Museum of Russian Icons
The Museum of Russian Icons inspires the appreciation and study of Russian culture by collecting and exhibiting one of the world’s largest collections of Russian icons — sacred paintings used for veneration in the Orthodox tradition. With more than 1,000 icons and related artifacts spanning six centuries, the Museum offers a unique and personalized experience rich with art, history, and culture. It serves as a leading center for research and scholarship through the Center for Icon Studies and other institutional collaborations.
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Dragonfly Wellness Center
Until we can meet again, we are happy to offer some free online classes, a comprehensive Wellness Bundle and some online interactive Private Appointments.
For a small fee of $25, to support the practitioners and teachers, you’ll get unlimited access to ALL online class materials in the Body-Mind-Thrive Bundle until June 30th.
Fitchburg Art Museum
FAM was founded in 1925, and its four-building complex, with over 20,000 square feet of exhibition space, features exhibitions from its art historical collections as well as special loan exhibitions focused on regional contemporary art. Collection strengths include American Art, African Art, and photography. FAM also features hands-on learning experiences for kids and families in our Discover Ancient Egypt, Global Africa, and contemporary art exhibitions.
Explore the Museum virtually on social media (HERE)
Disney World and Disneyland
YouTube is filled with rollercoaster ride recordings that let users envision themselves on attractions at Disney resorts, from the Incredicoaster at Disney's California Adventure park to the "Frozen" Ever After ride at Walt Disney World.
The Guggenheim Museum
The Guggenheim is known for its collection of contemporary art, as well as for its unique architecture, and the experience of roaming the signature curved building is still captured by the Google Street View digital tour.
British Museum in London
The museum has a free interactive timeline that lets users explore artifacts from ancient civilizations around the world. The virtual exhibit lets people focus on different topics and themes, like "living and dying," "power and identity," and "trade and conflict," all from different continents and eras.
Blarney Castle in Cork, Ireland
Blarney Castle is known for its mythical stone that visitors have kissed for good luck for hundreds of years. This year was the first time in history that the kissing of the stone was put on hold due to the spread of the coronavirus.
For now, prospective visitors can take in the beautiful sight through a highly detailed virtual tour.
Monterey Bay Aquarium
The Monterey, California, aquarium is giving visitors a virtual look at its colorful sea creatures via free live camera streaming. Animal lovers can zen out to jellyfish or watch penguins waddling in their habitat.
The renowned opera house is closed to the public at the time of writing and is streaming performances ET every night they're closed. The schedule is published on the Met Opera website, and the recordings will be available on the Met Opera homepage for 20 hours after they're streamed at night.
Windsor Castle or the Palace of Versailles
There are many castles that can be explored from home, such as Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, the famous residences of the British royal family. You could also take a digital walking tour of Catherine Palace in Russia, which is known for its colorful exterior.
Take a guided virtual walking tour through one of many US national parks
Google Earth and Google Arts & Culture have made at least 32 virtual tours of national parks around the US, allowing people to transport themselves to breathtaking landscapes around the country.
New York City's American Museum of Natural History
Take a virtual tour of New York City's American Museum of Natural History and tune in to Facebook Live sessions perfect for educators and families.
Families, parents, and educators may also be interested to tune into the museum's Facebook Live videos at 2 p.m. ET every Tuesday and Thursday, which give fans a live look at the facility's exhibits.
The EcoTarium is a unique indoor-outdoor museum in Worcester, MA. Set in an urban oasis, the EcoTarium offers a chance to walk through the treetops, take a thrilling multimedia journey through the galaxy at a digital planetarium, meet wildlife, stroll nature trails, ride a narrow gauge railroad, and get hands-on with family-friendly exhibits.
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Heritage Museums & Gardens
Want to learn more about the collection here at Heritage Museums & Gardens? Centering on American history, art, industry, and culture, our collection of 13,000 items is available online, including the museum's antique car collection.
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Atlantic White Shark Conservatory
The Education Team at AWSC is offering a daily at-home enrichment opportunity for youth of all ages. All enrichment is being provided via Facebook Live at 10 am each day on the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy’s Facebook page.
Normal Rockwell Museum
Norman Rockwell Museum has been creating new ways for our visitors to discover our extensive collections of art, historical objects and scholarship.
We are thrilled to now have curated experiences that collect related images, photography, video, audio and history relating to the Museum’s renowned collection of Norman Rockwell’s original paintings, his Stockbridge Studio, as well as the Museum’s vast collection of illustration art.
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