A Guide to Virtual Tours in San Francisco You Will LOVE

We know that during the pandemic, it has become immensely difficult for people to travel outside their cities, let alone countries. As a result, many trips have been cancelled. However, you can still have the most out of this quarantine lifestyle by enjoying these virtual tours in San Francisco. It is a great way to see San Francisco attractions online and all the famous places in San Francisco. These facilities are provided via a number of institutes that are more than eager to have you on their online trip to San Francisco.

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The Best Virtual Tours In San Francisco

From the absolutely scenic bay to the diverse and lively neighbourhoods, there are a lot of reasons to just LOVE San Francisco and the greater Bay Area. This is my list of the best virtual tours and online trips to help you explore some top attractions and local favourites. Just on this virtual tour bus and follow along with me!

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The California Academy of Sciences

A research institute and natural history museum, the California Academy of Sciences, is one of the most famous buildings that offer a virtual trip to the place. It has several live cams, including Penguin Cams, Reef Lagoon Cam, Philippine Coral Reef Cam, and Farallon Islands Live Webcam.

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These live cams allow you to have an extensive overview of the whole city is just a few minutes. I could literally watch the penguin webcam ALL DAY LONG.

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The San Francisco Zoo

If you want to travel to San Francisco for a visit to the San Francisco Zoo, I got you!. You can have a virtual version of it provided by the California Academy of Sciences. This virtual field trip covers all the animals present at the zoo. It also makes scientific research a more fun thing to do. We know that this quarantine must be hard on your children, so if you want to provide them with an exciting learning experience while staying inside your house, you should take up this virtual tour.

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The Exploratorium

Take your kids out for vacation for a week and they completely forget all they have learned in school. Therefore, during a family trip, you might want to take care of this aspect as well. Keeping this in mind, the Exploratorium is a fantastic source of learning for everyone.

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It provides online educational resources that can be used to make learning even more engaging and fun! You would not believe how much a single resource can teach you if you pay enough attention to it. This needs to be on your list of virtual tours in San Francisco.

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SFO Museum Education Program

During planning for your online trip to San Francisco, do not forget to add the SFO Museum Education Program. This virtual program offers an online curriculum and covers various museum exhibits like A World of Masks: From the Collections of the Phoebe A Hearst Museum of Anthropology, The Intriguing World of Insects (my fave), and several others!

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It can make your days in your house fun as you would look forward to waking up every day to learn more about the museum. Also, you can have a new thing to talk about with your friends. There are so many options for virtual tours in San Francisco.

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Aquarium of the Bay Virtual Visits

If this quarantine has gotten you hooked to the marine life, or if you have been an ocean baby since forever, you should try this Aquarium of the Bay virtual trip out at all costs! It is a great way to see San Francisco attractions online. It is a 45 minutes trip with a professional guide. You take a virtual journey to northern California’s marine and terrestrial lifestyle. You will be thrilled to have a first-hand virtual experience of the wonders held in the ocean.

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So, there you have it. It is your virtual tour guide to San Francisco to enjoy until we can all travel again. There are so many ways that you can enjoy the wonders of San Francisco and the greater Bay Area while sitting at your home.

Let me know if you try any of these fun virtual tours in San Francisco. It is a great way to see San Francisco attractions online safely at home. I am sure that you and your family will enjoy this online trip to San Francisco.

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  1. This place looks so cool, would love to visit someday.

    Posted 3.4.21 Reply
  2. Nikki Wayne wrote:

    I haven’t. But sounds really great. Thanks for sharing.

    Posted 3.5.21 Reply
  3. Krysten Quiles wrote:

    Eek now I know what I’m going to do today!!

    Posted 3.5.21 Reply
  4. I have always wanted to see San Francisco so this is really helpful as I feel like I’m in an actual tour of the city.

    Posted 3.5.21 Reply
  5. omg that is so so awesome! I love San Francisco so much…Thank you so much for the tool, it is great.

    Posted 3.5.21 Reply
  6. Kuntala Bhattacharya wrote:

    Love this, remembering my tour to San Francisco. The golden bridge still reflects in front of my eyes.

    Posted 3.5.21 Reply
  7. They look awesome in photos, but really, though I love virtual museums, the more I long to see them personally.

    Posted 3.6.21 Reply