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Virtual Events 2020

Volume 7 Spring-Summer 2020 

As safety precautions encourage us to practice social distancing this spring and summer, we wanted to provide you with some fun virtual activities to enjoy during your time off. We have gathered links to different tours and exhibits. Enjoy!

Explore Museums, Art & Culture

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AR - Experience the stories of American art and architecture at Crystal Bridges with unique virtual reality, including a virtual walk through of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Bachman-Wilson House, and the second floor which is normally closed off to visitors. 

National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. - This famous American art museum features online exhibits through Google. 

The Louvre, Paris, France - Visit the museum's exhibition rooms and galleries including Egyptian Antiquities, Remains of the Louvre's Moat and Galerie d'Apollon. 

National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC - This one takes a while to load. View dinosaur and ocean creature exhibits. 

Explore ‘Monet Was Here’ - Visit the places that inspired Monet throughout his life, from the coast to the countryside. Google: Monet was here

Explore Wildlife

San Diego Zoo Live Cams, San Diego, CA - Live and archived videos of pandas, polar bears, giraffes and other zoo animals.

National Geographic Photo Ark - Led by photographer Joel Sartore, this a multi-year effort to document every species living in zoos and wildlife sanctuaries. 

Explore Polar Bears on the Tundra, Manitoba, Canada - Come experience the tundra and polar bears with Polar Bears International and Discovery Education!

Explore National Parks

Yosemite National Park, CA - Yosemite is internationally recognized for its granite cliffs, waterfalls, clear streams, giant sequoia groves, lakes, mountains, meadows, glaciers, and biological diversity. 

The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks - Follow rangers on a journey to places most people never go. Google: The hidden worlds of the national parks

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah - A sprawling reserve in southern Utah, Bryce Canyon is known for crimson-colored hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations. 

Explore Space

NASA Glenn Virtual Tours, OH - Get an inside look at NASA Glenn Research Center’s facilities. Select a tour and tap the icons to view videos, images and see testing in action. 

Mars on Earth - Rove around Devon Island, one of the most mars-like places on the planet and learn about the research being conducted there. Google: Mars on Earth

Explore History

The Wreck of the Titanic, Newfoundland - The Titanic is slowly but surely disappearing. The wreck of the Titanic has lain at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the Canadian province of Newfoundland since April 1912. 

Dream Land: Little Rock’s West 9th Street, AR - This documentary seeks to recognize, memorialize and share the history of Taborian Hall. 

Big History Project - Big History examines our past, explains our present, and imagines our future. 

Discover DC in 360 Degrees - Take a virtual tour of our nation’s capital with dozens of first-person adventures 

Explore Fun for the Whole Family

Where on Earth is Carmen San Diego? - Fun for everyone, track her around the globe to discover stolen loot. Google: Where on earth is Carmen San Diego?


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