8 Detroit Attractions Offering Online Tours & Videos 

Self-isolation doesn’t have to keep you from experiencing some of the best attractions that Detroit has to offer. Check out these virtual experiences that are being offered by Detroit attractions, and add them to your #postcoronabucketlist!

Virtual Experiences in Detroit

The Henry Ford

While you currently can’t go into the museum, The Henry Ford Museum’s digital archives are always available online – perfect for parents that are now homeschooling their kids! Build your own curated collection of artifacts, take a virtual visit through the museum and watch their Emmy Award-winning show “Innovation Nation”.

Glass Academy

This hidden gem in Dearborn is posting video demonstrations of their impressive glass blowing, specifically for their 9th Annual Glass Eggstravaganza! They will be posting all their videos to their Facebook page. All glassware featured in the videos will be available for purchase.

Wayne State Theatre & Dance Program

Students, faculty and staff of the Theatre & Dance Program atWayne State University will create readings, songs, stories, improv, stories of the artistic process, tap lessons, dialect work and more through their social media channels. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

Arab American National Museum

The Arab American National Museum in Dearborn is offering virtual tours of the museum, an online archive of their collections and digital access to their special collections.

Detroit’s Science Museum

Detroit’s science museum is a favorite of little ones in the area, and luckily the museum is keeping the learning going through this tricky time. Every weekday at 2:30 p.m. EST, the Michigan Science Center will conduct experiments on Facebook Live. To tune in,  follow them on Facebook.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra

If you’ve never experienced the Detroit Symphony Orchestra live, you’re missing out. Luckily, they have a full archive of their phenomenal performances on their website.

Detroit Institute of Arts

Do you miss wandering around the DIA looking at your favorite pieces? We do. But thankfully you can still view their collection online. Plus, if you follow them on social media, they are showing off their favorite pieces daily with their #MuseumFromHome campaign.

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