So you love to travel, but you have one reason or another to stay at home right now, this will hit you on both sides of that coin. Whether you would rather avoid the rona-risk, or the pandemic has hit you hard in the wallet, there is still a way to see and experience new things.

I was trolling the web over at TravelOK.com and noticed they've compiled a massive list of museums and attractions that offer virtual experiences. Places rich in history like the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, artsy stuff like the OKC Museum of Art, even the Will Rogers Memorial Museum paying homage to the man responsible for Oklahoma's statehood, "Oklahoma's Favorite Son", the one and only Will Rogers. There's even a virtual experience for the OKC and Tulsa Zoo's all compiled and linked on one central page so you don't have to waste your time trying to find all of these places yourself.

You know what this means? You can explore this great state from the comfort of your, and I'm just guessing here, couch. I want to say recliner, but I'm gonna stick with couch. You could even use TravelOK.com to take a much needed mental break from work while you're still at work. With the world changing so much due to the global pandemic, even a short break from reality into this rich culture and stories of amazing people can turn your day around.

Honestly, if you've never checked out TravelOK.com, it'll find a new home in your favorites folder. If you'd like to take it up a notch, there's an app available too, completely free of course... just search TravelOK in your appstore, download it, and start exploring this great state from wherever you are today.