Virtual Opportunities ~ Travel the World

March 1, 2021

Although many of us are beginning to see “daylight” with the advent of the Covid-19 Vaccine becoming more available, it has been a BORING and confining year. But there are some ways to occupy yourself and feel a little less isolated…

Here are just a few:

The Boca Raton Museum of Art offers a wide range of cultural events that help inspire, engage, and educate, visit their event page to see what’s happening.


The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam offers a robust, beautifully shot tour in 4K via its YouTube channel, and in partnership with Google Arts & Culture, you can also explore extremely high-res photographs of the pieces in the collection as well as a Google Street View walkthrough of the museum’s galleries.


See the artwork on display at the Louvre Palace in Paris. The collection is overseen by twelve curators, who are among the most renowned experts in their field.


The Monterey Bay Aquarium in California offers various LIVE cams (some have designated hours) so choose from you favorite(s) whether it’s birdwatching, penguins, sharks, or more and simply ENJOY! By the way, MBA does need donations to maintain the many animals while they are closed if you are able.


Both Virginia’s Langley Research Center and Ohio’s Glenn Research Center  of NASA offer online tours for free. Also, you can try some “augmented reality experiences” via The Space Center Houston‘s interactive mobile app.


Visit THE STATUE OF LIBERTY―ELLIS ISLAND FOUNDATION, INC Passenger Search (records cover passengers arriving to the Port of New York from 1820 to 1957)


THE WORLD AT HOME – Virtual Tours and Experiences right on your laptop,


MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE ON FILM – THE CRITERION COLLECTION 10, A film of Martha Graham’s beloved masterwork Appalachian Spring. Planet Classroom Network


The United States Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. offers several ONLINE exhibitions and various VIRTUAL and in-person events


The National Women’s History Museum in Alexandria, VA, offers some great Online Exhibitions about women working at NASA, competing in the Olympics, marching for civil rights and other notable historical events.


~ more will be posted ~

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