Coronavirus Closes DC Museums But Doesn't 'STEM' Online Lessons

WASHINGTON, DC — A number of educational and historical institutions in the nation’s capital exist to educate visitors about topics all around the world: botany, history, science, American history and beyond.

And while most of them are temporarily closed because of the new coronavirus, a litany of them still have online educational tools that can be accessed at any time by anyone with an internet connection.

If your kids are getting antsy, and you’re looking to help them keep learning while they’re stuck at home, these tools just might do the trick.


Smithsonian Game Center

American History Museum

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National Zoo Streaming Cameras

US Capitol and Union Station Live Stream

National Arboretum Bald Eagle Nest Cam

National Museum of the American Indian Live Webcasts

Do you know of other educational tools kids should be accessing during social distancing measures? Let us know in the comments.

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