Some people claim that museums and art galleries are not needed today, because everyone can see historical objects or art works by computers. Do you agree or disagree?
It is said that the modern technological devices have eradicated the indispensability of museums and art exhibitions in today world. Despite online observations provided by computers, I totally disagree that art galleries and history museums are useless.
One the one hand, it is obvious that computers offer their users access to artefacts and artistic objects without leaving their accommodation. However, the Internet is an unreliable source of information as not all online data exposed to readers proves verified. Visiting the real museums and art galleries, on the other hand, allows people to acquire accurate knowledge about arts and history because of having real documents and experts. Therefore, although computers can be usedful, traveling to physical museums and art exhibitions is better to avoid deception and misunderstanding about historical and artistic values.
In addition, museums and art galleries are utterly essential in modern society. From the economic viewpoint, historical buildings and art-related exhibitions play an intergral part in a country's revenue. If the demolitions of those sites take place, the governments would experience a drastically financial decline as no money earned from museums' and art galleries' tickets as well as guiding fees, tourist transport taxes and rents. Furthermore, historical and art buildings provide shelter for irreplaceable items. Objects such as the written agreement on libertry between nations or the famous Mona Lisa masterpiece demonstrate the most intelligent terrestrial creature's evolution and thus, must be well-preserved in specialised places like museums.
By way of conclusion, although people can see historical and artistic things by computers, computers can not provide reliable information about history and arts. I also believe that there are various aspects that facilitate the need of museums and art galleries.


It is said that the modern technological devices have made eradicated the indispensability (Unnatural. Also the topic did not claim that museums are indispensable.) of museums and art exhibitions unnecessary in today (wrong form) world. Despite online observations (wrong word) provided by computers, virtual tours, collections, and details on famous art objects that can be seen online, I totally disagree that art galleries and history museums are useless.
One the one hand, it is obvious that (Avoid these dummy-it clauses. They add little to an essay.) computers offer their users everyone access to artefacts and artistic (wrong word) objects without leaving their homes accommodation. However, the Internet is an unreliable source of information as not all online data provided exposed (wrong word) to readers proves verified. (Hmm, most of these virtual tours are on the websites of the museums who hold the objects, so that is not a convincing argument. You should rephrase it. One chosen at random is the Imperial War Museum in the UK. It covers both history and art objects. https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections ) Visiting the real museums and art galleries, on the other hand, allows people to acquire accurate knowledge about arts and history because of being able to study them in person having real documents and ask questions of the curators or museum experts. Therefore, although computers can be usedful, traveling to physical museums and art exhibitions is better to avoid deception and misunderstanding about historical and artistic values.
In addition, museums and art galleries are utterly essential in modern society. From the economic viewpoint, historical buildings and art-related exhibitions play an intergral part in a country's revenue. If the demolitions of those sites (wrong word) take place, the collections are sold and the buildings repurposed, the governments would experience a drastically (wrong word) financial decline as no money earned from museums' and art galleries' tickets as well as guiding fees, tourist transport taxes and rents. (ungrammatical clause) Furthermore, historical and art buildings provide shelter for precious and irreplaceable items. Objects such as the written agreement on libertry between nations or the famous Mona Lisa masterpiece demonstrate the most intelligent terrestrial creature's evolution (That is not accurate. A Natural History Museum such as this one does. https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/the-origin-of-our-species.html , not the Louvre or the US Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/exhibits/treasures/tr00.html#decl) and thus, must be well-preserved in specialised places like museums.
By way of conclusion, although people can see historical and artistic things by browsing the internet, by computers, computers can not provide reliable information about history and arts. I also believe that there are various aspects (vague, rather meaningless.) that facilitate the need of museums and art galleries.