Some museums are live-streaming ceremonies to honor veterans and their families. Others have shared digital exhibits that explore US war history.
From mannequins to miniature greenhouses, cafés, bars, and restaurants are all looking for creative ways to reopen safely.
Puerto Rico plans to reopen beaches, restaurants, and other businesses before June but with restrictions like a curfew
Starting May 26, Puerto Rico plans to let people enjoy its beaches, eat at restaurants, and visit hair salons within the hours of a curfew.
Realtor Daniel Oster said he thought putting Bigfoot in the listing's photo gallery "might be fun and make people smile."
Since 1991, Dr. Beach has released a ranking of the top 10 beaches in the US, based on 50 criteria. Here's each winner from the last 29 years.
From 'Starry Night' to 'Sunflowers,' this immersive art exhibit lets you drive through Van Gogh paintings
An immersive exhibit in Toronto, Canada, has switched to a temporary drive-in model so visitors can still experience the art.
Japanese photographer Kazuki Ikeda captured video footage of wild sika deer relaxing by cherry blossom trees at Nara Park in Nara, Japan.
The holiday marks the breaking of the Ramadan fast, where practising Muslims forgo food and drink from sunrise to sunset, for one month.
Despite many places still discouraging nonessential travel, a lot of tourism-reliant economies plan to reopen for business as soon as June 1.
From St. Paul's Cathedral in London to St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City, these holy buildings are also historic architectural feats.
Photos show how cardboard cutouts and sanitation stations are becoming the new normal for sports stadiums around the world
From boxing in Nicaragua to soccer in Germany, athletes are still playing sports, and stadiums are adapting to what may be a new normal.
An NFL player is suing United, alleging a woman sexually assaulted him on a flight and the airline apologized with a $150 voucher
The lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court seeks unspecified damages following allegations of sexual assault, sexual battery and negligence.
If your heart is set on a trip to the world's best diving spots or remote islands, now is the time to start booking.
WalletHub studied over 180 cities using key metrics like walking feasibility and bike access. Plano, Texas, and Boise, Idaho, came top.
Will and Kristin have been living in a 180-square-foot bus for over a year. The couple told Insider their daughter loves the tiny home.
Business and first class travel may be a waste of money right now, but premium tickets are about to become more valuable than ever
Despite the fact tickets may not come with the usual perks, experts believe business and first class will be even more appealing post coronavirus.
From 2000 to 2015, at least 25 people were injured by bison at Yellowstone, 21 of them tourists, most of whom approached the animal.
These frequent flyers told Insider that you should never buy bottled water or alcohol, but should take advantage of some of the duty-free products.
Airlines and airports are rethinking their safety and health regulations to earn passengers' trust and avoid the coronavirus' spread.
Some Chicago residents are saying the facade of Willis Tower, formerly Sears Tower, has the illusion of a disappointed facial expression.
From a cave dwelling overlooking the ocean in Greece to a treehouse in Bali, Airbnb shared the homes people have wish-listed the most since March.
The virtual wave has been programmed into the world's biggest outdoor high-definition screen in Seoul, South Korea.
I had to cancel my beach vacation, so I recreated one in my backyard and it gave me a day of much-needed relaxation
An Insider writer had to cancel her Caribbean trip due to the coronavirus pandemic, so she headed to her backyard instead.
From New York City to San Francisco, cities across the US had different names in the past. Would you live in a city called The Clearing?
Of America's many famous landmarks and natural wonders, its mountain ranges are some of the most beautiful parts of the country.
In The City of Lights' 2,200-year history, Paris has been the stomping grounds of some of the world's most influential thinkers, artists, and poets.
A group of friends escaped to one of Bali's most sought-after villas right before the island went on lockdown
A group of friends spent Bali's Day of Silence in one of the world's most famous Airbnbs. Here's what it was like.
Other new measures designed to limit the spread of the coronavirus include business class meals being served on a tray instead of a table set up.
The holiday marks the breaking of the Ramadan fast, where practicing Muslims forgo food and drink from sunrise to sunset, for one month.
A Maryland restaurant purchased 'bumper tables' that look like giant inner tubes to keep customers 6 feet apart
The "bumper tables" are on wheels, allowing guests to move around the designated area while maintaining a safe distance from others.
A Florida man who tested positive for COVID-19 says he's been stuck on a cruise ship in Italy for 8 weeks
Taylor Grimes says he tested positive for COVID-19 while working for MSC Cruises. Officials won't let him off the ship until he tests negative twice.
I visited these 7 places in Japan both virtually and in real life. Here's how the virtual tours compare to the real thing.
In 2016, an Insider reporter visited Japan. During the coronavirus pandemic, he decided to revisit some of these places virtually.
Some Disney dishes that you can make at home include Dole Whip, caramel apples, churros, and beignets.
McCarran International Airport now has three vending machines that sell everything you need for your flight, from hand sanitizer to reusable masks.
Disney has shared the recipe for its peanut butter and jelly milkshake, and you only need 4 ingredients
The drinks are typically served inside the '50s Prime Time Café at Disney World's Hollywood Studios.
US rivers are crucial sources of food, water, power, and transportation. They also happen to be gorgeous natural wonders.
Some museums are offering 'Moments of Zen' amid the coronavirus pandemic by sharing therapeutic exhibits and artwork on social media
Museums around the world are displaying calming views of art and animals for social media followers who want a break from the coronavirus news cycle.
Cancun and Riviera Maya are reportedly planning to reopen to international tourists by the beginning of June
Some of Mexico's hottest beach areas, including Cancun, Tulum, and Playa del Carmen, could be open to welcome travelers in early summer.
A restaurant in Australia is placing cardboard cutouts at its tables in an attempt to make diners feel more comfortable
Guest "chatter" will also play on the speakers at Five Dock Dining so that visitors don't feel like they're eating in an empty restaurant.
From pink-covered Italian restaurants to ones that are partially underwater — here are some of the most beautiful eateries around the globe.
My hometown of Bozeman shows how that might really play out.
While it won't last forever, the environment is improving in the absence of humans during the pandemic, and the short-term effects are striking.
A restaurant in Thailand placed stuffed pandas at its tables to keep diners company while social distancing
Maison Saigon felt empty after it reopened, so the owner decided to add stuffed pandas to promote social distancing in a creative way.
Young children had to climb down the cliff to go to school each week, descending rickety ladders made of vines and scaling dangerously narrow paths.
Big or small, people around the world are doing good things in these challenging times to make others smile.
More and more animals are in danger of disappearing forever due to various reasons, including loss of habitat and loss of genetic variation.
Thousands usually flock to Stonehenge for the summer solstice, but this year, people from all over the world can take part in a virtual celebration.
Spanish beaches have figured out socially distant sunbathing with roped-off loungers and spots you can book through an app
The local beach in Canet d'en Berenguer is rolling out a mobile app for people to book a morning or afternoon sunbathing slot.
Stunning video footage shows thousands of baby turtles returning to the sea in daylight on a deserted Indian beach
The turtle hatchlings made the journey across the sand during the daytime for the first time in seven years.
30 ways to leave home without actually leaving the couch, from virtual zoo exhibits to museum gallery tours
You can explore a national park, tour a NASA space center, and enjoy art from Picasso and Vincent van Gogh all without leaving home.