Travel Virtually with These Online Activities This Weekend

Lockdown may have confined us to our homes, but we can still enjoy our weekend; why not travel to one of these virtual events from the comfort of your own home?


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01 May 2020

Lockdown may have confined us to our homes, but we can still enjoy our weekend; why not travel to one of these virtual events from the comfort of your own home?

Lockdown may have confined us to our homes, but we can still enjoy our weekend; why not travel to one of these virtual events from the comfort of your own home?  

 

Passenger - Isolation Sunday Live Stream  

Every Sunday – 7:00pm  

Travel to a virtual concert featuring English Singer-Songwriter Michael David Rosenberg, better known as Passenger. Sit back, relax, and listen to his acoustic songs every Sunday. The livestream will take place on his YouTube Channel 

 

Online Museums   

Any Day/ Any Time  

Take a trip to one of the many museums that have went virtual this weekend; view exquisite art from the comfort of your couch. From the Van Gough Museum in Amsterdam, to the Acropolis Museum in Greece, there is a museum for everyone to travel to virtually. Click Here to visit the list of museums.  

 

National Theatre at Home: Frankenstein 

Available Until 7th of May, 7:00 PM  

Why not take an online trip to the theatre. Watch Danny Boyle's monster hit Frankenstein with Benedict Cumberbatch as the creature and Jonny Lee Miller as Victor Frankenstein. Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein’s bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the increasingly desperate and vengeful Creature determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. Click Here to watch.  

 

De Morgan Collection, Canon Hall, Virtual 360° Tour  

Any Day/ Any Time  

Explore the De Morgan Collection of Art in Canon Hall from a first-person perspective virtual tour where you control where to go. Find exciting videos and info as you explore and have the quintessential museum experience. Click Here to start the tour.  

 

We hope you enjoy your internet travels this weekend, and if you wish to find out more about travel, please consider our Travel and Tourism courses

 

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