Visit Philadelphia

From Home

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Alyssa Chiampi

Start here to visit Philadelphia virtually.

Attractions, museums, and historic sites have provided digital access to their institutions for people who prefer or need to remain remain at home and practice social distancing due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). 

All are invited to virtually experience, explore, and enjoy the greater Philadelphia region – safely, from anywhere in the world, by visiting from home.

Stay engaged and get excited for an in-person visit in the future by accessing educational offerings, children's activities, virtual exhibits, interactive "meet-and-greets," and live stream tours.


Virtual Tour
Museum of the American Revolution

Explore the museum from anywhere with a 360-degree, full-immersion virtual tour. Navigate through galleries and zoom in to examine intricate details. Visit Online 

Interactive Constitution
National Constitution Center

Sign up for a free series of live interactive courses, participate in live virtual town halls, and access the Interactive Constitution tool. Visit Online

Penn Museum

Engage with a vast range of digital content, including archival films, lectures, and interactive features, like writing your name in Cuneiform and Hieroglyphs. Visit Online


Glial Cells and Neurons
The Franklin Institute

Start your own neural network, follow your visual pathway, and more with activities from Your Brain, the award-winning exhibit. Visit Online

American Art - Gallery 111, first floorPhiladelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art

View highlighted artists and collectors, or search the online collection database, which features more than 120,000 works of art. Visit Online

George Washington Letter
National Museum of American Jewish History

View an original letter by George Washington about the founding principle of religious freedom. Visit Online