Nearly all the museums in Fort Worth are offering virtual tours, and Visit Fort Worth has gathered up all the links for you in one place.
You may discover places you haven’t been, and certainly you can revisit your favorites.The Artes de la Rose Cultural Center is highlighting “a visual tour of the show ‘Endangered Americas’ with insights by artist Stormie Parker. These beautiful ceramic works depict animals with humanistic expressions to allow the viewer to empathize with their natural struggle as species facing extinction.”
The Sid Richardson Museum is using this time to showcase a different piece of art every day, giving you a chance to spend time with a piece and “the stories behind the masterpieces of Charles Russell and Fredric Remington.”
If you’ve wanted to see the latest show at the Kimbell but haven’t had time, treat yourself now. “Enjoy the Kimbell From Home when you browse the permanent collection and listen to the podcast “The Scholars’ Selection: Masterpieces of Flesh and Blood” from their latest exhibition. ”
And the kids can enjoy the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s “virtual engagements through a new program, Discovery Lab Online. State standards-based content will be presented daily via the Museum’s YouTube Channel: including, hands-on art and science, artifact-based science and history, and live animal demonstrations. ”
There’s lots more to enjoy, so explore the links.