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Register for Virtual Tours, Online Classes

Let’s stay connected virtually during these days at home. Local attractions are offering virtual tours for viewers at home to watch, ask questions, and enjoy some fun at-home activities. Don’t miss out on the live streams from local musicians to fill that live music void we’re all experiencing.

  • Adventure Aquarium: Enjoy daily storytimes with Adventure Aquarium animals! Coloring book images available to print out as a fun at-home activity.
  • Diggerland: “The Daily Dig” Mon., Wed. & Fri. at 1:30 PM EST on Facebook Live. Rain or shine, they have another great educational live video for you.
  • Battleship New Jersey: Check out daily panorama room tours! You can also purchase an American Flag to fly over the Battleship and help the Battleship! To purchase your Flag to fly above the Battleship, visit
  • #Haddonfieldvirusyear: Haddonfield Historical Society is cataloging Virus Stories for historic records. Learn how you can participate by clicking the hashtag link!
  • Cape May Zoo Virtual Tour: The Park & Zoo may be closed but they are bringing the ZOO-to-YOU! New videos posted Monday through Friday at 11:30 AM.
  • Virtual Sustainability Summit: In place of the June 12th Sustainability Summit in Holmdel, Sustainable NJ has developed four weeks of FREE virtual “Summit-like” content, including online educational sessions, social “happy hours,” and 30-minute talks on a variety of topics. Register today! *Begins April 20th*
  • Salem County Arts in Bloom: Join in for a Virtual Tour on May 16 and 17. Artists will share videos of their work and discuss what inspires them. More details about the Virtual Tour will be shared on Facebook and on their web site,, in early May.
  • 4-H From Home: Offering interactive lessons on varying topics such as healthy living, STEM, civic engagement, the arts and more. Webinars will happen Tuesdays and Thursday from 3-4 p.m. using Zoom video conferencing for Middle School age youth.
  • Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge: Meet some of the amazing animals, enjoy yoga classes, and fun how-to activities! Donate to help keep the refuge operating here.
  • #CollingswoodConnectsThursdays at 6PM! Every Thursday we will feature a class or tutorial from our local businesses, experts and performers that our whole community can enjoy together.Tune in every week for a new class or seminar!
  • Voorhees Online Gallery Exhibit: Enjoy what local artists have to offer with a diverse gallery of submitted artwork. The theme of the art changes weekly and you can submit artwork of your own here.

Virtual Concerts

  • Rancocas Virtual Open Mic Night: Live virtual shows on Thursday nights from 7-10pm via @creekcafemarket‘s Instagram live stream. Give them a follow to get notification’s when they go live!
  • The Music Barn: The Music Barn will be hosting a series of FREE Virtual Concerts for the duration of this quarantine we find ourselves in.
  • Human Village Brewing Co is supporting local musicians by sharing their live streams on their Facebook page! You can check out past streams there as well.
  • Perkins Center for the Arts: KeepingArtsAlive on Perkins YouTube! From Perkins’ Coffee & Classics concerts to drawing and painting tutorials, Perkins instructors are eager to connect with the community. Visit, SUBSCRIBE, enjoy, & share back!

Do you know of any events or virtual fun that should be added to the list? Please email [email protected] with all the details.