Google and the British Museum collaborated to create an amazing, interactive site that you can use to go back in time, and explore the museum’s collections from all over the world. It’s an incredibly interactive experience, and you can decide which theme to explore, and which time period interests you more. On a related note,Continue reading “Museum of the World – Tour the British Museum with Google”
Why settle for Earth-bound tours when you can roam around Mars. Google and NASA collaborated to create the Access Mars: A WebVR Experiment experience so you can visit the red planet. You can even use self-isolation as part of your pretend trip to Mars. You can find loads of images, and other information from theContinue reading “Access Mars with Google”
Yellowstone National Park is a pretty spectacular national park in the United States. I’ve never visited in person, and I’m grateful for the wealth of content available online. The park also offers virtual tours, too. Although not necessarily in one of the tours, this video should give you a taste of what to expect: ImageContinue reading “Virtual Tours of Yellowstone National Park”
The Smithsonian Institute released a huge collection of resources through its Smithsonian Open Access initiative. It’s a remarkable collection of images, and other media. This is well worth exploring.
Google shared their list of 10 Top Museums You Can Explore Right Here, Right Now that kids can explore virtually. This is a great way for kids to explore all of these museum collections without leaving home. You can find more virtual museum tours here, too: 12 Museums From Around the World That You CanContinue reading “Virtual Museum Tours”