Virtual Tours Collection
Immerse yourself in the ocean and your national marine sanctuaries without getting wet! 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.
New England Aquarium, Boston Massachusetts
The New England Aquarium is one of the premier visitor attractions in Boston, with over 1.3 million visitors a year, and a major public education resource. Join us for live presentations, new videos, and activities to try from home.
The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks
Anyone can take a virtual tour of some of our most breathtaking National Parks, no matter where you are!
Around the World
India in 360°
Experience with Google Technology Incredible India in 360 degrees, as never seen before. Journey across Hampi, Goa, Delhi and Amritsar, and explore the places and people.
World Destinations in 360°
AirPano is a not-for-profit project focused on high-resolution spherical panorama shots from a bird’s eye view. Every week we publish a new virtual guided tour. Being the largest resource for 360° aerial panoramas in the world – AirPano has already photographed over two hundred most interesting locations on our planet, including North Pole, Antarctica, Mariana Trench, and even the Earth's view from the stratosphere.
Access the World with our in-depth coverage and renowned research!See the World at-large, anytime, anywhere! Check out on their website National Geographic for Kids with a lot of fun, activities, games, and more!
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Washington, United States
The National Museum of Natural History offers digital resources for students, teachers, parents and science-enthusiasts alike. Here are seven ways to deepen your understanding of the world around you while being home.
Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam houses the largest collection of artworks by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) in the world. On this page, you'll find a selection of things to do for young children, school children, the 'just curious' and the 'die hard art lovers'. There is a lot to discover online.
American Museum of Natural History New York, United States