With most businesses temporarily closing and social distancing becoming our new norm for day-to-day life, several businesses now offer on-line options or free streaming to fill your time. Lego is offering a 30-day challenge, you can take advantage of free yoga at home for 30 days and many museums, zoos, and theatres are all offering streaming options.
Simply watching a never-ending stream of Netflix content maybe isn't the most productive or mentally healthy thing to do with all of this new free time. To keep your mind and hands busy while social distancing and mandated closures are in effect, we have compiled a few of the more engaging activities to pursue.
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Smithsonian Museum Virtual Tour
at Smithsonian Museum of Natural History
The Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History virtual tours allow visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum from their desktop or mobile device.
Florida Aquarium SEA-SPAN
While The Florida Aquarium is closed and kids are home from school and parents are working from home, let us provide you with fun and educational content that the whole family can enjoy.
Google Art Museum Virtual Tour
Explore panoramic views of famous sites in 360˚ Street View tours.
30-Day LEGO Challenge
Are you ready for a LEGO Challenge? Each day is assigned a task, and it’s up to your creativity to complete it!
Amatuer Film Critic Platform
at Theater 2
Since we're all going to be quarantined and spending most of our time watching Netflix, why not voice our opinions on what we're watching?
We Are The Mighty
at We Are The Mighty
While these places have physically closed their doors, many have realized that the need for children's entertainment is at an all-time high, and many have stepped up to offer just that.