Go adventure, right from your couch. You'd be surprised by all the free on hidden experiences around town that you never knew about. The next time you are bored at home, you can enjoy a virtual tour of the Vancouver Art gallery and see one of its most colourful and unique exhibits in recent years.

Did you know Google has an entire section devoted to museums around the globe that you can without spending any money? The arts and culture section will satisfy your sense of wanderlust, without you even needing to change out of your pyjamas.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Vancouver Art Gallery is currently shut down until further notice. 

But you can wander the halls and see breathtaking colourful masterpieces with a click of your mouse. 

Online you can visit the spectacular Douglas Coupland exhibit that happened in 2014. You'll be able to spend as much time as you'd like looking at the artworks by the legendary Canadian artist that explores themes about modern life.

Moving room to room, you'll see a wonderland of graphic paintings and large-scale photographs.

Many of the works are playful and you'll get lost exploring every nook and cranny of the exhibit.

There's even a ton of Lego art that's you'll need to discover in the exhibit and you can zoom in to see all the details.

Coupland is a local artist from B.C. and you don't have to be an art history expert to fall in love with his work.

Inspired by pop culture and technology, many of the exhibits like a shelf filled with Japanese household cleaners give you a new perspective. 

Included in the online tour, you'll be able to click to read explanations of everything you see. 

Plus, next to the description, you can get a sharable link so you can send your favourites to your BFF.

If you are still searching for more free things to do from home, you'll also want to visit the cute webcams at the Vancouver Aquarium too.

Vancouver Art Gallery Virtual Tour

Price: Free

Why You Need To Go: You can visit the art gallery for free online.


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