Resources during the Pandemic for Educators, Families, and At-Home Workers
Curated by Barbara Bray and Dr. Cynthia Sistek-Chandler with contributions from colleagues and kids
Virtual Trips / Exhibits

Since schools are closed and we are supposed to do "social distancing," You can visit different sites, museums, parks, and more virtually. Here are a few to visit from your living room.

 


Google Arts and Culture

A collaboration with over 1200 leading museums and archives, Google Arts & Culture is an incredible storehouse of monumental works of art. Check out the Street View virtual tours as well as Art Zoom guided tours.

 


 

Monterey Bay Aquarium 

The physical doors may be closed for the safety of that guests, community, staff and animals, but you can still experience the Aquarium online.

 


 

Explore the redwoods virtually by clicking on the picture above with a live stream from the redwood forest, Save the Redwoods League videos and photos from forest visitors.

 


 

Oakland Zoo@Home

Zoo@Home allows you to experience all the educational opportunities from the comfort of your home! Continue where you left off at school with grade level appropriate activities and lessons. Safely enjoy nature and the outdoors while learning more about local wildlife. Learn all about the zoo animals and ask those questions you've always wondered. Even become a Jr. Zookeeper by creating enrichment for your pets at home. New content added weekly!

Also check out Oakland Zoo webcams

 


 

Atlanta Zoo's Panda Cam

 


 

Seattle Aquarium Virtual Field Trip

 


 

Smithsonian Natural Museum of Natural History 

Click the image to access the tours!

 


 

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Click on the picture below to access 26 stories.

 


 

 

The Louvre in Paris, France

 

 

The British Museum, London, UK

 

 


NASA Virtual Tour- Langley Research Center