Virtual Field Trips

    • 360 Cities - This website has panoramic views from Mars to views of the Martin Luther King Memorial from Washington, DC.
    • Panoramas from the Seven Wonders of the World - Information about each along with panoramic views that zoom. Includes the Colosseum in Rome, The Great Wall in China, Petra in Jordan, The Taj Mahal in India, Machu Picchu in Peru Christ Redeemer in Rio, and Chichén Itzá in Mexico.
    • Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History - a panoramic virtual tour inside the Museum. Explore every aspect of the museum! The visitor can navigate from room to room by clicking map locations or by following blue arrow links on the floor that connect the rooms. 
    • Mt. St. Helens - view the volcano crater over the years, get panoramic views, compare old and new views of crater.
    • Virtual Field Trips - a sampling from Teachers Network.org. Click here for a list of trips available.
    • Google Cultural Institute - from Google. Journey through the world of performing arts and watch the world's greatest performers come to life in 360 degrees.
    • Ten of the Best Virtual Field Trips from eSchool News. Includes Arctic Adventure, Global Trek, Google Lit Trip, Hershey's Factory, Le Louvre, Mt. Everest, Museum of Natural History, Panoramas of the World, Space, and Inside the White House.
    • 'Teaching Today' Field Trips Go Virtual - from Glencoe/McGraw Hill. Includes Smithsonian, Library of Congress, Exploratorium, White House, U.S. Capitol, Fibonacci Sequence, John Muir Exhibit
    • Get Outta Class Virtual Field Trips from Education World - John Muir Exhibit, Secrets of Easter Island, Explore the Estuary, the JASON Project, Reach the World, Polar Husky.
    • A Teacher's Ultimate Destination for Virtual Field Trips from Education Database Online - Teachers can take their students on field trips across the country and around the world. They can explore everything from a Jet Propulsion Laboratory to the Inca Trail to Ellis Island through interactive tours. Trips are grouped by the subjects of History, U.S. States, National Parks, Foreign Countries, Fine Arts, Earth Science, Science, Language Arts, Animals, and Entertainment. Click here to see the list of trips available!
    • Interactive Tour of the Solar System from Nine Planets.
    • Carolina Navigators Virtual Presentations - These presentations were created for Carolina Navigators, a program of the Center for Global Initiatives that enriches the education of both UNC and K-12 students through engaged international learning. Click here for the list of titles.
    • The Teacher's Guide to Virtual Field Trips of Museums and Exhibits: Click here to see a list of what's available.
    • Click here for links to great MATH sources from the Math Forum at Drexel Teacher's Place.
    • Virtual Tours - Travel Around the World - from Techtrekers.
    • Arounder - Visit 100+ of the world's top destinations and attractions!