Have you dreamed of seeing a Broadway show, walking through the inspiring halls of the Louvre or even visit outer space? This is all possible and COVID safe, from the comfort of your own couch. No TSA security required!
While Broadway shows are shut down, there are many you can stream free for 7 days through BroadwayHD. Take advantage of seeing famous shows like Driving Miss Daisy, the TONY winning opera Street Scene and my personal favorite Kinky Boots.
If you’ve been looking for a good excuse to get out the tux and gown, The Metropolitan Opera House is also streaming nightly performances of some classic and breathtaking operas. They release the schedule weekly and host a live performance each night which is available for streaming for a short time after.
While we’re enjoying a trip to NYC without cab horns, crowds and pigeons darting at your head…don’t miss some of the great NYC museums. MoMA is featuring the Donald Judd exhibit virtually for free. Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art to view Gerhard Richter: Painting After All. Or if you’re more of a modern art buff, head over to the left coast and immerse yourself in Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room—The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away at The Broad.
Are you more of a space cadet, download Google Expeditions and escape to a place no man has gone before. You can view virtual reality tours to The International Space Station, explore other planets through the Exoplanet Exploration (no download necessary on a desktop) or go for a virtual flight with NASA Armstrong.
Is romance is in the air? Light the candles, grab your wine and enjoy the beautiful colors of the Aurora Borealis. The live view is set up at the Churchill Northern Studies Center in Manitoba, Canada, directly underneath the aurora oval and believed to be the best place to view the beautiful site. Winter and early spring are the best time to watch the Northern Lights so don’t miss this opportunity during the perfect time of year!
Want to relive your childhood or finally take the kiddos to Disney…for free? Head over to Disney’s YouTube Page where you can enjoy almost all rides available at their parks, virtually. Or sharpen your pencil and take a drawing class from some of Disney’s most talented artists. Or get on your feet and enjoy the energetic and colorful Magic Happens Parade.