While we are all staying indoors during this virus pandemic, there are options for traveling around the Pacific Northwest from the comfort of your own home. Here are some fun live webcams or opportunities to watch artists online. This is when the power of technology can help keep us all connected! We’ll update our list as we discover new ways to travel virtually. We will continue sharing beautiful photos on our Instagram and Facebook pages too. Follow along on our virtual travel show!
Live webcams of their shark tank, otters, and seabirds.
See a 360 degree panoramic view of downtown Seattle and Puget Sound from atop the Space Needle
Virtual walk-throughs of their museum are available on their YouTube channel.
A Seattle-based site offering art performances for free through April.
The museum offers a “Stay at Home with SAM” blog with views of the many interesting works of art in their collection.
The Symphony offers live broadcasts and repeat performances available on their YouTube channel and Facebook. You can sign up to be notified when their next online performance will be.
Watch a webcam feed on Oregon State Park’s YouTube channel and see if you can spot a migrating gray whale! They also have many great short videos to watch for wildlife all over the state.
The Seattle Aquarium has a Harbor Seal Cam with a live feed to watch the always entertaining seals on their YouTube channel.
Oregon Public Broadcasting offers great half hour shows from their long-running Oregon Field Guide program with amazing photography as they head out and explore every corner of the state.
This oldie-but goodie television magazine show out of Seattle explored the backroads of the Northwest with host Grant Goodeve. You can still find short travel videos on their YouTube channel to enjoy.