Explore From Home
Tired of being stuck at home? Check out some of these links to shake up your routine! All activities listed below are free for you to peruse.
No internet? No problem! The library provides WiFi accessible from outside the building as well as computers inside.
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Madison Gas and Electric Company Peregrine Falcon Live Cam watches the nesting box on top of the Blount Generating Station in Madison, Wisconsin.
Lake Onalaska, WI – Mississippi River Flyaway Cam shows you live nature around Lake Onalaska including lots of waterfowl.
Explore Wisconsin pastures and be soothed by cows, goats, sheep, and more grazing and relaxing in their pastures.
The Madison Musem of Contemporary Art offers high-quality virtual tours of several exhibitions.
The Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend, WI offers a Google Maps tour of the museum’s whole interior.
In the World
The Monterey Bay Aquarium in California offers live cams of many of their animals as well as narrated feedings for penguins, sea otters, and leopard sharks.
The San Diego Zoo in California has live cams of many animal enclosures including koalas, condors, tigers, elephants, and more. Pre-recorded footage of pandas is also available.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York partners with Google Arts & Culture to present online exhibits for everyone.
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC offers room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas of the museum
Discovery Education provides virtual field trips with companion guides and hands-on learning activities. Current tours include a history of the White House, the polar bear migration in Manitoba, Canada, and a behind-the-scenes look at the Tech for Global Good Laureates.
Stellarium Web is a realistic planetarium in your web browser! Check out constellations, planets, and more from any location you choose.