Many museums and attractions around the world have made virtual tours and exhibits available during this time. We’ve compiled a list of some local, national and international places to explore.
Adventure Aquarium is offering a range of fun virtual programming on its social media channels during the coronavirus shutdown.
While our doors are closed, we invite you to stay connected with the Barnes through our many online resources. Explore the barns foundation from home.
Museum of the American Revolution
Explore the collection with a host of free digital resources including a digital museum tour featuring 360-degree panoramic footage, go on a virtual field trip or delve into excerpts from recent books about the Revolutionary War.
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts has launched a new initiative: “PAFA from Home: Inspiration Everywhere, Anywhere” features all kinds of virtual programming out of the museum. —including beginning drawing and essential human anatomy.
The Philadelphia Zoo launched a new educational Facebook Live series called Philly Zoo. Every weekday at 2pm, Director of Educational Programs Dani Hogan will take viewers behind the scenes.
The Penn Museum
The Penn Museum invites you to travel the world and explore our museum from your home. Enjoy virtual programs and experiences both for kids and families and for adults that expand the possibilities for creativity, learning, and fun.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art
You can view many of the museum’s collections online or take an in-depth guided tour.
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