things to do in DFW this week

We know Dallas-Fort Worth has plenty of fun things to see and do but right now, we’re sheltering in place! If you’re bored and dying to get out of the house, why don’t you hop online and see the world through a new lens? Check out our ideas of fun ways to entertain yourself online and off.

Here is our weekly edition of Free & Cheap Things to Do:

TOP PICK

Curiosity Stream

This streaming documentary service is the perfect way to quell your boredom and learn something new! For a limited time, you can get 40% off for 12 whole months! Browse thousands of documentaries like Sacred Spaces, Deep Time History, Classic Cars, and Storm Chaser’s Guide! Annual Memberships regularly start at $20 per month but for a limited time, yours is just $12! They’re also offering monthly subscriptions and discounts on their 4K! Find out more information here.

MORE FREE THINGS TO DO

Visit the Kimbell Museum

The Kimbell Art Museum offers free glimpses of their collections online! You can see some of their most famous pieces without leaving the comfort of your couch. Browse by geography, date, and medium!

Work Out For Free

One of the best things about working out at home is that it doesn’t have to cost you a dime! To keep it interesting, sign up with Wellbeats. The online fitness program is giving free workout access with their app until April 30. Use the code 57a4df63 and workout on the cheap!

Keep Up With Parks & Rec

Plano Parks & Recreation has an active Facebook page where they take you through their weekly activities. Keep up with Park employees with free videos on creative drawing, free workouts, at-home crafts, and more.

Get Filming! 

Get your kids in on the fun by asking them to help you create your own TikTok dance! Youtube the dances and master your moves- you can post your fun family videos on Youtube, TikTok, Dubsmash, and more. You don’t even have to film it, just get moving and learn some new moves!

Memorize the Flu

Not to be panicky, but wouldn’t it be great if your kids took their health seriously? Learn all about the great Flu Epidemic of 1918 with the Dallas Heritage Village. They have articles, historical facts, memes, and more about the flu pandemic on their Facebook page.

Go to Disney World

You can access almost all of Disney World through Google Street View. They have 360 degree views in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the Downtown District, Typhoon Lagoon, and many more exhibits. Use it to plan your next vacation or just out of curiosity!

 

How are you feeling this week? Tell us what kind of activities you’re doing to keep active and entertained. Leave a comment below with more ideas: