Spring Break is usually a time to take a trip with the kids. This year since you won’t be able to take a trip in person to many locations, here are 10 virtual field trips that you can take from home.

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Mars

Explore the surface of Mars on the Curiosity Rover. As a follow-up to the video, kids can build their own Lego space shuttle and Mars Rover at home.

San Diego Zoo

Take a trip to the San Diego Zoo. They have a bunch of live cams including the Penguin Cam, Koala Cam and the Baboon Cam. Alas, the Pandas went back to China, but you can watch recorded footage of them.

Monterey Bay Aquarium

If your kids love sea animals, the Monterey Bay Aquarium offers live cams in a variety of its tanks. Watch sea otters, sharks, penguins and more.

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The Tundra

Take a virtual field trip to the Tundra with Discovery Education to have a Polar Bears experience.

Yellowstone National Park

Tour some of the main attractions around Yellowstone National Park including Fountain Paint Pot, Fort Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs and more.

Boeing

Take a virtual field trip with Boeing to see how they are working to launch the next space initiatives.

British Museum

Tour the British Museum Kids will love seeing the mummy exhibit.

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Louvre

Take kids on a virtual field trip to the Louvre. They can see Egyptian antiquities, the original moat around the Louvre, and the Decorative Arts gallery.

Great Wall of China

Take kids on a virtual tour of the Great Wall .

National Museum of Natural History

View the different exhibits at the National Museum of Natural History. Kids will like the dinosaur exhibit and the mammals exhibit. Pair with a viewing of the Night at the Museum to bring the museum even more to life or play some dino games at home with this 4-pack of games you can get from the museum store online.

Which of the virtual field trips are you most interested in?