Make Parents’ Day Special With These U.S. Inspired Experiences

Parents’ Day is celebrated throughout the United States as a day to honor the important role of parents and shower them with love and affection. The best gift any parent can ask for is quality time spent with their children. So, here are some at-home, do-it-yourself experiences to celebrate National Parent’s Day in true American fashion. These are guaranteed to make your parents feel special!

Serve Breakfast in Bed
Who doesn’t love waking up to the smell of pancakes? Start the day off right by treating your parents to an American-style breakfast in bed. You can also include eggs, sausage, waffles and bacon, and serve it with a side of coffee, milk, or juice.
Treat your parents to an American-style breakfast

Virtual Museum Tour
Next, take the family on a virtual museum tour at institutions all across the United States. Start your visit in New York City at one of the most famous art museums in the world, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Then, take a tour of the American Museum of Natural History, which has appeared in several Hollywood movies, and boasts a 94-foot blue whale, dinosaur halls, and world-famous dioramas. If that doesn’t provide enough museum-hopping, consider heading over to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts or The Art Institute of Chicago in Illinois and take full advantage of the cultural scene in the USA from the comfort of your home.

The Art Institute of Chicago in Illinois features a notable collection of art and artefacts spanning 5,000 BC to the present

Enjoy a musical evening
End the day by bringing some American musical entertainment into your living room. The world-class Philadelphia Orchestra regularly offers an array of virtual Orchestra experiences online. The Curtis Institute of Music’s exciting Curtis is Here video series on YouTube features favorite or rarely seen performances, uploaded daily and centered around a different weekly theme. With the music performance set, sit back, relax, and unwind!
The Philadelphia Orchestra performing for an audience

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