Watch. Learn. Do. All From the Comfort of Home.
Here are some fun things to do and watch while we “Stay At Home” with the family and find our way through these difficult times.
Ever wanted to see Machu Picchu? This special 360-degree technology allows you to feel as if you’re exploring this Inca citadel by foot.
If the weather allows you to go outside, National Geographic has some creative and educational ideas here.
Relieve some stress and get some exercise with rhumba, hustle, chacha, and swing dancing with online dance lessons.
The San Diego Zoo offers the most live web cam options featuring koalas, polar bears, elephants and tigers in one sitting.
Weather Wiz Kids has experiments for your little scientist using things you have at home including Balloon in a Bottle, Make Your Own Barometer, and more.
Download the Space Center Houston app. The free Space Center Houston interactive mobile tour features audio tour, GPS maps, selfie filters, augmented reality experiences, virtual reality lite and more!
Take a virtual walk on the wild side at the Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY.
Want to go to Legoland? The Great Lego Race and Miniland USA are just two of the attractions you can check out in a virtual tour of the park.
Here is a great collection of space experiments, activities, and podcasts all on one page from the Canadian Space Agency.
Go to Disney and take a virtual ride through “It’s a Small World.” Did you know the ride originally debuted at the 1964 NY World’s Fair? Or check out the Frozen Ever After ride here.
Visit the Children’s Museum at Saratoga online for great at-home activities for the younger ones in your household.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by voting for the best of the “Earthly 8” photos in Tournament Earth from the NASA Earth Observatory.
Check out the online art classes, virtual tours, and view artwork from collections at the Guggenheim Museum.
View 360-degree videos of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s locations including the Temple of Dendur and arms and armor galleries.
And, for those who are in need of a face mask as recommended by the CDC, here is a simple DIY video on how to make your own mask with a bandana.
Be safe. Be well.