Museums are (virtually) Open!

Some of the highlights of any school year is field trips. With so many kids learning remotely many of our local museums have taken travel out of the equation. Even better you can visit faraway museums that you would never have been able to reach on a day trip in your school bus. (Unless it was the Magic School Bus!). Best yet, no need to pack a lunch. 

Seattle's Museum of Popular Culture (MoPOP), also knows as EMP, is focusing on ways to provide resources for teachers and parents, during this time of COVID. 

If you haven't visited the Burke Museum in recent months you are missing out. In late 2019 they rebuilt and expanded their physical space with a focus on Northwest Native Art and natural history, yes we mean dinosaurs!

Stay Home with SAM, The Seattle Art Museum, where they’re sharing art activities for all ages, videos, interviews, art news, and more to keep you connected to art.

Pacific Science Center is live on Facebook and YouTube throughout the week! Meet some animals, caretakers, educators, and scientists in the community. They give instructions on some fun experiments to try at home!

Imagine Children's Museum in Everett shares regular Little Science Lab videos on their YouTube channel. Perfect for the little scientist in your home. Members enjoy access to more online content like Family Trivia Night and Sensory Adventures for children with autism or other sensory processing disorders. 

If nature is your thing, Islandwood Environmental Center on Bainbridge Island teaches about local fauna and flora with Phenology Friday videos on their YouTube channel. 

The Smithsonian Institution offers eight digital education resources to explore as a family.

Enjoy a virtual visit of the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, right from home. 

The British Museum offers its Museum of the World: History Connected super cool 3D timeline. 

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