Begin your Smithsonian adventure by visiting some of the websites
You can take a virtual visit to the National Zoo any day of the week by tuning
into our live web cams, which feature many of the Zoo's animals.
Meet your relatives. Find out what traits you share and who's come and gone over
the past 220 million years.
Activities designed for teens and tweens to explore the connections between nature, the planet, the universe, and
Explore 3D models of specimens from the Museum’s collections and learn how fossils are discovered, unearthed, and preserved.
Help cities predict and prepare for natural disasters in this online game or app.
In this interactive, you too can "read the tree leaves" and tell how high
the temperatures rose.
Learn by doing! Online activities test your knowledge and demonstrate the
principles of aviation and spaceflight.
Learn about invention and innovation. Want to be inventive at home? Try your hand at these fun activities!
Learn about giant deadly hornets, gorgeous fluttering butterflies, and stealthy crawling stink bugs in this interactive e-book.
These ducks need your help! Help them reach tasty treats across the pond, but watch out for obstacles!
Bringing news from across the Universe to children all around the world. Universe Awareness and the Chandra X-ray Observatory.
Ever wonder what it would be like to be a Smithsonian expert? Watch our videos and find out!
Explore fun things to do at home, online, and when you visit!
Learn about the nation's highest office.
After a field trip to the Smithsonian American Art Museum, you are magically
taken to the galleries at night!
The National Postal Museum's website offers a variety
of online activities for kids of all ages!
Follow Ada, the zookeeper, and be on the lookout for animals that are swimming,
running, wiggling, and stomping.
What happens when ocean currents and air masses interact? Find out in Weather Lab!
Lights! Camera! Action! Our movie director needs your help! Help Walrus pick actors based on the traits that best fit the movie role.
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