Do you need something to do during quarantine? Take a look at these amazing global attractions and how they have made themselves available digitally from anywhere in the world!
T H E M E T
Art has the power to connect, to heal, and to build communities. While The Met has temporarily closed its doors temporarily they remain committed to inspiring knowledge, creativity, and ideas.
T H E S A N D I E G O Z O O
Let the many amazing animals living at the San Diego Zoo keep you and your family company with live webcams during your long
stay at home!
T H E G E T T Y M U S E U M
The Getty Center — along with adjacent Getty Villa — is the preeminent repository of Old World art on the West Coast, especially European art from the pre-20th century. You can now view some works online.
V A N C O U V E R S Y M P H O N Y
The Vancouver Symphony live-streamed its final performance from their BeethovenFest, and it's still available to watch and enjoy!
T H E G U G G E N H E I M
Google's Street View offers you an amazing tour of the famous Guggenheim spiral rotunda, Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece in modern architecture. You can also view their online exhibits.
R O Y A L O P E R A H O U S E
Don't underestimate YouTube when it comes to high culture! The channel of The Royal Opera House has a collection of some of the best performances around.