Did you know? You can explore some of the top places in Binghamton virtually. While you are hunkered down on your couch or looking for education opportunities for the kids while they are out of school on vacations or the weekend, we have some great choices for you.
Animal Adventure Park
Animal Adventure Park has implemented some great resources to utilize right at home. You can visit the famous April the giraffe’s little ones through the live stream on YouTube. You can also live stream Oliver and Johari on their giraffe cam.
Even though the regular MLB season and minor league season has been postponed, the Rumble Ponies will be tuning up their baseball skills in spring training through MLB The Show 20. Each day, they will provide videos and reports on how the prospects are doing in the popular video game as it gets closer to the roster release. You can experience it for yourself through the link they provide on their website and social media.
Roberson Museum and Science Center
Bring science and discovery right into your home through the online resources that the Roberson Museum and Science Center have located right on their website. Utilize the planetarium at home, educational resources and travel through virtual portals in this scavenger hunt to discover Binghamton.
Ross Park Zoo
Turn your house into a zoo! Ross Park Zoo has added some resources and virtual activities to their website called zooU. From animal crafts, science & wildlife fun to Ross Park Zoo activity sheets and their rpzTV education videos, there is a wide variety of options.
Go back in time and experience the virtual tour of the Bundy Museum campus. Explore history and art virtually on their website and social media. Travel through the various campus spots, 32. Cedar St., Carriage House Annex, Harlow E. Bundy House and Anna Palmer House.