At-Home Tours for Your Senior Loved One

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It hasn’t been easy to stay busy and motivated during COVID-19, where we’re staying home as much as possible to keep our social distance! Fortunately, many businesses and organizations have stepped up to provide us with online services and entertainment.

For example – the virtual tour! Now from the comfort of our couch, we can go online and visit a national park, an art museum, and even breweries! Senior citizens in elderly care especially loving virtual tours as they offer a new form of adventure.

Below is a list of 5 of our favorite virtual tours that your senior loved one will enjoy!

MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art

Take a trip to Manhattan virtually to experience the very best in modern art! The first of its kind, The Modern Museum of Art offers you tours of its paintings, sculpture, film, design, and more! You can virtually view the collections here:

National Parks

Love scenery and nature? Then it’s time to visit one of the national parks! Take your pick thanks to the National Park service. You can even explore historical sites within the parks!

Monterey Bay Aquarium

Monterey Bay Aquarium has something special to offer… They’re live streaming their aquatic wonders so you can hang out with jellyfish, otters, and other sea creatures in real time! And there are TEN live streams to choose from! Access the live streams now here:

San Diego Zoo

Next up, visit the San Diego Zoo with more live streams! Hang out with land animals too, like pandas and polar bears, while they relax and do their thing in their zoo habitats. Watch the animals live here:


Want to travel and see Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England? Now you can with a virtual tour of the pre-historic monument! Stonehenge’s standing stones are each about 13 feet high, 7 feet wide, and weighing around 25 tons!

Need more information about quarantine activities or elderly care information? Feel free to reach out to our experts here at Home Care Assistance! We’re for you and ready to help.

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