1. Aquariums

Today at 10 a.m the keepers of the New England Aquarium (Boston, USA) will broadcast live from their facilities, which will be closed this month.

They will offer the opportunity to see how some of their animals feed and how they are protected by employees.

The Monterey Bay Aquarium offers web cams of the Aviary, Bay, Jellyfish, and even Penguins. Https://www.montereybayaquarium.org/animals/live-cams

2. Google art project

For lovers of art and culture, this Google project collects images of the most important cultural institutions in the world on the same web page.

Museums, theaters, bookstores or even tours of different parts of the world are part of the collection. But, in addition, there are a series of tours of iconic places in the world, for example, the one that shows great attractions of the planet, such as the Taj Mahal (India), the Tokyo tower (Japan) or the Tikal pyramid (Guatemala).

From the top. https://artsandculture.google.com/

3. New York Metropolitan Opera

If you have never dared with opera, this is your chance. While the closure of this institution lasts, the Met will broadcast replays of Live in HD performances, free of charge, through its digital channels, through the Nightly Met Opera Streams program.

Transmissions will be made for the duration of this closure. Broadcasts start every day at 6:30 p.m. m. Tonight it is the turn of Verdi’s La traviata.

A recommendation: connect early. Servers are saturated https://www.metopera.org/

4. Through the streets of Italy

Through a 3D exploration, without lines or long waits, you can discover the most representative halls of the Vatican Museum, such as the Sistine chapel, the Chiaramonti museum or the Raphael hall.


There is another website that shows the main tourist attractions in the country and, where possible, reconstructs how they might have been originally. It is worth seeing the Roman Colosseum, walking the streets in front of the Palazzo degli Uffizi, stopping at the Bridge of Sighs in Venice or reaching the shops of San Cesareo in Sorrento.https: //www.italyguides.it/en

5. US natural parks USA

The beauty of North American nature is overwhelming, even online. This Google proposal reaches volcanoes in Hawaii, Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, Bryce Canyon in Utah, Alaska Kenai Fjords Park and Dry Tortugas Park in Florida.

It is a narrated interactive tour that goes to the main attractions of each destination and offers the visitor to click to see what’s in the ice crevices or under the ground. Available in English.



6. Palace of Versailles

Representative of 17th century French art, this World Heritage Site can be explored from the screen.

The mirror gallery, gardens and the Versailles path are at your disposal with Google tools. You don’t need glasses or special tools, just a computer.

Different online exhibits are available that explore different aspects of history, such as science and politics of the time, as well as a collection of objects.https: //artsandculture.google.com/partner/palace-of-versailles

7. Berlin Philharmonic

You don’t have to go to the German capital to see the Berliner Philharmoniker and the collection of his best performances.

To enter the virtual events of the Philharmonic you must first register on the website with your information.

You will then receive an email with the confirmation and then, with the word BERLINPHIL, you will have 30 days access to the content. You can enjoy presentations by Iván Fischer, Christian Gerhaher and Gustavo Dudamel, or enter this world if it is unknown to you. http://www.digitalconcerthall.com/en/home

8. Dalí Museum

The life of the enigmatic artist Salvador Dalí was traced by creativity, passion and complexity.

This museum dedicated to his memory, located in Figueres (Spain), has open, in its web version, a selection of rooms that explore his sculptures and paintings.

Visitors will be able to enjoy some of their works and objects exhibited through panoramic images. Advantage: examine the pictures without disturbing other visitors. https://www.salvador-dali.org/en/museums/dali-theatre-museum-in-figueres/visita-virtual/

9. #Togetherathome

Did they canceled any of the concerts you had planned in a destination in the world? This is your opportunity to connect with some world pop star, with a single click and without spending a penny.

Various artists from around the world joined the #togetherathome social media trend to stream their shows, answer some questions, and reach out to their fans. Chris Martin and John Legend have already participated.

#Togetherathome on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

“Several artists from around the world joined the #togetherathome social media trend to stream their shows”

Taken from: https://www.eltiempo.com/vida/viajar/planes-para-hacer-en-casa-en-cuarentena-474508