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Virtual Tours of Famous Museums
Visit international museums and take in some of the world’s most celebrated art.
Explore the Great Outdoors virtually -- inspiration to visit in person!
Grand Canyon, USA
has high-definition 360-degree images for a bird’s eye view of the Red Rocks.
Google Street View Trek
Hike the canyon’s 9.3 mile Bright Angel Trail which zigzags up from the Colorado River to the south rim.
allows you to zoom in/out and click into points of interest like the peaks of Wontons Throne or Angels Window
The Northern Lights
Lights over Lapland
Take a five-minute journey through a series of 360-degree videos. The virtual trip starts in the Icehotel in Abisko national park, northern Sweden, heads into the wilderness on a reindeer sleigh, passing Lake Torneträsk and an Arctic birch forest on the way to a cosy wooden Sami hut at the base of Mount Noulja. A series of time-lapse videos then show the lights dancing overhead in vibrant streaks and arcs of rippling green. It also offers 360-views elsewhere including Iceland
- Gooafoss waterfall; Yamal
- shore of the Barent Sea in Russia; several locations in Norway
, and live webcam in Manitoba, Canada
Hang Sơn Đoòng, Vietnam
A trek the largest cave in the world in 360-degree images and atmospheric sound effects created by National Geographic. Head through light-filled caverns, passing a 70 metre-tall stalagmite called Hand of Dog, and huge sinkhole jungles.
Zhāngjiājiè National Forest Park, China
Take flight around these towering natural columns in an interactive video tour exploring the site, and zoom into high definition 360 degree shots from the sky. The park is also home to an ancient temple from 870AD, the cliffside Bailong glass elevator, and the world’s highest and longest glass bridge. The towering quartz-sandstone pillars were the inspiration for the floating peaks in the Avatar film produced by James Cameron.
The images and text above are from TheGuardian.com, which lists additional virtual adventures. There are also a number of virtual tours available through Google such as the British Museum of the World, Great Wall of China, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Historic Homes, 5 National Parks, and even Mars on the Curiosity Rover.
Virtual Theme Parks
Experience the magic of some of the world's Amusement Parks from the comfort of your couch! Check out these videos to ride Disney World Attractions.