The Easter holidays are great, even from the comfort of your home. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic crisis and forced lockdown, lots of Easter events, such as concerts, museum representation, art collections, musicals, and operas, too, are now available online. Interested in enjoying a night with one of the most praised operas worldwide? Or maybe visiting a nearby museum virtually? Here are the best Easter cultural experiences you might want to try. Virtual Easter Event You Can Watch During The COVID-19 Lockdown Virtual Museums Visit famous cultural places such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC or Carnegie Hall with a simple tap. The Google Arts and Culture app is available on your Google Play Store or App Store. You can enjoy the app on your smartphone, PC, tablet, or VR glasses. Visiting various World Heritage sites has never been so easy before! For a full experience, however, it is recommended to use the VR glasses\/handsets. Free Operas and Musicals Opera and orchestra lover? You can experience lots of performances available online, from the Vienna State Opera or Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Show Must Go On!" on his official YouTube channel. To enjoy these critically praised performances, ou must register on the website and subscribe for free. This weekend, you can watch The Fairies (children's variant) on April 11, Parsifal on April 12, and The Knight of the Rose on April 13. Virtual Concerts Many artists have begun to play for free on your favorite social platforms, so enjoying a concert while at home, it could be a great experience. You will only need the best headphones you have and follow your favorite artists on social media. Either it's Instagram, Facebook, or YouTube, there are lots of artists ready to share their music with you. Try the #WeStayConnected hashtag and find the most virtual concerts and other virtual Easter events during the COVID-19 lockdown!