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TOURS

There are some amazing online tours of famous museums, national parks, zoos, aquariums, theme parks, and even watch a show on stage. Plus you can even watch live concerts or ride a virtual Disney Ride!
Check out these cool links!

Aquariums & Zoos

  • Explore.org Enjoy incredible live streaming cams all over the world! See wildlife, oceans, travel destinations and more! 

  • Head to the Monterey Bay Aquarium through their live stream.

Attractions & Theme Parks

  • Take your kids on virtual rides at Disney parks around the world! Click here.

Concerts & Theatre

  • Our friends at Magical Bridge are offering daily FREE Virtual Streaming Concerts for kids LIVE on their Facebook Page daily at 12pm. Did you miss a show? no problem, you can watch them later, here.

  • Dragon on Demand Redwood City's downtown Dragon Theatre offers a brilliant production of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, produced by Roneet Aliza Rahamim and Max Tachis. ($10 on demand)

  • Did you know you could stream 700 full-length Metropolitan Opera performances on demand? The MET offers a paid online services, but recently offered 20 hours for free. Check their page for deals

  • Check out BroadwayHD featuring a bunch of major Broadway productions. This is a paid service of about $8.99 per month, but you can score a 7 day free trial, just remember to cancel so you don't get charged if you don't want to keep it.

Museum Tours

  • The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University  is providing  Museums from Home, a FREE collection of online exhibitions, archives, and recorded lectures.

National Park Tours

Lists of Ideas

Virtual Vacation

  • Explore.org Enjoy incredible live streaming cams all over the world! See wildlife, oceans, travel destinations and more!
  • Take a Virtual Vacation - Explore the world using Google Earth! Use Street View to see places like you’re actually there.

 


On March 12, 2020, Redwood City declared a local emergency in response to the threat posed by COVID-19. Redwood City is highlighting the services described above that are available in response to the COVID-19 emergency. Redwood City is not responsible for the companies or people providing these services. Please ensure you evaluate the services before using them to confirm they are appropriate for you and your family. Redwood City is not liable for injuries resulting from use of these services. Cal. Govt. Code Sections 8655, 820.2, and 815.2(b).