A few Toronto Events and Attractions you can visit virtually from the comfort of your own home!
While staying at home and practicing safe social distancing are the best courses of action to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, it doesn’t mean we have to miss out on cultural landmarks and events around Toronto.
#MuseumWithoutWalls at the Aga Khan Museum
Make your way through the Museum Without Walls with thousands of virtual arts and cultural experiences including a 3D virtual tour. Discover what sensational art and experiences are in store for you at the #MuseumWithoutWalls.
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Scenic Safari-Toronto Zoo
Looking to get out of the house for a safe adventure? Now you can with our NEW Toronto Zoo Scenic Safari. Take a tour around the Zoo from the comfort of your own car with your very own Zoo Keeper commentary to learn about animals as you pass through the variety of Zoogeographic areas!
Immerse Van Gogh Exibit
Social Distancing Circles to be Integrated into Immersive van Gogh Experience in Toronto
Continuing to be on the forefront of creativity and innovation during the coronavirus era, organizers of the Immersive van Gogh exhibition, who recently announced the world’s first drive-in exhibition coming to Toronto, have debuted plans to integrate social distancing circles into the immersive digital art experience when it officially opens its doors to visitors on-foot in July. First it was the ‘Gogh by Car,’ and now preparations are underway to allow patrons to ‘Gogh the Distance.’
Take a virtual tour of Toronto
Missing your city? Us too. But don’t worry, you can still feel connected to your city through this aerial, 360° panoramic view of Toronto and explore the city from a whole new perspective.
Watch a comedy show online
It’s important to stay positive during times like this. Toronto’s very own The Corner Comedy Club has brought its shows online to continue to support Toronto’s comedians. Interested in becoming one yourself? The Second City Toronto is also offering classes online.