BALTIMORE (WJZ) — If you’re going stir crazy and are in need of something to do while practicing safe social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, there are plenty of virtual opportunities to keep yourself entertained from Baltimore area attractions.
The National Aquarium will be streaming several of its exhibits, including Blacktip Reef and Pacific Coral Reef, live on its website.READ MORE: Ocean City Braces For Car Enthusiasts, Traffic Impacts At H20i Rally
The Maryland Zoo is also offering animal lovers a virtual experience of its exhibits.
You can check out the penguin cam, lion cam, giraffe cam, flamingo cam and goat corral cam on the Zoo’s website.
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The Walters Art Museum also has an online collection of work to browse.READ MORE: Who's Eligible? Maryland Authorizes Pfizer Booster Shots For Vulnerable Adults In Coronavirus Fight
The Baltimore Museum of Art has expanded its digital resources to continue offering unique art experiences for virtual visitors quarantined or self-isolating at home.
The museum’s newest digital assets include Virtual Gallery Walks, BMA Stories and Free Family Sundays at Home, a weekly family art project.
You can access this virtual experience by clicking here.
You can find thousands of artworks from around the world and across the centuries with detailed information about each piece.MORE NEWS: Ex-Hyattsville Police Officer Gets Jail Time For Flashing Gun At Teens