From Buckingham Palace to the Lake District National Park: The top UK tourist attractions you can visit from your own home - thanks to amazing interactive virtual tours and webcams:
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, those logging on can look at 'Renaissance masterpieces from Northern Italy, the Netherlands, and Germany, including works by Titian, Veronese, and Holbein'.
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Victoria & Albert Museum
The Royal Academy of Arts' online drawing class
To have a go at the class, visit
And have some paper and a pencil to hand.
The British Museum's collection spans over two million years of human history - and it can be explored online.
Hidcote Manor Gardens
Hyde Park and Kensington Palace Gardens
On the National Trust website, you can take a virtual tour of the landmark from four different angles - the Grand Causeway, Aird Snout, Giant's Port and Port Noffer.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/giants-causeway/features/take-a-virtual-tour-of-the-giants-causeway and remember it comes complete with the sounds of crashing waves and birds.
Palace of Holyrood house
Houses of Parliament
Royal Pavilion, Brighton
Brighton's Royal Pavilion has a virtual tour of four of its rooms, with each providing a 360-degree angle.
The Natural History Museum has a collaboration with Google Street View so naturalists can explore the venue from home.
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