While cultural institutions have been forced to cancel performances and close their doors to the public in the wake of coronavirus, many are now offering online experiences, from gallery tours to nature walks and even music livestreams you can tune into.
We’ve rounded up some of our favourites here:
1. Go for a (virtual) walk
2. Listen to Shakespeare
3. Step into history
4. Watch a sunset
Relax during golden hour by viewing the sunset off the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland.
5. Experience an opera
Head to the opera every night with the Met Opera.
6. Go to the zoo
Get up close and personal with some exotic animals with Edinburgh Zoo’s live animal cams.
7. Learn something new
Take a course in anything from Artificial Intelligence to Creative Thinking to Web Development.
8. Experience space
NASA's free mobile app lets space-enthusiasts virtually step into mission control.
9. Admire art
Explore Paris’s Louvre art gallery to view their world-famous collections online.
10. Dance the night away
Tune into a virtual party and rave night with live DJ’s in a Berlin nightclub.