Virtual Field Trips Web site is devoted to providing on-line field trips that take you to places that until now you could only dream about, and teach you things you might not otherwise learn.
Virtual Tour of Japan
In addition to the phenomenal spectrum of performers, musicians, and artistic productions which have graced the Kennedy Center over the years, nations from around the world have generously donated priceless artwork, artifacts, and traditional crafts to add to the richness and vitality of America's cultural center. These gifts celebrate the arts, native cultures, and also the memory of the late President and his vision of the future. We hope this tour can present you with a brief glimpse of the beauty, diversity, and grandeur of the Kennedy Center and its treasures.
Learn about the adventures of Genghis Khan and the life of DaVinci by exploring and learning about these famous people. The museum, located in New York, hosts various exhibitions.
View over 250 works by women artists from around the world from the museum's permanent collection. This museum is the only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to recognizing the contributions of women artists.
Founded nearly a millennium ago and expanded upon over the centuries since, the Tower of London has protected, housed, imprisoned and been for many the last sight they saw on Earth. It has been the seat of British government and the living quarters of monarchs ... the site of renown political intrigue, and the repository of the Crown Jewels ... It has housed lions, bears, and (to this day) flightless ravens ... not to mention notorious traitors and framed members of court, lords and ministers, clergymen and knights.
"Explore every nook and cranny of Durham’s 900-year-old cathedral. Brilliant images and extensive notes cover areas such as The Galilee Chapel and St Bede’s Tomb."
This tour is arranged in chronological order and you may begin with the first exhibit Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka and move on to the next exhibit through links at the end of the page. If you only wish to view one exhibit, you can do so.
The U.S. Capitol Virtual Tour -- an interactive, user friendly, comprehensive and integrated multimedia tour of the U.S. Capitol. It includes panorama views and historical information about the rooms of the U.S. Capitol, as well as, information about the objects found in those rooms. This tour will leave you with the feel of an actual visit to the U.S. Capitol and serve to provide a unique
This site includes: White House History and Tours: Past Presidents and First Families, Art in the President's House and Tours and White House for Kids: Helping young people become more active and informed citizens.
Plimoth (Plymouth) Plantation was the first permanent European settlement in southern New England (AD 1620). Today, this area is the site of a living museum, dedicated to recreating 17th - century lifeways in the New World. Plimoth Plantation includes several exhibits: A reconstruction of the 1627 village occupied by the Pilgrims. A reconstruction of Hobbamock's Homesite and the Nye Barn.
This Web page is an adaptation of a simulation produced by Interact. Interact has a variety of history simulations which can be used in
Lower Eastside Tenement Muesum
"Free Land in Oregon!" was one of the first things heard and what probably got the whole thing started. What an opportunity, what a great chance to start over with new land and unlimited possibilities!
One of The Franklin Institute Science Museum's most popular resources, "The Heart" is now available in a "new and improved" version! If you've been to "The Heart" before, visit again and take advantage of the new content areas as well as the new graphics.
This sites contains interactive panoramic movies of facilities operated by the United Space Alliance at the Johnson Space Center in Houston and the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
This museum displays treasures of nature and of humankind. They tell of forces that generate, shape, and sustain natural and cultural diversity. More than a century of careful collecting and research by scientists has resulted in an unsurpassed world collection of more than 120 million natural and cultural objects. Open the door to this collection during your visit to our virtual museum. Visit any exhibit hall and discover the joys of natural history.
This tour lets you see what the technicians and engineers see as they work on a Space Shuttle preparing for launch. The STS-90 Virtual Tour takes you through the Space Shuttle Columbia as it is being prepared for launch in the Orbiter Processing Facility at Kennedy Space Center. Tour in the cockpit, go through the airlock and see the inside of the Neurolab payload.
This award-winning interactive program is part of the "Whole Frog" project. You can interactively dissect a (digitized) frog named Fluffy, make movies, and play the Virtual Frog Builder Game. The interactive Web pages are available in a number of languages.
The mission of the Virtual Tour of the Ear is to: provide educational information about the ear and hearing, and provide quick access to ear and hearing web resources.
This virtual tour of Antarctica includes a tour of the South Pole, New Zealand and McMurdo. Pictures, history and some amazing facts about this "cool" continent.