Adult coloring books. Sounds like an oxymoron, right? But in recent years, this tot's activity has become popular among those well past puberty as a way to express creativity and soothe nerves.
Breaking news: Travel is experiencing an uncertain period. Museums and destination marketing organizations alike want folks to keep their cities, parks, countries, and regions in mind until we're all moving again. Just as they have done with free themed Zoom video backgrounds, many of those organizations have posted free coloring pages online.
Get out the crayons and colored pencils! Here are just a few of our favorites, listed in alphabetical order. Some are recent, others have been around for a while. To find even more from museums, visit the resource page created by the New York Academy of Medicine Library, which has collected pages from over 100 museums worldwide.
• British Library, United Kingdom
• Charleston, South Carolina
• Deep Ellum Brewing, Texas
• Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, San Francisco
• Metropolitan Museum, New York City
• Savannah & Tybee Island, Georgia
• Victoria and Albert Museum, United Kingdom
Now the blues can cheer you up. Happy coloring!