Updated: April 16, 2021
By: Kabria Rogers
In the ever evolving reality of a global pandemic, we are finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel! With the sweet smells of spring in the air, we have the choice to visit our arts and cultural spaces virtually and in person. Embrace the convenience of choice and have an experience from the comfort of your home or socially distanced exploration.
Keep it light and enjoy some at home trivia with a twist! Feeling bummed about delayed travel plans but want a fun family experience that offers a bit of home away from home. Join a team and have some trivia fun highlighting the historical gems of London.
Brush up on a bit of local history! Mercer Museum takes you on a sensory tour through their Central Court. You can get an up and personal look at artifacts and hanging objects inside their Doylestown location.
Something new to explore for the kids! Exceed all possible boundaries as you explore a variety of places from Greece to Mesopotamia. Take you pick of places to learn about with Penn Museum’s virtual passport days.
Immerse yourself in a social justice exhibition! African American Museum in partnership with Mural Arts, Art for Justice Fund and National Endowment for the Arts created an online exhibition highlighting the mass incarceration in American using varying art forms to convey this reality.