While you may be stuck separated from your favorite arts, culture, establishments and entertainment, here are a few distinctly downtown experiences that you can enjoy while staying safe and self-quarantining.
Tour COSI’s American Museum of Natural History Dinosaur exhibit and explore the prehistoric creatures and their modern-day relatives. Entertaining and educational? Win, Win.
Virtual Tour of the Columbus Museum of Art
If you’ve always wanted to explore the one and only Columbus Museum of Art, you can whet your appetite by taking a virtual tour with the Streetlight Guild’s Scott Woods. Then make a point to see it in living color at a later date.
Facial Box from Oasis Face Bar
Treat yourself to some self-care from the Oasis Face Bar. For $25 (plus $5 shipping) you can get a box that includes sample-size products for two at-home facials and a jade roller. We can already feel the worry rolling away.
Live-streamed workouts from Seven Studios
Get your sweat on while social distancing thanks to live-streamed classes from Seven Studios. You’ll get emailed a link to flow or flex wherever floats your boat.
This annual marketplace is a can’t-miss event, but with a slight change in venue: a computer near you. Check out the virtual marketplace packed with goods from local makers and artists.
Dance the day away with BalletMet
Take a mental break from your quarantine to-do list with mini classes and crafts from BalletMet. Pas de bourrée your way on over to their YouTube channel to improve your moves and your mood.
Stories of Service from Veterans Virtually
Looking to add a hint of history to your distance learning? The National Veterans Memorial and Museum is bringing Veterans’ stories of service to you virtually.
Online Art Collection from the Greater Columbus Convention Center
A curated and eclectic mix of works from colorful comics to stark sketches can be found inside the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Now you can take a virtual stroll through the collection.