Here’s how to take a virtual bike ride around Atlanta

Things to do along the Beltline

Missing exploring Atlanta? Now you can take a virtual spin around the city with a series of new videos from the visitor’s bureau.

"Bike and fly through the city's unique neighborhoods to discover what makes Atlanta so pedestrian-friendly," according to a post on the visitor's bureau's website. "Pedal through Downtown's convention district and soar through the trees of Midtown's local parks. Here's a preview of some of the stuff you'll see along the way."

The videos include a tour of downtown and a virtual ride through Buckhead.

You can also take a virtual spin around Midtown and down the Beltline.

Here are some additional ways to explore the city without leaving home: 

Check in with the animals at the Georgia Aquarium: The Georgia Aquarium has web cams that show footage of its beluga whales, sea otters, penguins and more. The streams are available for viewing 8 a.m.-11 p.m. daily.

Take a virtual trip to the park: Since last summer, EarthCam has hosted a live feed of Centennial Olympic Park. While things are looking a little more deserted these days, you can still check it out here.

You can also see EarthCam feeds from places such as Macon, Chicago or Sarasota, Florida.

Check out learning opportunities from Children's Museum of Atlanta: For families with young kids at home, Atlanta's children's museum is offering online programming. Each weekday at 11 a.m., the museum is providing an interactive activity like a song list or book recommendation to help parents provide learning opportunities at home.