virtual tour


Our exclusive Pearl Harbor content on www.usnavymuseums.orgis officially up! Our content includes a new Virtual Tour, historical timeline using oral history transcriptions, original articles, oral history videos, the rare, published proceedings of the 1999 Kimmel Controversy Colloquium, and more! Click on the link to learn more! #PearlHarbor #PearlHarbor75



Our newest video is something a bit different! We created a 360 degree tour of the Solar System, narrated by Crash Course Astronomy host Phil Plait 🚀🌌

(The video is best viewed on an Android device using Google Cardboard​)


Introducing NICKsplorations

Our new web mini-series on YouTube where NICKterns Megan, Megan and Sami take you on a grand tour of the Nick Animation Studio!

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Video: A virtual tour through Niigata gallery

Willing to visit the Takashi Amano’s most famous gallery, but you can’t? 2Fish1Tank makes it easier for you releasing this video of a virtual tour through the gallery. Must watch!

Did you know that the cinematic poster used for Tarsem Singh’sThe Fall’ is actually a painting by Salvador Dali called ‘Face of Mae West Which May Be Used as an Apartment’ done in 1935?
It is even made into an actual room in the Dali Theatre and Museum in Catalonia, Spain.
You can have a virtual tour here:…/teatre-mu…/en_visita-virtual/

Today’s the day! To celebrate FDR’s birthday we are launching our new comprehensive online virtual tour of our permanent museum exhibits.

The virtual tour brings the Roosevelt Library’s exhibits – and associated educational programs – to a significantly expanded audience through an online interactive museum experience. The tour was funded by the Newman’s Own Foundation through a generous grant to the Roosevelt Institute, and was designed by the Dynology Corporation. Explore the virtual tour at:

Chamber of secrets: Historic Scotland launches virtual tour of Maeshowe

Orkney is world-famous for its spectacular Neolithic archaeology, and now visitors from all over the globe will be able to explore one of its most enigmatic monuments, after a new virtual tour of Maeshowe chambered tomb went live today (29 August).

In a video unveiled yesterday by Scotland’s  Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, the structure of the 5,000 year old monument has been recreated using 3D laser-scans carried out by the Scottish Ten project – a collaboration between Historic Scotland, Glasgow School of Art and CyArk, to document Scotland’s five UNESCO World Heritage Sites and five international sites using cutting-edge digital technology. This data will be used to help research and conserve the monuments. Read more.