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Some of our favorite zoos and aquariums across North America may be closed, but the animals are still there. From soothing live feeds of jellyfish to penguin field trips to behind-the-scenes footage from keepers and animal caregivers, there’s still plenty to see.
There’s nothing quite like experiencing breathtaking views of beautiful cities from atop towers or scenic cruises, but for now we’ll have to visit virtually. While some of our favorite attractions take a pause, the panoramic views remain. We’ve rounded up some of the best views, tours and activities from NYC to Seattle and places in between to keep you entertained from the comfort of your own home.
All over the world, museums, zoos, aquariums and other cultural institutions have closed their physical doors for the time being, but their virtual doors are wide open, and they’ve got some amazing online tours, classes and lessons, sneak-peaks, webcams, at-home activities and more for kids and adults alike—all available for free.
CityPASS partners with a variety of art museums and art institutes throughout the country that provide cultural experiences for travelers. During this time of uncertainty, home isolations and attraction closures, we want you to continue to explore the online tours, virtual collections, and educational resources from our art institutions—all just a few clicks away. Learn, experience and be inspired!
At the Please Touch Museum, pint-sized guests will get to tap out a secret message in Morse code, get schooled on the fundamentals of flight, "roast" a marshmallow and trade stories over a campfire, and much more. It's the perfect place for a kid to learn valuable skills through play – which is precisely the museum's mission.
How much do you know about early American history? If you've been searching for a crash course on how a ragtag band of treasonous rebels built one of the most powerful societies in the world, look no further than the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Its location in the historic part of the city is within walking distance of the very place the Founding Fathers ratified the constitution almost 250 years ago.