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Have you ever visited the Met? Now, you can do it online! Take a look at this list of museums, concert halls, and more that are moving performances and exhibits to a virtual platform.


San Diego Zoo: While the zoo itself is closed, the San Diego Zoo has live cams of many of its exhibits.

Virtual Disney Rides: This YouTube channel allows viewers to go for virtual rides on your favorite Disney attractions.

"Baseball" by Ken Burns: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ken Burns has worked with PBS to provide his new documentary “Baseball” online.

Broadway Plays and Musicals: Love the theater? Check out this article for a list of Broadway musicals and plays that you can stream online!

The Seattle Symphony: The Seattle Symphony is sharing free broadcasts that can be streamed via their Facebook page or on YouTube.

Wigmore Hall: A London-based concert hall is now providing free streaming of their performances, talks, and more.

NASA Image & Video Library: NASA has made its image and video library available to the public.

National Gallery of Art (Washington D.C.): Take a virtual tour through the artwork of the National Gallery!

Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC): Explore different exhibits at the Met.

National Museum of Anthropology (Mexico City): Devoted to the archeology and history of Mexico’s pre-Hispanic civilizations. 

The British Museum: This interactive website allows you to explore the many wonders of the British Museum in London.

The Louvre: Visit the famous Parisian museum online!

Folk, Classical, and Jazz Music: NPR has compiled a list of free online concerts to take advantage of.

Pop Music Concerts: Billboard is compiling and updating a list of free concerts on a variety of platforms.

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