Virtual Experience at the Ripoll Ethnographic Museum
With the arrival of the pandemic and the impossibility of being able to move throughout the territory, technology has been a great alternative to continue visiting spaces without leaving home, such as Museums.
Thus, the Ripoll Ethnographic Museum has been working to be able to offer a virtual visit, to continue to value its collection and collections, despite the mobility limitations that may exist.
Starting this March, the Museum makes the virtual visit to the permanent exhibition available to the public through its website http://www.museuderipoll.org/visita-virtual-en-3d/ coinciding with the ten years after the reopening of the new headquarters.
Virtual tours are an interactive and entertaining way to see a space in all directions just by moving the mouse, by creating panoramic photos that allow you to observe the space in 360 degrees. In this way, the visitor will be able to move freely through all the rooms of the Ripoll Ethnographic Museum as if they were doing the tour in situ, also approaching the windows and looking at it in detail.