Family Life, Family Travel

5 Local Attractions and Services to Visit Online

April 7, 2020

Missing your favorite local outings? No worries. See them here online. 

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Audubon Nature Institute

Upon the closure of Audubon’s facilities, the institute’s website has now listed virtual activities in which families can participate. There are quizzes and videos available online where kids can engage with Audubon’s animals, and even “adopt” one! 


Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Despite the temporary closure of the physical museum due to COVID-19, Ogden has now moved completely online with daily events, exhibitions, and even a blog.


Religious Services

For New Orleans’ Catholic population, if the COVID-19 outbreak has squashed your family’s weekly mass attendance, don’t worry. The Archdiocese is now offering online masses. 

The Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans has also initiated a response to COVID-19 to provide resources for families in the GNO. This can be viewed on their website

Steamboat NATCHEZ

Although the Natchez isn’t currently running tours, there is a virtual option for anyone missing the steamboat’s journey along the Mississippi.



Mardi Gras World 

The famous Mardi Gras World is available for a virtual tour online. Enjoy the beautiful floats with a Mardi Gras throwback that still puts social distancing in practice.



Check out all of our previous Daily Survival Guides.

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