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Things to do during pandemic & beyond

Here are some great enrichment, fun, and educational sites to check out during this time. There is something for everyone, at any age. Some of the material on this page is quoted or paraphrased from the website of the Sutton Place Synagogue.

  1. Stream NYC  Broadway shows from home.  Free first week trial, after the first week there is a fee if you wish to continue.
  2. The Metropolitan Opera in New York City is streaming a performance every night at 7:30 pm EST. The recordings then remain available for 20 hours. Click here, then click on “watch now” to see the most recently performed opera. 
  3. View exhibits in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.  From the linked page, you can scroll down and click the exhibit you’d like to view. 
  4. The San Diego Zoo also has both live and pre-recorded videos of their animals.  Scroll all way down the linked page to select the animal you’d like to watch. 
  5. The British Museum in London, England, has a collection of galleries you can view online. Go to the linked page, then click on “Collection”, then “Galleries”. Scroll down just a little and then see where it says “Virtual Galleries”. You can then choose which gallery you’d like to view. 
  6. The Metropolitan Museum of Art has an award-winning series of YouTube videos allowing you to view the incredible architecture within the museum. The project is called The Met 360.
  7.  The Dali Museum in Saint Petersburg, FL, offers virtual tours of its grounds and gallery.
  8. The Louvre in Paris offers virtual tours of some of its galleries.
  9. Monterey Bay Aquarium in California is live-streaming penguins, otters, jellyfish and more. After reaching the linked page, click the Tab that says “ANIMALS”, then on the bottom of the list on the right click “LIVE CAMS”. Here you can select which animal habitat you’d like to observe.  Live cameras are available from 10 am to 10 pm PST daily.
  10. . Candoo Tech provides in-home and remote tech support and training specifically designed to help older adults stay independent, safe and connected.
  11. Broadcasts from the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra
  12. Visit the Albright-Knox collection.
  13. Watch live broadcasts from the National Aquarium.
  14. Take a virtual tour of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
  15. See the Buffalo Science Museum's Virtual Science Fair.
  16. Virtually tour the Israel Museum.
  17. Take a virtual tour of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
  18. Organize a tour of the Jewish Museum of New York.
  19. Learn to knit.
  20. Google Arts and Culture has virtual tours of many famed sites around the world.
  21. Learn to bake challah.
  22. Take a virtual tour of the National Museum of Women in the Arts
  23. See the Learning Resources of the Detroit Institute of the Arts
  24. Virtual event calendar of the Jewish National Fund (JNF)
  25. United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ) online events
  26. Take a course from the Conservative Yeshiva
  27. Jewish National Fund (JNF) online programs
  28. Watch StandWithUs tv
  29. Programs from JewishGen (Jewish Genealogy)
  30. Virtual tour of Dubai
  31. Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs (FJMC) Webinars
  32. Virtual car trip through the USA
  33. List of activities from AAA State of Play
  34. Virtual reality field trips - including the Great Wall of China, the Anne Frank House, the Taj Mahal, and others
  35. Landmarks and National Parks of Wyoming - scroll down the page for most of the links
  36. The Virtual Zoology website has a sizable collection of webcams allowing one to observe a variety of animals.
  37. Wordtips' Explore the World From Anywhere! - fun, educational activities for kids
  38. Environmental Education Virtual Field Trips for Nature Lovers and Others
  39. Learn various Symbols of the USA - flags, seals, coins, monuments
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