Virtual Tours of Famous Places
The Acropolis of Athens is one of the most famous ancient archaeological sites in the world. Located on a limestone hill high above Athens, Greece, the Acropolis has been inhabited since prehistoric times.
Explore the wonders of Angkor, Cambodia, where thousand-year-old temples lie hidden in the jungle.
Immerse yourself in the sites of Colonial Williamsburg. Explore in 360 degrees, and be sure to click or tap on icons for more information.
Take a virtual field trip to learn more about the importance of coastal wetlands, the danger of algal blooms and a deep dive into lake sturgeon.
France’s most famous museum offers four virtual tours: The Advent of the Artist, Egyptian Antiquities, Remains of the Louvre’s Moat and Galerie d’Apollon.
See the Lost City of the Incas in Peru. The tour also includes a voiceover guide that explains Machu Picchu’s history and architecture.
The largest tourism attraction in the State of Maryland, the aquarium holds more than 2,200,000 gallons of water and has more than 17,000 specimens representing over 750 species.
Discover constitutional history from the conflicts of the Civil War to the vision and ambition of Alexander Hamilton.
Listed for the past 30 years as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Palace of Versailles constitutes one of the finest achievements of French art of the 17th century.
The Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, and Raphael’s Room, are just some of the sites you can see on the Vatican’s virtual tour.
These virtual reality voyages use 360-degree images to highlight the amazing habitats, animals, and cultural resources you can find in each national marine sanctuary.
Welome to Stellarium Web, an online planetarium running in your web browser based on the open source Stellarium Web Engine project.
The Virtual Rainforest is an educational website whose goal is to teach students about tropical rainforests. It focuses on the rainforests of the Americas.