Nothing beats the experience of taking in the ballet or wandering through a brand new city. But when much of the world is in isolation, there are still ways to get in on the excitement of cultural institutions and attractions with only a wi-fi connection and a sense of adventure.
From concerts to operas, there are so many ways to get your culture fix without having to leave your house. For example, the Metropolitan Opera House is streaming many of its most popular shows on its website—each night features a different performance.
You can also search for full concert and festival performances from your favorite bands on YouTube, or check out a free 8-day trial of BroadwayHD to see your favorite musicals.
Many museums, large and small, are offering people around the world the opportunity to explore their exhibits—for free—from the comfort of their couches. Some of the most popular ones include the Guggenheim in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
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Disney, Universal, and SeaWorld are all closed right now, but fortunately, all of them offer a number of virtual experiences that will help you pretend that you’re there, enjoying the rides and shows.
For example, Disney Land has uploaded its “Magic Happens” parade to YouTube, and you can enjoy popular Disney World rides like Space Mountain and It’s a Small World.