Tele-Traveling: Sightseeing in the Age of Self-Quarantine

By Emma

Chances are you’re going to spend a good chunk of time stuck at home for a little while now or in the near future: whether it be due to work-at-home, school, or, in this case, cancelled travel plans. Fortunately, we live in the age of the internet. So while work and school will go on as new-normal, travel will have to adjust in even more ways than before (at least for now!). But have no fear – in this house we hoard links instead of toilet paper, and we have plenty of them. Check out our best advice for seeing the world while weathering through this mess. 

Online Museums

Ok, so you’ve probably at least heard about these ones by now. But have you heard of the VAST QUANTITY of online museum resources available? No? We thought not. Nearly every well-known museum has at least some sort of virtual option on their website. But the most popular include:


At the time this article was written, Florida is only closing their beaches on a case-by-case basis. That doesn’t mean that visiting them is a good idea. Our recommendation? Check out one of the many virtual beaches below:

Walking Tours, Zoos, Live Animal Feeds, and Theme Parks

Ready for some new aged people and animal watching? You don’t even have to worry about the weather!

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