Take a Tour of New York's Guggenheim Museum From the Comfort of Your Desk

By Jamie Condliffe on at

If you’ve never been to Frank Lloyd Wright’s inspiring Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, now you can check it out from your computer.

The museum is the latest to receive Google’s Street View treatment as part of its Cultural Institute program. You can now explore the cool lines of the building in a 360 tour, while also stopping to admire 120 artworks from its collection that have also been added to the Cultural Institute database.

It’s well worth a look. Go check it out here. [Google Cultural Institute via Guggenheim via Engadget]

Image by Sharon Mollerus


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