You Can Go On A Virtual Field Trip To 11 Popular Atlanta Locations From Your Couch
Indoor adventures are waiting.
Atlanta is home to some pretty popular attractions that tourists and locals both love. Since it's right in the middle of spring and no one can enjoy these destinations, an initiative has been put together to fix this issue. You can virtually explore Atlanta museums and popular spots for free right from your couch with this new online organization.
ATL Museums At Home launched today, April 3, and it's changing the way people can view the hottest Atlanta attractions from home.
Eleven organizations have come together to make this happen and it's completely free to participate in.
Bringing happiness and excitement to uplift people during this uneasy time is the goal of this group, according to the official website.
Each week a different organization will be featured. Viewers will be able to go on a virtual field trip to explore the different exhibits of the.
The participating locations include the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta History Center, Breman Museum, Children's Museum of Atlanta, College Football Hall of Fame, Fernbank Museum,, High Museum of Art, Michael C. Carlos Museum, National Center for Civil and Human Rights and .
Those watching will see exclusive behind-the-scenes experiments, encounters and be able to do interactive activities.
If you feel like you've been out of school for way too long, you'll be able to partake in a few educational activities each organization has on their website.
You can even make this into a date night while video chatting with your boo thing in quarantine. If you're missing your friend group, this is also a great way to "get out" and explore these spots together.
ATL Museums At Home
Why You Need To Watch: Each week, you'll get to explore these popular Atlanta destinations while never leaving your home.