With COVID-19 circulating the world, it’s left most of us stuck at home and with plenty of time on our hands. There’s only so many Seinfeld reruns you can watch before venturing out to something else. Well luckily there are things online than ever to kill the self-isolation boredom.
Museums have started offering free virtual tours, HBO is offering 500 hours of free content, Harvard just released 67 courses for free, the Georgia Aquarium put up live webcam feeds, and now national parks have their own virtual tours.
Albeit, some of these were in place before the Coronavirus hit, but they’re still a great time killer, and a great way to keep your mind from getting fried. Here’s the 5 national parks that are offering free virtual tours.
Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska (visit)
Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii (visit)
Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico (visit)
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah (visit)
Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida (visit)
Or you can visit the homepage of the Google Art & Culture page, which has links directly to each one of these national parks and their tours.