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Virtual Spring Family Fun Directory

Kids bored at home? Check out these virtual offerings from some of your favorite family hangouts.

Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Even though our doors may be closed, we are creating new ways for you to bring the Carter to your crib! Our new Cooped Up with the Carter video series brings you virtual learning and art-making experiences that anyone can do with supplies you have around your house! Check it out on our YouTube channel, and keep an eye out as we share new episodes through email and social media. #CarterArt

Church Eleven32
This one’s not virtual—check Church Eleven32’s Facebook page for updates before heading to the event. On Saturday April 11th, get ready to go on a fun journey through Church Eleven32’s Easter Egg Factory. Drive through bright hot air balloons, Easter egg chutes and more! Each child present will receive an Easter bag full of candy and have a chance to take a selfie with the Easter Bunny through the car window. The experience begins at 5:30pm so make sure to arrive early so you can get a spot in line!

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Can’t see the garden in person? Experience Dallas Blooms Digitally, presented by IberiaBank. #digitaldallasblooms

Dallas Museum of Art
Our doors may be closed, but your city’s museum is open! Connect with the Dallas Museum of Art online and bring the wonder and discovery of art to your home.

Denton County Office of History and Culture
Our talented friends at Denton County GIS created this website to help us share our 40 For 40 exhibit virtually! Visit Forty Artifacts for Forty Years Part 1 and Part 2.

Explorium Denton Children’s Museum
We provide opportunities for children and their families to learn and play together. Due to the COVID-19 situation, Explorium will be closed until at least April 30. Please follow us on Facebook to get up to date information and hours of operation.

Irving Arts Center
Thursday, April 2, JumpstART (Online) Stories & Art (“To Go”): Story time moves online with take-home craft projects offered for curbside pickup on the first Thursday of the month beginning at 8am. 
Sunday, April 18, Second Sunday Funday (“To Go”): Second Sunday Funday moves online to the third Sunday of April with take-home craft projects offered for curbside pickup.

Log Cabin Village
In support of the City of Fort Worth’s declaration regarding COVID-19, Log Cabin Village will remain closed until further notice and our Grand Reopening Celebration has been postponed. When we have a firm opening date, we’ll post on our website. We look forward to sharing with you a way to experience the past with 19th century activities performed by Log Cabin Village historical interpreters and music by Buttermilk Junction and Bob Sawyer. #backsoonandbetterthanever

Nasher Sculpture Center
Enjoy free activities, games, and art lessons for learners of all ages. Connect with us from home and spark your family’s creativity. Available on our website now. #NasherfromHome

Reunion Tower
Closed until April 30, but you can visit virtually. Plan a future in-person visit to the iconic Reunion Tower GeO-Deck for the best views of Dallas! For dates and times visit ReunionTower.com or call 214/712-7040.

Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Fine Art Gallery
Vetro is a state-of-the-art glassblowing studio and fine art gallery. Vetro offers opportunities for guests to assist in creating their own, unique art glass. We’re offering Virtual Happy Creates—where you choose your colors­, and we’ll design your piece. You can watch a virtual recording of your piece being made!