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Virtual Field Trips: Individual

Individual Field Trips

Links updated on 4/9/2015

  1. Alaska [and others] in Panorama - 360 degree images of several Rocky Mountain locations.
  2. Albert Einstein: Image and Impact - A tour of Albert Einstein's life.
  3. Ancient Egypt - This British Museum site also has interactive games.
  4. Ancient Stones of Scotland - Ranging from the earliest settlements (dating from about 3500 BC), through the stone circles and standing stones, to the defense towers called brochs, built about 2000 years ago.
  5. Antarctica - Produced by the Center for Astrophysical Research in Antarctica.
  6. A. Pintura: Art Detective - Help solve the mystery of Grandfather's Painting.
  7. Art Safari: An Adventure in Looking - There are no right or wrong answers to the questions. Learn by looking, and have fun!
  8. Around the World in Eighty Clicks - Visit webcams all around the world!
  9. At the Tomb of Tutankhamen - Virtual field trip posted by National Geographic..
  10. British Energy Nature Trail - Explore an imaginary nature park [ uses 360 degree VR ].
  11. The Cave of Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc - Located in the south of France, at Vallon-Pont-d'Arc (Ard?che), the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave is a decorated prehistoric cave which remained intact after the sudden obstruction of its natural entrance right in the middle of the Ice Age.
  12. CIA - Collections and Stories: a (virtual) tour of the CIA’s museum
  13. Dinosaur Tour at the Smithsonian - This virtual tour of the National Museum of Natural History's dinosaurs is just the first step in informing you about our dinosaurs at the Smithsonian Museums.
  14. Earthtrips - A virtual journey into the Earth's history - You may explore by time (period) or by space (locality).
  15. Easter Island - An interactive tour from NOVA.
  16. Egypt Voyager - Seven virtual tours.
  17. Explore London - Over 200 panoramic views are available.
  18. Galaxy Tour - A star-studded turn around the Milky Way and beyond.
  19. Health for Kids provides a virtual tour of How the Body Works .
  20. Historical Tour of the White House - Welcome to our online tour of the White House, the First Family's Home.
  21. Lascaux - a virtual tour of this important cave
  22. Lechuguilla Cave - Take a virtual tour of the Deepest Cave in the US.
  23. Louvre Museum - Explore one of the most famous art museums in the world!
  24. New York Underground - The city?s infrastructure starts just below street level, but it doesn?t stop there.
  25. New Zealand - Caution for users of this slide show: the show runs automatically, don't look for the controls.
  26. Nine Planets - A Multimedia Tour of the Solar System.
  27. Oregon Trail - Learn all about the Oregon Trail from what the settlers carried to the hardships that they faced on their journey.
  28. Particle Adventure - An interactive tour of quarks, neutrinos, antimatter presented by the Particle Data Group of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
  29. Postcards from America - Hitch a ride in their virtual backseat and tour the 50 states in Harvey the RV.
  30. Salem Witch Museum - Find out why this short period in Colonial History is still so interesting to us today.
  31. Scrolls From the Dead Sea : The Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern Scholarship.
  32. St. Michael's Abbey - As you take the virtual tour, look for red spots.
  33. Stonehenge - Take this 360 degree tour of this mysterious site in Great Britain that dates back to 3000 BC.
  34. Supreme Court Building - You may also observe that within some sections of the tour, the cursor may change to a button/hand when you pass over certain "hot spots." This is a signal to click your mouse, transporting you to another section or to a detailed still image.
  35. The Sun - A multimedia tour of our nearest star, "The Sun", which lasts about 20 minutes.
  36. Theban Mapping Project - Investigate a database of information about each tomb, view a compilation of more than 2000 images, interact with models of each tomb, and measure, pan, and zoom over 250 detailed maps, elevations, and sections.
  37. Underground Railroad - Go on a virtual field trip of Underground Railroad sites in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Share the rich history of this colonial town with your students, and explore its integral role in the network used by fugitive slaves during the 1800s.
    1. National Geographic also has a tour of the Underground Railroad.
    2. Teacher Activity Guide from Scholastic Students will travel back to the year 1860 and follow a young slave as he flees a Kentucky plantation for Canada along the Underground Railroad. Along the way, they can read or listen to the runaway slave describe his terrifying journey from slavery to freedom. They'll discover what life was like as a slave, encounter the dangers of the Underground Railroad, meet brave abolitionists who took great risks to help runaways, and compare life in the North and South.
  38. U.S. Capitol Virtual Tour - An interactive, user-friendly, comprehensive and integrated multimedia tour of the U.S. Capitol.
  39. Virtual Solar System by National Geographic - Your chance to discover the wonders of our solar system in a spectacular 3-D environment. Take a fly-by tour of the sun and each planet in its orbit, observe close-up views of the planets, extraterrestrial weather patterns, and more.
  40. Yellowstone National Park -Courtesy of the National Park Service's official Yellowstone web site, we are able to present three QuickTime virtual panoramas -- Tower Fall, Old Faithful, and Canary Springs.

 

 

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