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Many attractions may still be closed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still give them a tour (virtually, that is)!

  • View the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York through these six short 360° view videos. Once you’ve taken the tour, head over to the MetKids section and hop into the Time Machine to learn more about the galleries and displays that The Met has to offer.
  • San Diego Zoo is one of the largest zoo’s in the United States and offers sanctuary for a variety of animals. Head over to their website for live cams of baboons, elephants, pandas, and more! For more animal resources, visit San Diego Zoo Kids for animals facts, stories, and games.
  • Are you ready to explore Yellowstone National Park? Go on a virtual walk through the various lookout points, falls, and springs with these video tours. You can even learn more about Fort Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs, and the Grand Canyon through photos and fun facts.
  • The Great Wall of China may have been a site that you never thought you would get to see – luckily for you, they have a wonderful 360° virtual tour available online! Enjoy this ancient structure and learn more about the Great Wall all from the comfort of your own home.

If you missed part 1 of our list of virtual field trips, check it out here.

Stay tuned for more resources to help spark kids’ creative learning!

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