Some are free to “visit” while others cost a fee

Originally published on The Denver Post

March marks Women’s History Month and what better time to celebrate than on the heels of Kamala Harris’ confirmation as the first female vice president of the United States.

Don’t feel comfortable visiting a museum in person? No problem. The Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration recently culled a list of virtual exhibits that teachers and families can visit from the comfort of their computers.

Some of the featured exhibits, such as the Virginia Museum of History and Culture’s “Activism in the Suffrage Movement,” are free to peruse. Others, like the “Dirt on Their Skirts” by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, cost a fee.

Here’s your guide to March’s top virtual field trip picks:

“Sign of the Times: Activism in the Suffrage Movement,” presented by Virginia Museum of History and Culture; free

“Women Who Paved the Way: Exploring Women Homesteaders and Suffragists,” presented by Homestead National Historical Park; free

“Where in the World Were They? American Women in WWII,” presented by U.S. Army Women’s Museum; free

“Votes for Women,” presented by Maryland Center for History and Culture; $125

“Women’s History: Dirt on Their Skirts,” presented by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum; $150

“Women War Reporters: How They Wrote World ‘Herstory’ with Author Kerrie Holllihan”presented by Authors on Call; $270-$300