Even as various excursion venues begin to look at re-opening, it is still not a time conducive to group outings and travel. However, just because we can’t hop in the Morningside bus and drive to various locales for entertainment, amusement, dining and browsing, doesn’t mean we can’t continue to travel! We just need to look at travel adventures a bit differently by searching for interesting virtual tours on our computers. During the month of April, why not try out some of the links below and travel to places right from your living room? Here is a short list of some interesting places to virtually visit in April:


1. The National Marine Sanctuaries site offers 360-degree views of virtual dives. Explore a network of underwater parks encompassing more than 600,000 square miles of marine and Great Lakes waters. From the thriving kelp forests of Channel Islands to the coral reefs of the Florida Keys, you will be sure to see some amazing underwater treasures.

2. Universal Orlando Resort: The weather is warm in Florida and the crowds as their now opened venues are pretty big. But you can enjoy tours of all the resort’s attractions right from the air-conditioned comfort of your home. Visit this YouTube site to see all the great attractions available at the Universal Orlando Resort including Hagrid’s Magical Creatures ride, the Jurassic World Coaster Ride, and the Incredible Hulk Coaster® Ride.

3. Take an interesting tour of the USS Hornet Sea, Air, and Space Museum via a great virtual tour that you can access through our Touchtown system. Click on the link to see an in-depth virtual tour of the USS Hornet – from the Bridge to the Engine Room.