Virtual activities give “travel” new meaning by offering opportunities for mini getaways from the comfort of home. Before your in-person visit, enjoy virtual experiences from top Omaha attractions – kind of like "try before you fly (or drive)." So get comfy, relax, and explore Omaha from your screen thanks to a wide range of virtual offerings.
Let the zoo come to you. Zoocams offer exclusive peeks into various exhibits in the zoo’s aquarium. Watch Arctic penguins make a splash, spy on the West Coast sea nettles, and dive into the Indo-Pacific Reef habitat.
Cheers to more zoo fun with a monthly Virtual Conservation Happy Hour. Each month, a different animal is spotlighted, giving guests a unique glimpse into a specific part of the zoo.
The Durham Museum remains committed to serving the history-loving public, and that means making its award-winning educational classes available online. These free exchanges can be accessed on a laptop or mobile device and include pre- and post-program activities. Click here to sign up your family!
Check out The Durham's Facebook page for more interactive activities.
Dance is for everyone! Even though we can’t join together, American Midwest Ballet remains committed to sharing dance through the “Digital Dance Class” series. Lessons are free and open to the public on YouTube and include a variety of styles including ballet, jazz, and tap, as well as classes in fitness and movement so you can keep dancing from the safety of your homes.
KANEKO has launched a global, communal art project called Tessellation: Ritual. Contribute art made in your home and it will eventually become part of a massive mosaic installation displayed in the KANEKO galleries. Learn more at TessellationArt.org
KANEKO is also digging into their archives to celebrate Jun Kaneko’s methodology, art, and innovative ideas. Check out this classic Jun Kaneko documentary.