While you may not be able to physically visit a museum, an aquarium, or your favorite exhibit at the Met, you can still tour many of these places virtually. It’s a great way to keep kids from going stir-crazy—and they might learn something new along the way. Here are some tours available to you at the click of a button.
Explore the many online exhibits offered to you, including a look at The Costume Institute Conservation Lab, which may help you get over the cancellation of the Met Gala.
After perusing the art and exhibits at The Met, get your modern art fix by virtually touring the MoMA. Learn more about artists like Zurich Dada, who produced everything from collages to tapestries.
Explore works from artists like Van Gogh and Gauguin, as well as artifacts that date back to the Roman Empire. MFA’s collection is extensive and will keep everyone occupied for hours.
Tour the three galleries at this museum for an immersive experience inside the world of Roald Dahl. This makes for an ideal afternoon spent with your kids!
The fun, interactive map takes you on a tour through different eras and different categories of art—from power and identity to trade and conflict. It’s an adventure for your senses and your brain.
If you’ve always wanted to visit this popular art museum, now’s your chance. Monet and Cézanne are waiting for you!
The Medici family was one of the biggest purveyors of the arts, and this gallery houses their collection that spans across many different mediums.
Kids will love any one of the ten live cams at Monterey Bay Aquarium. There’s of course the ever popular penguin cam, but don’t forget to get a peak at other animals, too, like sea otters, moon jellyfish, and sharks.
Of course, Baltimore’s very own National Aquarium does not disappoint. Take a floor-by-floor tour to see what some of your favorite creatures are up to.