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These days it’s best if we stay at home and enjoy some quality time with our loved ones. But while grownups can handle this social isolation better, kids are anxious and ready for a trip anytime!
That’s why, to keep everybody safe, we’ve found some great virtual Disney tours that will keep your children occupied for some time.
Virtually walking through Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, is the best way to explore the site. Just gather around and press play. For almost 50 minutes in 4K you will get to see the entire Disneyland!
Splash Mountain Front Seat Ride
You’ll have a great time with your kid by embarking on this awesome ride! Just full screen your device, grab your virtual Disney seat belts and dive into the action!
If the above virtual tours were not enough, you can schedule another complete tour with your kid.
Explore the Ocean with Nemo
This underwater experience will make you short of breath. But don’t worry, the blue waters won’t flood your room.
We bet every kid knows the story of Peter Pan and Captain Hook. And we’re also quite sure the will enjoy this ride to Neverland!
Virtual Ride with the Pirates of the Caribbean
One of the most loved rides and a classic attractions involves the famous captain Jack Sparrow. Virtually step in the middle of the adventure and enjoy the chills!
Frozen Ever After – Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven
Which kid, girl or boy, hasn’t loved this ice story? And we bet that they would want to visit this winter kingdom anytime of the year! And why not, when you can always make a virtual tour to Disneyland with your kids.
In this next video you will get to explore the following, within Disneyland: Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, New Orleans Square, Frontierland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Mickey’s Toontown and Tomorrowland. Have fun!
Another great idea is to virtually visit the zoos. This can be an educative experience, spiced with the thrills to see live animals.