Keep your Kids Occupied and Entertained with Online Museum Visits
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Normally around this time of year, you would start to see lots of interesting guides on things to do with kids during the summer months. They would be full of brilliant recommendations for festivals, fairs and museums exhibitions that will provide a fun day out for all the family. However, it is still uncertain when we will get those sorts of family days out. On May 11th, Paris’ citizens have started to see the restrictions ease. But, museums and galleries remain closed. Before you give up and assume that you can’t enjoy a museum exhibition in the time of Coronavirus, consider taking a trip online to the Muséosphère.
The Muséosphère is a brilliant website that lets families take a virtual tour of 13 different institutions in the city. So, if kids have a favourite place they like to visit, they just might be able to do so online. This can offer some fun and some culture while they wait for it to open again. The website is very kid-friendly as there are little mascots that act as guides and offer information. There is also the Mission Zigomar feature that helps them to explore themes with enigmas and puzzles. The addition of the 360-degree views of the rooms means you can really pretend to be there in person.
You can use these online tours and tools however you see fit. They can act as a nice break for kids in between school work and chores, or as part of their homeschooling. You can make more of an afternoon of it and pretend you are out on an adventure. You can use the visit to inspire other activities like creative arts and crafts based on what they learn. With so much to see, you should be able to find plenty to keep your kids occupied in the coming months.
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