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50 Interactive Web Sites for Virtual Field Trips & Tours

Grade Levels
K - 12th, Homeschool
Formats Included
  • PDF
  • Internet Activities
14 pages
Compatible with Digital Devices
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After receiving 40,000+ downloads of this resource, I decided to update and expand the list from 40+ sites to 50 sites plus a Youtube playlist of 360-degree videos. Additionally, I added more than 10 combined websites, videos, and apps for AR & VR! That's 70 resources total.

UPDATED: Version 7 of this file is now available (August 2021). Broken links were fixed. Outdated Flash-based sites were removed entirely. Please download this file again to enjoy these updates.

Virtual tours and field trips provide students with opportunities they may not get to experience otherwise.

Where else can you "take a trip" to see Sistine Chapel, the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, or the African grasslands -- all in one day?

These tools may also challenge students to think critically about the places they visit. For example, a virtual trip to Pompeii requires students to consider the quality of life in an ancient city. A trip to Chichen Itza will allow them to appreciate and question the Mayas design decisions. Simply, virtual field trips can spark your students' interest and motivate their learning in a specific content area. 

The following websites are worth considering for virtual field trips. Some are built as all-inclusive virtual trips with text and audio; others provide only imagery which can be adapted to fit the needs of a lesson.

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