Bored at home? Here are some museums and parks you can visit virtually

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PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Kids are stuck at home, but some of the live programs available online can provide some entertainment and education. 

The National Constitution Center is holding daily live interactive courses on the Constitution for middle and high school students.  

You can still virtually go to the Philadelphia Museum of Art along with more than 2,500 museums around the world through Google Arts and Culture.

If you prefer the outdoors, visit the national parks through Google, where viewers can take a flight over a volcano in Hawaii Or a horseback ride through Bryce Canyon.

Virtual tours of The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum are on its website along with learning resources for kids K-12, or check out the National Museum of Natural History, which has room-by-room virtual tours of current, permanent, and past exhibits.