For those days where the weather stops us from enjoying the big outdoors, why not go on a family virtual visit together from the comfort of your living room?
STONEHENGE VIRTUAL TOUR: INSIDE THE STONESTake an interactive tour of Stonehenge with our 360 degree view from inside the monument. Select the hotspots to find out more. Or switch to Skyscape and relax and enjoy a live view from within the stone circle.
Child's eye view of the Roman BathsThere's so much for kids to see and do at the Roman Baths in Bath! Whilst you can not go in person, you can virtually walk in the footsteps of the Romans.
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam This museum contains the largest collection of Van Gogh’s paintings and drawings in the world and, by taking the virtual tour, you can see some of those for yourself! Cameras allow you access to every floor of the museum so you can browse and view at your leisure
British Museum, LondonThis Museum, dedicated to human history art and culture, is a hugely popular attraction in London. By following the link below, you can select either a time period or genre (art, religion, trade etc) and you’ll be shown some relevant artefacts housed in the Museum and can listen to an duos description of them. A great, interactive way for the kids to get immersed in history.
The Louvre, ParisThe Louvre is the world’s largest art museum and enjoys legendary status worldwide. It hosts virtual tours on its own website.
Boston Children’s MuseumOne for the younger kids – great for those as young as 3, this museum is dedicated to the education of children. Take a walk around thanks to Google.
San Diego Zoo San Diego Zoo has a website dedicated to kids where they can learn all about their favourite animals. as well as watching Live Cams and videos of them. There’s also games and activities (including crafts) to keep them entertained including making animal Glove Puppets and Pet Piñatas.
Eiffel TowerEiffel Tower Take a virtual tour of Eiffel Tower with Google.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Monterey Bay Aquarium offers a fantastic insight into the antics of the sea life they house through their ten webcams. Check out what the sea otters are getting up to, marvel at the jelly fish and even catch a glimpse of a shark.
Virtual LondonLike many families, we were planning on heading to London for a day or 2 in half term. We’ve already been to a few of the virtual museums online But today, I found this and I love it! A virtual tour of London streets! With the added bonus of no crowds!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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