Although we can’t travel right now, there are more ways than ever to explore the world from home. Luckily, virtual travel to Washington DC is no exception: I’ve discovered more than 150 ways for you to experience the U.S. capital from home.
Looking for ways to keep travel-loving kids busy in-between trips? Travel the world virtually, no passport needed! Get resources for online museums, virtual field trips, wildlife live feeds, kid-friendly travel documentaries, game ideas, and links for travel-related learning and play at home.
Take a virtual aquarium field trip with the best ocean and sealife webcams from around the world! Perfect for homeschooling, ocean-lovers, and a moment of zen.
Need a vacation, but just can’t travel right now? Check out these activities for things to do when you can’t travel! From virtual travel tours to reflecting on past trips, free online courses, travel books, and finding some zen, I’ve got tons of great tips for in-between trips.
Every city is beautiful in spring, but I can’t help but think that spring in Washington, D.C. is something extra special. Besides the cherry blossoms that bloom in the Tidal Basin and National Mall, there are so many other lovely places to see flowers throughout the...