Virtual Tours

Now is the time to explore these wonderful places for free.

Art:  Added 5/14/2020
Brought to you from Field Station Dinosaur Derby, Kansas:  Do you want to learn how to draw a dinosaur:  Choose a date:

May 20: 4:00-5:00 P.M.
May 27: 4:00 – 5:00 P.M.

Get out your pencils, crayons, and paper for a series of fun and exciting free LIVE videos with paleoartist, Science Teacher, ZooKeeper, and creator of Prehistoric Beast of the Week, Christopher DiPiazza. Chris will host an hour long, LIVE video every Wednesday in May from 4pm-5pm EST showing you how to draw a dinosaur.

Visit our page each week to vote for your favorite dinosaur then on Wednesday you’ll enjoy a step by step art lesson while learning interesting facts about each one! Fun for all ages.

KANSAS: The video will be at 3pm CDT on the New Jersey Facebook page @jerseysaurus.

Education:  Added 5/14/2020

Scholastic Learn at Home

Scholastic Learn at Home is a 20-day program to keep kids entertained and learning through videos, stories, and problem-solving challenges. The website is divided by age and has enough activities for each group to provide parents with three hours of content each day. That means three hours each day of online reading and activity time, all themed around a special topic area for the day. Day one for first and second graders? Spiders. Get ready for some cute spider drawings for the fridge, folks!

VIRTUAL Theme Parks

SeaWorld Orlando: The virtual tour of Seaworld includes a tour of Discovery Cove and the option to”ride” the steel roller coaster Mako.

Virtual Trips to Zoos and Aquariums



  • Added 5/12/20  National Parks
  • Added 5/12/20 Journey Through  Botanical Gardens:   New York City, Washington, D.C., Portland Japanese Garden, Missouri Botanical Garden, Longwood Gardens, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens