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Click on the links below for virtual tours, live cams, educational activities, games, and more, provided by a variety of museums, national parks, zoos, and online learning sites.

Activity LinkGrade Level / Age GroupDescription
NAF Curated Virtual Guest Speaker SeriesGrades 9 - 12Viewers will learn more about different career paths, the skills needed to succeed, and other career advice to help them #BeFutureReady.
ABCyaGrades PK - 6Over 400 fun and educational games. Activities are categorized by grade and subject, and cover topics such as multiplication, parts of speech, typing, pattern recognition, and more.
AfricamAll AgesWild life exposure to support learning at home. Watch wild animals in the beautiful African bush live and unscripted. Elephants, lions, leopards, and many more make appearances every day in the remotest of Africa’s locations.
Aquarium of the Pacific Online AcademyAll AgesOn-demand videos and activities for all ages and a schedule of interactive live programs with aquarium educators, from virtual classroom sessions to Pacific Pals puppets.
British Museum - Museum of the WorldAll AgesTravel through time via your mouse or arrow keys via an interactive game brought to you by the British Museum. You can also explore the museum's exhibits at britishmuseum.org
California Science CenterAll AgesWith "Stuck at Home Science", explore, investigate and have fun learning together without leaving home. All activities use easy to find household supplies, and are appropriate for a variety of ages.
Code.orgAll AgesTake a Code Break! Explore tons of home learning resources.
College Campus ToursGrades 7 - 12Campus tours and maps and basic enrollment information of various colleges across the United States.
Colonial WilliamsburgAll AgesDiscover the 18th-century with a virtual visit to Colonial Williamsburg. Follow a virtual tour, do at-home activities, explore collections, and read about influential people from the time period.
Comic-Con Museum@HomeAll AgesExclusive videos, including past events, and new video content created exclusively for the Museum@Home program. Plus an exclusive “Fun Book” series, a regularly scheduled downloadable PDF featuring activity and coloring sheets created by the Comic-Con Museum for various age groups. Celebrate Sherlock Holmes Day by learning how to dust for fingerprints or make your own invisible ink!
Discovering Ancient EgyptGrades 7 - 12Description of hieroglyphic writing, Egyptian numerals, stories of great kings & queens, ancient Egyptian gods, and mummification is covered with diagrams and videos. Explore interactive maps and 3D temples.
Discovery EducationAll AgesOffers free virtual field trips complete with companion guides and hands-on learning activities.
Disney Parks ImagineeringGrades 7 - 12A virtual tour of Walt Disney Imagineering.
Egg Farm Field TripGrades K - 8Virtual field trips to learn about egg production, sustainability, and natural resources. Site has educational games and experiments.
ExploratoriumAll AgesExplore, Play, Discover: Browse an online collection of exhibits, experience at-home activities via "Science Snacks" and "Tinkering at Home", and explore a variety of other online resources for learning at home.
ExploreAll AgesMultiple live cams of nature plus education lessons to support student learning.
Franklin InstituteAll AgesYour brain is always changing. Find out how and why through interactive activities from the award-winning exhibit "Your Brain". Whether you’re connecting brain cells or playing with faces, what you learn will literally change your mind!
Georgia AquariumAll AgesDaily and weekly live streaming events, exhibit live cams, Deep Sea Learning videos with study guides, and much more!
Girls Who CodeGrades 3 - 12Activities released biweekly — some online, some offline, of varying levels of difficulty. Each activity features a woman in tech who pioneered innovative technology.
Golden Gate National Parks ConservancyAll AgesTour park trails and roads and see the views from them using Street View by Google Maps.
Google Arts and CultureAll AgesExplore artwork collections, museums, and locations around the world; learn about art history and influential historical figures; discover art and culture activities to do at home.
Grand Canyon University-Campus ToursGrades 9 - 12Site gives virtual live tours of campus for HS students, as well as live hands-on lessons.
Great Lakes NowGrades 6 - 8Virtual field trip to learn more about the importance of coastal wetlands, the danger of algal blooms, and a deep dive into lake sturgeon. 
Job Corps Virtual ToursAges 16 - 24360 degree views of campuses, classrooms, training workshops, dorms, cafeterias, and other areas of the Job Corps Centers. 
Kennedy Space CenterAll AgesA variety of videos about space, spacecraft, how they're made, and activities you can do at home to learn more about space travel.
LegolandGrades PK - 6Virtual tour of the numerous buildings housed in Legoland
London ZooAll AgesExplore the London Zoo through a virtual tour, as well as "Zoo School" resources for home learning for students ages 3-16.
MarsAll AgesAn interactive 360 degree view of the surface of Mars as recorded by NASA's Curiosity rover.
Metropolitan Museum of Art Virtual TourAll AgesStroll virtually around the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and click on each exhibit to find out more about them.
Metropolitan OperaAll AgesA virtual, global opera summer camp! Watch a free opera stream and participate in activities from home.
Monterey Bay AquariumAll AgesGuided science activities for students in PK-12th grades to support learning at home.
Musée d’OrsayAll AgesSee works from Van Gogh, Monet, and Cezanne, as you take a look around this railway station turned museum.
NASA Space PlaceAll AgesExplore Earth and space through activities, crafts, games, videos, and other interactive content.
NASA STEM at HomeGrades K - 12"STEM at Home" activities range from building foam rockets and cardboard rovers to solving space station emoji puzzles. Parents can also download coloring sheets and books for younger kids.
NatGeo at HomeAll AgesQuizzes, videos, activities, science experiments, and at-home classroom resources.
National Air Force MuseumGrades 7 - 12Guided tour of museum; sections with added podcasts
National Marine Sanctuaries Virtual DivesAll AgesHighlights the amazing habitats, animals, and cultural resources you can find in each national marine sanctuary.
National Museum of African American HistoryAll AgesExplore, learn and engage with the National Museum of African American History and Culture through our numerous digital resources. 
National Naval Aviation MuseumAll AgesAn immersive look at the aircraft and exhibits displayed in honor of the achievements and sacrifices made over a century of Naval Aviation.
National ParksAll AgesGuided tours through Kenai Fjords, Hawai'i Volcanoes, Carlsbad Caverns, Bryce Canyon, and Dry Tortugas National Parks.
National Women’s History MuseumAll AgesOnline resources where you can view and learn about different women in history and what they achieved
National ZooGrades K - 12At home activities for learning about science, the natural world, wildlife, and conservation
New York CityAll AgesExperience New York City in Virtual Reality.
Orlando Virtual ToursAll AgesMultiple guided activities for students in PK-12th grades to support learning at home.
RijksmuseumAll AgesThis famous museum in Amsterdam houses legendary works by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and other Dutch masters.
Ripley's AquariumsAll AgesLive events with Aquarium staff educators, who will be your guide to live feedings, educational encounters, story time, and much more! Discover downloadable animal activities and crafts, or visit live cams from Ripley's different aquariums.
Roman BathsGrades 6 - AdultExplore the Roman Baths through virtual tours, videos, and activities.
Safari at HomeAll AgesJoin us on a virtual safari and explore Asilia’s camps and lodges across Kenya and Tanzania — from the Masai Mara to the Serengeti.
San Diego ZooAll AgesSite includes virtual tours as well as live cams. The website also includes activities and games.
Save The Music FoundationGrades 6 - AdultMusical resources and activities to support arts/music education.
ScratchAges 8 - 16Program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch is designed for ages 8 to 16.
Scratch Jr.Ages 5 - 7With ScratchJr, young children can program their own interactive stories and games. In the process, they learn to solve problems, design projects, and express themselves creatively on the computer.
Smithsonian National Air and Space MuseumAll AgesBring the wonder of Air and Space to life through videos, hands on activities, games, and more. 
Smithsonian Natural History MuseumAll AgesVirtual tours of exhibits, distance learning webinars, and activities for all ages.
Smithsonian Institute Learning LabAll AgesResources, training, and support to assist caregivers, teachers, and students.
Smithsonian Natural History Museum Ocean PortalAll AgesDiscover amazing ocean animals and ecosystems, featuring ocean facts, multimedia, blogs, resources, and more from Smithsonian marine research and collections. The Ocean Portal Educators’ Corner has activities, lessons, and educational resources to bring the ocean to life for students.
Smithsonian Natural History Museum Virtual ToursAll AgesExplore the Natural History Museum through virtual tours.
StellariumAll AgesAn interactive online planetarium. Explore stars, planets, constellations, and galaxies as seen in the night sky above your home or anywhere in the world!
StonehengeAll AgesTake an interactive tour of Stonehenge with a 360 degree view from inside the monument; learn about the history of Stonehenge and how it was built.
Students DiscoverAll AgesScience projects organized into teaching modules for a variety of grade levels designed to teach at home, including downloadable resources.
Smithsonian InstituteAll AgesThe Smithsonian Institution is the world’s largest museum, education, and research complex. Explore vast collections and research surrounding a kaleidoscope of topics—from art to zoology.
The Vatican MuseumAll AgesThe Vatican Museum website has virtual tours including a 360 degree view of the famous Sistine Chapel.
Universal Studios of HollywoodAll AgesExperience the unique and diverse venues at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Van Gogh MuseumAll AgesExplore the world’s largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh.
White House TourAll AgesExplore inside Residence Hall, See all areas inside the oval office.
Windsor CastleAll AgesMultiple activities to support learning about history in England.
WonderopolisAll AgesA place where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages. Each day, they pose an intriguing question—the Wonder of the Day®—and explore it in a variety of ways, such as "Can animals get sunburns?" and "How were rubber bands invented?"
World Virtual ToursAll AgesNarrated 360 degree views of more than 300 places on Earth, including the North Pole, the Antarctic, volcano eruptions, and the stratosphere.
Yellowstone National ParkAll AgesGuided tours of the historic national park
Aquarium of the Pacific Summer Kids ClubAll AgesThe Aquarium of the Pacific offered its Summer Kids Club, which included the existing Online Academy classes bundled with take-home activities, like scavenger hunts, crafts, coloring sheets, and guided explorations of the Aquarium’s exhibit webcams. Live sessions were recorded and are available to access on demand.
360° VR Exploration VideosAll AgesUse a VR headset to explore locations, experience the arts, and even see what it's like to live with synesthesia.
Ice Cream in A BagGrade 2A changing matter experiment designed for second grade students. Make your own ice cream in a bag! It’s a delicious demonstration of how temperature can change matter from a liquid to a solid that students can eat once they finish!
Eco-Footprint CalculatorAll AgesLearn your ecological footprint. How many planets would we need if everyone lived like you/your family? What is your personal Earth Overshoot day? How do you compare to others? Learn how to reduce your eco footprint and how the world can become more energy efficient.
NOVA Labs (PBS)Grades 6 - AdultNOVA Labs is a free digital platform that engages teens and lifelong learners in games and interactives that foster authentic scientific exploration.
Story Time From SpaceGrades K - 6Watch videos of picture books read by astronauts while in space!
Imagineering in a Box (Khan Academy)All AgesThe Imagineering in a Box program covers everything from an overview of engineering software to interactive, hands-on projects that can be done without leaving the house. The program was specifically developed to help kids relate the Disney stories they already love to the skills they’re introduced to in each module.
Make Your Own Instrument!All AgesVisit the Dallas Symphony Orchestra activities page to learn how to create your own instrument using every day materials.
NatGeo KidsAll AgesGames, videos, animal facts, activities, and more!
Education.com Games for KidsGrades PK - 5Play teacher-designed computer games geared toward learning coding, math, reading/writing, and typing.
Education.com ActivitiesGrades PK - 5Download free activities like building a bridge or creating slime. Activities available in a wide variety of subjects.
Education.com Science ProjectsGrades K - 5Why do apples turn brown? How does a compass work? Find science activities that answer these questions and more!
Teach Your Monster to ReadGrades PK - KTeach Your Monster to Read is a series of games designed to help children learn to read.
Art for Kids HubAll AgesVideo art lessons for kids, including how to draw, paint, and fold origami.
Experiments with GoogleAll AgesA website showcasing projects, along with helpful tools and resources, to inspire others to create new experiments. Play with others on a shared digital piano over the internet, find out how well you can lip-sync, play a game where the computer tries to guess what you're drawing, and more! New experiments added every week!
Farm Food 360All AgesTake virtual farm and food tours through dairy farms, pig farms, grain farms, and more.
STEM Careers Coalition - Careers PortalGrades 3 - 12What kind of problems do you want to solve? Explore profiles of people just like you who are using the skills they learned in school to become the kind of problem solvers that make a difference.
Math SnacksGrades 5 - 8Smart educational animations, games, and interactive tools that help mid-school learners better understand math concepts.
How Stuff WorksAll AgesIndulge your curiosity with a source of easy-to-understand answers and explanations of "how stuff works". Explore topics in health, science, tech, culture, animals, and more!
YouTube LearningGrades 7 - 12YouTube Learning is a destination designed to offer teens and adults quality learning content. Here you will find playlists that spark your curiosity, and content ranging in subjects from physics to filmmaking. So, whether you’re studying for a test, want to learn a new skill, or are just curious about the world around you, YouTube Learning has something for you!
Pixar in a BoxGrades 3 - 12Pixar in a Box is a behind-the-scenes look at how Pixar artists do their jobs. You will be able to animate bouncing balls, build a swarm of robots, and make virtual fireworks explode. This collaboration between Pixar Animation Studios and Khan Academy is sponsored by Disney.
Storyline OnlineGrades K - 4Videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Each book includes supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for English-language learners.
The Old Farmer's Almanac for KidsAll AgesFree articles and cool activities to do at home, plus other fun facts about weather, astronomy, gardening, animals, and more!
OLogyGrades K - 5A science website for kids from the American Museum of Natural History. Find games, stories, and hands-on activities in a variety of "ologies", like anthropology, archeology, or microbiology. Find out about fossils, the universe, animals, and much more!
American Museum of Natural HistoryAll AgesExplore virtual field trips and museum collection tours, videos, games, live streams, and more.
ExperimonkeyGrades 2 - 12A fun site for "banan-tastic kids' science experiments, mind-blowing facts, fun games, and more". You can also send in your own science experiments, facts, and more, and, if they're approved, they'll be put on the website for the whole world to see.
Bill Nye Home DemosAll AgesLife, physical, and planetary science experiments to try at home!
Science BobGrades 2 - 12Fun science experiments, plus tons of interesting science facts and other sites to explore.
Science Fun Kids ZoneAll AgesScience experiments you can do at home! Make your own lava lamp, play dough, volcano, snow globe, and more!
Fizzics EducationAll AgesScience experiments using simple, low cost materials, plus trivia and podcasts.
Smithsonian’s National Zoo At-HomeGrades K - 12Videos, self-guided interactive learning, animal webcams, recycling crafts, and just for fun activities. Check back frequently for new activities!
The Wild Side of STEAMGrades 6 - 8Get a glimpse of some un-ZOO-sual careers at the Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute. Meet some of the faces behind saving species and explore the variety of unique careers available in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. Previous webinars are uploaded and available to watch if you miss them live!
Lunch Doodles with Mo WillemsGrades K - 6Draw with Mo Willems, the Kennedy Center Education Artist-in-Residence at Home. Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons, and explore ways of writing and making.
Lemon BatteryGrades 7 - 12Creating a battery from a lemon.
InstructablesAll AgesInstructables is a community for people who like to make things. Come explore, share, and make your next project with us!
My American FarmGrades PK - 5Agriculture-themed online games.
Kennedy Center Virtual Field TripsAll AgesA collection of free music, theater, and dance performances for young people, for the classroom, and for the whole family.
Kennedy Center @ HomeAll AgesFree videos of extraordinary live and on-demand performances and educational activities to do at home, with new releases daily.
Seattle AquariumAll AgesActivities and resources for kids of all ages, parents and teachers, including animal fact sheets, virtual field trips, educational videos, and live cams.
Virtual Farm Field TripsAll AgesVisit real working farms to learn more about the ag industry.
Shedd Aquarium YouTube ChannelAll AgesShedd Aquarium offers a wide array of educational videos.
Shedd AquariumAll Ages(Activities and videos are free, virtual animal encounters require purchase.) Experience the wonders of the aquatic animal world right from your home! Introducing Shedd's new digital online learning center. A space for individuals, families and children who want to look nature in the eye from home. Discover all our digital learning resources in one place! From at-home activities and videos, to virtual animal encounters, to immersive live cam experiences... feel like you are a part of the aquatic animal world, wherever you are in the world!
Ag ClassroomAll AgesTest your ag knowledge, play ag games, find out more about ag careers, take virtual farm tours, and more!
All About BirdsAll AgesLearn about birds, watch live cams, play learning games, and more!
All About Birds - Bird AcademyAll AgesKeep learning with this curated collection of videos and learning games from the Cornell Lab. Available courses require purchase.
KQED Youth Media ChallengesGrades 7 - 12Join a Youth Media Challenge to engage student voice and choice and foster civic engagement. Challenges are open to middle and high school students across the U.S. These standards-aligned projects, for multiple content areas, come with ready-to-use curricular supports for self-directed learning. All student media submissions will be published on the online nationwide showcase.
ConnectEd Day at Work VideosAll AgesCurious what a Robotics Engineer does? Looking for information about the skills necessary to become a Superior Court Judge? Explore Day at Work videos and learn from a variety of professionals - what they do, how they do it, and the path that took them there.
Edge FactorAll AgesDiscover creative careers in Manufacturing, Arts, Media & Entertainment, and Construction!
Road Trip NationGrades 5 - 12A collection of resources including interviews with inspiring professionals from all walks of life, interactive online tools to explore career possibilities, documentaries, and podcasts.
GladeoAll AgesExplore careers in different industries, watch spotlight videos on professionals in a variety of careers, or take a career match quiz to find out where your interests might fit.
Arizona Science CenterAll AgesExplore free online resources supporting learning through science. Check out their library of DIY activities, virtual demonstrations, hands-on tutorials, and more.
Anne Frank House Virtual TourAll AgesTake a look around and discover the Secret Annex where Anne Frank hid for more than two years during World War II and where she wrote her diary.
Louvre MuseumAll AgesTake virtual tours of the museum plus more content specifically for kids.
Spy MuseumAll AgesFun activities and puzzles provided by the Spy Museum, including making your own invisible ink, create a disguise, and learn how to crack coded messages.
Wolf Conservation Center WebcamsAll AgesMultiple webcams to watch "Ambassador" wolves Alawa, Zephyr, and Nikai, and seven elusive packs of critically endangered wolves who live at the WCC. Activity sheets available for download that are geared toward students in grades 2 - 6.
Yosemite Virtual TourAll AgesExplore the park!
Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert HallAll AgesEnjoy video streamed concerts in high definition and with excellent sound. Each season, around 40 concerts are broadcasted live and they can also be viewed at a later date in the concert archive along with hundreds of recordings with all the great artists of classical music, plus documentaries and bonus films.
Carolina Tiger RescueAll AgesFind information about all various big cat and raccoon-relative species, some of the 40 residents that call Carolina Tiger home, plus fun activities to do at home!
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln CenterAll AgesWatch recordings and live streams, as well as a variety of lectures and master classes.
Dali Theatre-MuseumAll AgesTake a virtual tour of the artist Salvador Dali’s museum. Dali himself is buried in the center of the theater’s atrium under an unmarked slab.
Mütter MuseumAll AgesExplore virtual tours, exhibits, and activities from the Mütter Museum, a museum of medical history with preserved collections of anatomical specimens, models, and medical instruments in a 19th-century.
STEM Careers Coalition - At-Home ActivitiesGrades 3 - 12Explore a variety of exciting digital learning explorations that help students put STEM skills into action. Family members can join in as students get hands-on with ready-to-use activities promoting self-guided learning and career success.
Kids Think DesignGrades 3 - 12Learn about different areas of design (fashion, architecture, animation, etc.), "meet" professionals in the fields, and create and share your own design projects.
Next Gen Personal Finance Arcade GamesGrades 9 - 12Free online games around paying for college, budgeting, investing, and more. There is also an interactive library of simulations, graphs, quizzes, and other online interactives, as well as quiz games, accessible through the site's main menu under "Arcade", and a video library of a variety of topics under "Resources".
Constitution FactsGrades 5 - 12See the entire text of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence - and much more! You'll find interesting insights into the men who wrote the Constitution, how it was created, and how the Supreme Court has interpreted the United States Constitution in the two centuries since its creation.
iCivicsGrades 3 - 12Created with middle school in mind but appropriate for grades 3 through 12. Play games and explore other online activities related to civics education. Curriculum units also available for teachers to use.
United States Courts YouTube ChannelGrades 7 - 12Learn about civics topics and initiatives to involve and teach students about the federal courts. Watch programs, learn about the judiciary and how judges prepared to serve on the bench, see career profiles of the different careers available in the judicial system, watch videos about federal cases and people that changed legal history, and more.
Metropolitan Museum of ArtAll AgesExplore virtual events and DIY art projects.
Ocean SchoolGrades 5 - 12Ocean School is a free environmental education resource for students grades 5-12. Inspiring and immersive multimedia resources feature linear and 360˚ videos, VR/AR, interactive media, and hands-on projects and activities offered in English and French.
LearnylandAll AgesA collection of available educational apps on a variety of topics which you can download on iOS or Android.
PBS KidsGrades PK - 6Tons of educational online games in a wide variety of subjects.
PBS Kids Learn at HomeGrades PK - 4At-home learning topics with activities, games, and articles, such as "Things That Grow: Plants and Trees" and "Let's Build! Help Your Child Develop STEM Skills at Home". Designed for kids ages 2 - 8 and to be directed by a parent.
Career GirlsGrades 4 - 12CareerGirls.org is a comprehensive video-based career exploration and readiness tool for girls. Explore different careers and their requirements, take a career interest quiz, do activities, or watch thousands of videos from role models who work in hundreds of careers. Geared toward grades 4 - 8 but high school students can benefit too.
SBC Career Exploration ActivitiesGrades 7 - 12Designed to guide students in the exploration of a variety of careers. These are free, online, student-paced activities. Requires a free Pinterest account to access.
SBC Career Skills ActivitiesGrades 7 - 12Free digital lessons designed to prepare students with the skills needed for college and career success. Requires a free Pinterest account to access.
SBC Career Preparation ActivitiesGrades 7 - 12Learn how to job search, interview, secure an internship, and more. Requires a free Pinterest account to access.
SBC Elementary Career ExplorationGrades 3 - 6Learn about careers and complete career skills activities in a variety of fields. Requires a free Pinterest account to access.
SPARC! Series VideosGrades 7 - 12Watch videos of guest speakers from the "Speakers Present about Real-life Connections" series, designed to encourage students to dream big, presented by Sunnyside High School.
NASA Science - MarsGrades 5 - 12Watch talks about the Mars missions, and hear from NASA engineers and education experts about their paths to NASA, and how internships, clubs, camps, and more can help prepare you for a career in engineering in the "Taking Flight: How Girls Can Grow Up to be Engineers" series.
Disney How To DrawAll AgesLearn how to draw your favorite Disney characters!
Slime in SpaceAll AgesWhat happens when you put slime in SPACE? Without Earth's normal gravity to hold the ooey gooey stuff down, things are about to get weird. Rihana Mungin and Nick Uhas take you to the Slime in Space classroom, with appearances by REAL astronauts and Nickelodeon stars!
The Nature Conservancy Virtual Field TripsGrades 4 - 10Travel the world and explore natural environments. Each virtual field trip contains a video, teacher guide, and student activities.
Interactive ConstitutionGrades 9 - 12Learn about the text, history, and meaning of the U.S. Constitution from leading scholars.
Sơn Đoòng CaveAll AgesTake a virtual 360 tour of one of the world's largest natural caves in Vietnam.
NASA International Space Station TourAll AgesTake a video tour of the International Space Station!
Mount Everest 3D MapAll AgesExplore the tallest mountain in the world and learn about the different routes to the peak.
NASA Glenn Research CenterAll AgesGet an inside look at NASA Glenn Research Center’s facilities.
YouTube Free SchoolGrades K - 6Curated content for children to learn about art, music, science, geography, literature, and more, in an age-appropriate and kid-accessible way.
California State Capitol MuseumAll AgesTake 360 degree tours inside the Capitol.
Google Maps TreksAll AgesUnleash your inner explorer and travel the globe without leaving home. Using street view, interactive maps, and guided audio tours, visit a selection of locations all over the world.
NASA JPL Learning SpaceGrades K - 12Explore the wonder of space exploration from home. Find out how to make rockets, Mars rovers and Moon landers out of materials you have at home.
Exoplanet Travel BureauAll AgesTake a trip outside our solar system! Virtually "tour" discovered exoplanets through 360 degree artist renditions of what the surface of those planets might look like.
Mount Vernon Virtual TourAll AgesTake a virtual, interactive tour of George Washington's Mount Vernon home.
Chabot Space and Science Center's Learning LaunchpadAll AgesExplore and learn more about the Universe and Planet Earth with activities like Build Your Own Rover, videos, and more.
The National World War II MuseumGrades 7 - 12Join the Museum for award-winning interactive webcasts on compelling WWII topics. Take a cross-country tour of historic sites while examining fascinating artifacts and exhibits at The National WWII Museum.
Museum of the American RevolutionGrades 2 - 8In "Beyond the Battlefield: A Virtual Field Trip", go on a behind-the-scenes field trip of the Museum to see real artifacts and documents from the American Revolution, learn the stories of two teenagers who actually served during the Revolutionary War, and see the actual tent that George Washington lived in as he traveled with his soldiers.
Future UGrades 6 - 12Explore the latest engineering, technology, and manufacturing at Boeing with these Virtual Field Trips, including a trip to historic Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, and the ecoAction trip which brings students to various locations around Seattle, Washington, to meet STEM experts who are working on sustainability in the air, on land, in the water, and in the handling and reduction of waste.
AirPanoAll AgesExplore 360 degree photos and narrated videos of locations all over the world.
The National Museum of ComputingAll AgesJourney through the history of modern computing from its very beginnings to the present day in this interactive virtual tour of the museum.
Marineland Dolphin AdventureAll AgesA virtual field trip to Marineland in Florida where you can learn about sea turtles, sharks, and dolphins, and get a behind-the-scenes look at the facility.
TinkergartenGrades PK - 2Try some hands-on, outdoor activities designed for younger learners.
Science News for Students - Cool JobsGrades 7 - 12Explore careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) by reading about professionals in their fields and how they got to where they are.
Doomsday Clock Virtual TourGrades 7 - 12Learn about the significance of the Doomsday Clock and how it has evolved to include risks we face today. Through compelling personal stories, innovative interactive media, and pop culture artifacts, the exhibit takes guests through seven decades of history—from the dawn of the nuclear age to significant policy questions our leaders face today.
PhET Interactive SimulationsGrades 7 - 12PhET provides fun, free, interactive, research-based science and mathematics simulations.
People Not PropertyGrades 7 - 12Watch an interactive documentary about the history of Northern colonial enslavement. It highlights the experiences of enslaved people, exploring history through personal stories.
Challenger Center STEM at HomeGrades 3 - 9STEM at Home is a collection of Challenger Center lessons and activities that can be modified and completed at home. These activities require common household items or products that are readily available online. They're designed for specific grade ranges but can be adapted for all ages.
Try EngineeringGrades K - 12Try your hand at engaging engineering games and learn while having fun! Games cover topics ranging from inventing and coding to environmental and electrical engineering.
PORTS On-Demand ProgramsGrades K-12PORTS (Parks Online Resources for Teachers and Students)® On-Demand Programs are FREE interactive virtual field trips for K-12 students to stay connected to our state's natural, cultural, and historical resources. All PORTS On-Demand Programs are customizable for all grade levels and provide additional teacher resources to prepare for or reflect on your program. PORTS On-Demand Programs are available to teachers and students in their virtual, in-person, and home school classrooms. ***PLEASE NOTE: They ask for a minimum of 10 students per program registration.***

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