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enjoy fun activities like San Diego Museum of Art from your bedroom with these online events! Online Resources for At-Home Entertainment

Online Resources for At-Home Entertainment

Travelers that have a heart for amazing warm weather, stunning beaches, time on the waves and shopping and dining in style have often turned to the captivating city of San Diego, California to curb their cravings. This exciting California locale has long been loved for its laid-back vibe and year-round sunshine that beckons to visitors from near and far. While the arrival of COVID-19 has put much of the city under tight restrictions, locals and those that live outside of San Diego alike can take advantage of a wide variety of online resources to keep connected to the city. The following are a few ideas for entertainment and connectivity during this time of social distancing.

The San Diego Museum of Art Tour

San Diego is an inspiring destination, so it comes as no surprise that it’s also home to an artistic community that’s ever-growing and changing. Those who visit and have a passion for all things creative will inevitably end up at the San Diego Museum of Art at one point or another. While the doors to the museum are currently closed to the public, it’s possible to download the museum’s free app and take a virtual tour of the many works of art housed in this establishment. If you can’t access the app, the tour is also available on the museum’s YouTube page as well as their Facebook page.

Virtual City Tour

San Diego is a sprawling city filled with neighborhoods and landmarks to see and explore. While an in-person visit will likely require a trip and a tour or two to check the must-see destinations off the itinerary, taking a virtual tour of San Diego gets you to everything at your own pace! San Diego 360 Tours welcomes virtual guests to come and explore the city through a street-view portfolio that highlights the most captivating of destinations.

Zoo Cameras

The San Diego Zoo is home to a massive lineup of animals from around the globe and the staff on-site work hard to give the public access to these incredible creatures in the name of wildlife conservation. While the zoo is currently closed, it’s many animals are still enjoying incredible care and their progress and daily routines are available to be viewed by the public via a collection of webcams. Check out what the penguins, baboons, and koalas are up to, just to name a few while you’re at home looking for inspiring moments!

California Calling

While now isn’t the time to travel to California, at La Jolla Vacation Rentals, we’re anxiously awaiting the time when it’s safe to travel once more. When that time comes, we’ll be ready and waiting to welcome you to San Diego and can’t wait to once again creating unforgettable stays for our guests. Contact us today with questions about any of our properties or future travel inquiries.