Video report with interviews from Peter Froggatt, Butterbox Farm, Scott Billings - Digital Engagement Manager, Oxford University Museum of Natural History and The Very Revd Dr Robert Willis - Dean of Canterbury
If you fancy a trip to a farm or a museum then chances are you’ll be able to do it from your front room as visitor attractions take a virtual turn.
Farming from your front room
Just because we’re in lockdown lambing does not stop, their videos on Facebook have been taking thousands of viewers through the process.
In the attraction's virtual online museum you can take a look at the artefacts and admire the building’s structure.
Contemporary Gallery in Hastings
People can book a tour online and be taken round to be shown the exhibits.
At Canterbury Cathedral prayers are being broadcast online to provide support for people during the pandemic.
The Cathedral also has a virtual tour where you can take a good look around the iconic structure and learn and few things too.
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Ride a rollercoaster
If you do and want a thrill then buckle up and brace yourself as Brighton Palace Pier has put up videos of its rollercoasters online.*
*Not ideal if you’re not a fan of heights.**
The jewel in Brighton's crown
You can take virtual tour of the jewel in the city's crown