Because of the pandemic COVID-19, all Ripley’s attractions are temporarily closed. But that hasn’t stopped them from delivering free, family-friendly programs to their visitors through Ripley’s at Home! Ripley’s has created a few ways for their guests to be entertained and even educated virtually, for free, in the comfort of their own homes.
These webpages are where families can watch Ripley’s Aquariums at Home. Audiences can see live feedings, find educational information, view live storytimes, animal spotlights, and more. The educational material is divided into three age groups: pre-k, elementary, and middle school. The other Ripley’s Aquariums that can be viewed are the Smokies penguin cam, the Canada shark cam, and the Myrtle Beach penguin cam.
Explore the wonders of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditoriums at home and learn all about the strange and unusual! For a schedule of live Facebook content, at-home activities, printables, and educational materials, click here: https://t.co/8evCFO1GIV pic.twitter.com/Iy5W37fLuh
— Believe It or Not! (@Ripleys) March 23, 2020
Outside the Odditorium is where viewers can find all the strange and unusual wonders. Like the aquariums, the educational activates are divided into three age groups of pre-k, elementary, and middle school. There you will find coloring pages and education materials. In the video playlist section is where the exhibits in Ripley’s Rarities, Cool Stuff Strange Things, and WTF: Weird True Facts can be seen. There are also daily live streams featuring readings of Moby Dick on toilet paper, Champs & Chumps with Dustyn, Sideshow Slideshow, introductions to the Ripley’s team, and Believe It or Not! Fridge Raid.
Each webpage will be updated regularly throughout the week, adding more lessons and activities for you and your family to enjoy.