Chicago attractions offer virtual access amid coronavirus

CHICAGO, IL – Residents of the Chicago area can still enjoy the city’s best attractions while following orders from across the state to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic. You can experience a new “adventure” every day with your phone, computer or tablet, as several museums and attractions in Chicago and around the world offer free access to tours, exhibits and more.

You can check who’s open for virtual business by simply going to your favorite attraction’s website, or better yet, let Google Arts & Culture search for you. Thanks to this platform, you can search for your favorite spots, find out what is “Nearby” or “Explore”.

Other area attractions offer daily events and updates, including the Field Museum’s “Experience the Field at Home” activities for all ages, and frequent tweets on the Museum’s Twitter page. Sue the dinosaur.

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Be sure to follow the Brookfield Zoo’s “Bring The Zoo To You” weekday show, from 11 am CST Monday through Friday on the zoo’s Facebook page.

Email details of family friendly virtual activities taking place in Chicago area locations to [email protected]

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