Amazing virtual tours you can take right from your couch
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Amazing virtual tours you can take right from your couch

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It can be really hard to stay busy during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you've already run out of things to do, some amazing virtual tours might do the trick. Watch today's 5 to Know for more on how to see the world when you're stuck at home! For links to full virtual tours, see below. 

On 5 to Know: You can experience The Louvre Museum right from your couch. If U.S. history is more your thing, you can tour many of the Smithsonian's facilities and exhibits. Check out London's Medieval Murder Map if macabre is your style. Another tour if spooky is more your style, now you can check out Winchester Mystery House on its website. For both kids and adults, explore all the wonders of the ocean right from your living room thanks to Monterey Bay Aquarium's live cams. 

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