Museum @ Home
Bring out your inner-innovator at The Tech, spend a rainy day at Filoli, catch a Jelly Cam at Monterey Bay Aquarium, get into the spirit and take a tour of Winchester Mystery House, enjoy Virtual First Friday Family Nights with Curiodyssey, go purple at the Children’s Discovery Museum – we’ve gathered some unique ways to enjoy a local museum from home.
Curiodyssey invites families to join-in on First Fridays with a virtual Family Night hour on 4/3 and 5/1 from 5:30 to 6:30pm.
Take a calming walk through Filoli Gardens on a rainy spring day. View the video here.
Hold a paper airplane contest and discover which plane flies the best. Share tips on your Zoom Meet-up group! Explore, Play, Discover: Dive into websites, activities, apps, and more at The Exploratorium.
Go to space with NASA: Both Virginia’s Langley Research Center and Ohio’s Glenn Research Center offer online tours for free. Also, you can try some “augmented reality experiences” via The Space Center Houston’s app.
Experience the Winchester Mystery House from the comfort of your home. Enjoy this free Video Access Tour of the Winchester Mystery House for a limited time!
It can be Shark Week every week thanks to live online footage of Monterey Bay’s Habitat exhibit.
Every Wednesday and Saturday, The Children’s Discovery VIRTUAL PURPLE Museum site is updated with new virtual hands-on learning activities based on different activities in the real-life museum.
The Tech Interactive: The 30-minute video available at thetech.org includes a virtual tour of the downtown San Jose science center, hosted by young “Tech Explorers” Rocket and Jianna. It includes interviews with science and tech professionals from places like Stanford University and Adobe showing how the Tech’s lessons are used in their jobs. Middle-schoolers are in the sweet spot age-wise for the video. The only drawback is that the Tech is such a hands-on place, this just makes you wish you were there in person.
The Tech also added several at-home activities like making an inflatable sculpture or designing a roller coaster, as well as links to educational IMAX movies (still cool, even without the Tech’s giant dome). Read more via Mercury News here.
If that’s not enough, travel the world and hit the most iconic museums you can this month! Here are some great ideas from Travel + Leisure and Good Housekeeping.
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