series of outdoor spaces filled with colorful plants and flowers.
And thanks to a thriving & # 39; beautiful & # 39; 360 degree interactive feature on & Trust's National Trust website, you can wander under the comfort of your own lockdown HQ. Turn on the sound effects to sing birds.
Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hidcote/features/hidcote-virtual-tours to see the wonders of nature.
Lake District National Park
The view over the city of Keswick and from the direction of Skiddaw from one of the webcams of the Lake District National Park
The beautiful Lake District National Park has posted a series of webcams at its finest sights.
By signing in, you can watch live scenes from Windermere, Conniston Water, Derwentwater, Ullswater, Keswick and Skiddaw.
Visit www.lakedistrict.gov.uk/visiting/webcams-videos-and-photos/webcams to check them out.
The rose garden at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, which can be explored online
Sissinghurst Castle, in Kent, has a beautiful array of gardens and is best known for its bloom of white roses in summer.
And on & # 39; the National Trust website, gardeners can attract both the rose garden and the courtyard as well as the library in & # 39; exploring the stable of the castle.
To see more, visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sissinghurst-castle-garden/features/sissinghurst-castle-virtual-tours.
The original dining room in Anglesey Abbey, a Jacobean-style house with gardens
Anglesey Abbey is a Jacobean-style home with gardens and a work mill in Cambridgeshire.
Online you can take a tour of the original dining room, formal garden and tapestry hall.
Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/anglesey-abbey-gardens-and-lode-mill/features/anglesey-abbey-virtual-tours to get started exploring.
Hyde Park and Kensington Palace Gardens
Both Hyde Park, pictured, and Kensington Palace Gardens can be explored in Google Street View
Two of London's most famous parks, Hyde Park and Kensington Palace Gardens, can be explored through Google Street View.
You can see Hyde Park's training center and wander around its footpaths and see Kensington Palace, the official home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Visit www.royalparks.org.uk/learn/learn-in-hyde-park-and-kensington-gardens/planning-your-visit/our-facilities/virtual-tour to explore.
A la Ronde
Inside the cozy dining room of A La Ronde, an 18th-century, 16-sided house in Devon
A La Ronde is an 18th-century, 16-sided house in Lympstone, Devon, which is owned by the National Trust.
Online is a virtual tour of his quaint shell gallery and cozy drawing room, as well as a panoramic view of the Exe River from his gallery.
Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/a-la-ronde/features/a-la-ronde-virtual-tours to visit.
This is an online tour of Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland, which comes complete with the sounds of crashing waves
The rugged landscape of & # 39; e Giant & # 39; s Causeway in Northern Ireland is a sight to behold – in real life and online.
On the & # 39; National Trust website you can take a virtual tour of & # 39; a landmark from four different corners – the Grand Causeway, Aird Snout, Giant & # 39; s Port and Port Noffer.
Visit it at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/giants-causeway/features/take-a-virtual-tour-of-the-giants-causeway and remember that it comes complete with the sounds of crashing waves and birds.
The Throne Room, which is one of three rooms at Buckingham Palace that can be explored online
Royal fans can venture into Buckingham Palace and explore three of the rooms – from their own home.
They can explore the Throne Room, the White Drawing Room and the Grand Staircase. Users can click on the icons to learn more about the rooms and the objects in them.
Visit www.royal.uk/virtual-tours-buckingham-palace for a sneak peek.
Palace of Holyroodhouse
The Morning Drawing Room in & # 39; the official Scottish residence of & # 39; e Queen, The Palace of Holyroodhouse
It's not just the official stay of your Queen that you can tour your virtual.
You can also discover three of the rooms in their official Scottish home, the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The rooms that you can explore are the Grand Stair, the Morning Drawing Room and the Royal Dining Room.
Visit www.royal.uk/virtual-tours-palace-holyroodhouse to see the rooms.
Houses of Parliament
Inside the House of Commons, this can be explored in an online tour by the Houses of Parliament
No area of Parliament houses is off-limits in this 360-degree virtual tour.
Online, you can discover parts of the large, historic building, including the Central lobby, the Peers & Corridor, the Robing Room, the Royal Gallery and both the House of Commons and House of Lords.
Visit www.pargum.uk/visiting/virtualtour/ to step inside.
Royal pavilion, Brighton
The banquet hall in Brighton's Royal Pavilion, which has virtual tours of four of its rooms
Brighton Royal Pavilion has a virtual tour of four of its rooms, each of which provides a 360-degree angle.
Not only will those who sign up see you in the banquet room, great kitchen, music room and the normally off-limits red drawing room, you can also listen to an audio guide.
Visit Brightonmuseums.org.uk/royalpavilion/whattosee/virtual-tour/ for more information.
The quire within Canterbury Cathedral, one of several areas in the building that can be explored online
There are several areas of Canterbury Cathedral that the public can enjoy online.
These are the crypt, the quire, the nave and the Trinity Chapel.
Visit www.canterbury-cathedral.org/visit/information/tour/ to start a tour.
There are virtual tours of our collections and exhibits at the RAF Museum in London
The RAF Museum in London has virtual tours of several of its collections and exhibits.
These include the Grahame White Watch Office, the historic hangars and the Bomber Hall.
To fly in, log on to www.rafmuseum.org.uk/london/things-to-see-and-do/virtual-tours.aspx.
Natural History Museum
Inside the Natural History Museum on Google Street View. Some of & # 39; exhibits on & # 39; e photos & # 39; s may have changed
The Natural History Museum has partnered with Google Street View, allowing physicists to explore the location of a home.
Large parts of the museum can be explored, though some of & # 39; exhibits on & # 39; e photos & # 39; s may have changed since the tour was generated.
Visit artsenculture.google.com/partner/natural-history-museum virtual to visit.
The Stonehenge virtual tour places you inside the old monument
Bring the Stonehenge mysteries in Wiltshire to your computer screen through the website of the English Heritage 360-degree tour.
It places you within the monument – with clickable white circles that reveal more about the untouchable structure.
Visit www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/stonehenge/history-and-stories/stonehenge360/ to explore.
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