Classrooms and textbooks are one way to learn, but education can happen outside the classroom, too. If 2020 has taught us anything, it's how to adapt. With many families choosing to do at-home learning, in-person museum and other attraction visits can supplement Zoom classrooms and help cure cabin fever.
This holiday gift-giving season, we've rounded up some noteworthy items from top zoos, aquariums, and science, art and history museums. There's a little something for everyone, and a lot of gifting for good.
It's been a strange and difficult year for travel, but it's a great time to gear up for the next adventure. If you need gifts for the travelers in your life, we have a few suggestions.
As museums, zoos, aquariums, observation towers, theme parks and other attractions begin to welcome back guests, a new normal has emerged for visiting. While you can still expect the same great views, fascinating exhibits, animal encounters, culture, and entertainment, some things will look, feel and operate differently. Here's what you can expect when planning an in-person visit.
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.