Virtual Tours from Around the World and Attractions, Events & Activities In & Around Los Angeles

As things are starting to open up we have worked to find activities both virtual and in-person. In Southern California and beyond.

March 2023 – Things to See and Do

Festival De Primavera March  – They Anaheim Marketplace is hosting its spring festival from the 2nd-5th of March they promise live music, vendors carnival rides, and more!  Admission is free but you can reserve a spot if you like

13th Annual Glendora Wine Walk and Beer Fest – Support local businesses in Glendora for this stroll down the boulevard on the evening of March 11th. Tickets are for sale from local shops or via Eventbrite

Are you are looking for Green Beer?  The Santa Monica “Kiss me I’m Irish” Saint Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl should not disappoint. But pace yourselves though St. Patty’s Day is Friday this year this is a 2-day event is happening Friday the 17th AND Saturday the 18th. More information can be found at

Want to check out Monrovia, California? A great time to visit is for the Friday night street Fair and Market.

Interested in a Flea Market? There are several held regularly in the City of Pasadena. The Rose Bowl Flea Market is a once-monthly ticketed event:  Pasadena Community College also has a monthly market. This one is free:

Live steam tours and experiences from all over the world with Heygo. I was just made aware of this website myself. Let me know what you think.

Have you ever wanted to check out Machu Picchu? Here is your chance without the travel time, the hike at altitude, or the Inca toilets (it is a thing…happy to share my experience offline):

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is now open in Los Angeles. The focus of the museum is on the art and history of movie-making. There will be permit exhibits and monthly programs. Check out their calendar to find out about all the current happenings:

Fancy a trip to Greece? Here is an opportunity to check out the Benaki Museum located in Greece they have an impressive collection of European and Asian artwork dating back to prehistoric times. You can wander through the galleries on the free 360 degree tours.

Frida Kahlo Museum in Mexico City is known as the Casa Azul (The Blue House) is the home she lived in for many years and created many of her masterpieces there. This website lets you take a virtual tour of the house, learn more about the artist and her art.

I had the opportunity to travel to Italy in 2019. While I had an opportunity to see many amazing locations in person this view of the Sistine Chapel is one that you can get in-person on a normal visit because of the crowds and restrictions:

I love National Parks and when things open up more I have a few on the Southwest I am looking forward to checking out. In the meantime, the park service has put together this website to get more information about National Parks across the country to add to your list. Click here to check out the website


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