Local Museums and Venues with Virtual Tours and Programs
Though the coronavirus closed down museums and performing arts spaces in Philadelphia, South Jersey and Delaware, many have virtual access to their collections and programs that are both entertaining and educational.
The coronavirus outbreak has led to the closure of museums, performance spaces and other institutions families and teachers rely on to educate children about arts and culture. Luckily, thanks to the resources listed below, you can explore these attractions and engage in learning activities from the comfort of your home.
Collection is available to view online.
Virtual tour delves into the story behind the stars and stripes, told through sights and sounds of the 18th century.
In addition to a virtual tour, three art activity booklets are available to download.
A virtual tour goes inside the Kimmel Center and the adjacent Academy of Music and Merriam Theater.
Adjecent venues offer online exhibits on Bucks County history.
View the bucolic gardens on a virtual tour.
View 180-plus objects in the collection, as well as 60 high-definition artworks.
Take a virtual gallery tour or field trip, check out an archive of Read the Revolution book exceprts, and view a digitized collection of art and artifacts.
Explore the venue's quirkly, colorful outdoor space on a virtual tour.
The orchestra performed Beethoven Now: Symphonies 5 & 6 to an empty Verizon Hall on March 12. The concert is now available to view in its entirety.
Offers daily live "constitutional conversations" for middle school, high school and college students students. Sessions are available through Zoom. It also plans to expand its Classroom Exchanges program, where middle and high school students connect to learn about the Constitution.
Embark on 360-degree virtual tours of Pennsylvania Railroad steam locomotives, a Lehigh Valley Railroad boxcar, Pullman Club restaurant and sleep cars, and others.
Staff and community members lead lessons and rehersals that are uploaded to its social media channels.