Grand Canyon: View virtual tours, maps, and photographs through the National Park System’s website.
Machu Picchu: Visit the citadel online through a 360-degree virtual tour, provided by You Visit.
Sistine Chapel: See the Vatican grounds, including the Sistine Chapel, by clicking on arrows to move up, down, left and right throughout each tour. You’ll also be able to zoom in to get a better look at the paintings.
Jerusalem: Experience 360-degree virtual tours of Jerusalem, including The Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Western Wall, Old City markets, Mount of Olives, and much more via Samsung XL.
White House: Google Arts & Culture offers a wide variety of virtual reality tours.
Guggenheim Museum: Google Arts & Culture will lead you through the museum’s multiple floors, highlighting 600 artworks along the way. You’ll be able to zoom in and out and rotate your view 360 degrees.
Natural World in Washington, D.C: The museum’s website showcases a wide variety of exhibits via virtual tours.
The National Park : Virtual tours of Ellis Island, created by Heritage Documentation Programs, and the Statue of Liberty National Monument. Scholastic also has an informative Teacher’s Activity Guide that will allow you to see photos, listen to audio, and learn about Ellis Island on an interactive tour.
Louvre: Immerse yourself in the museum’s galleries and exhibits via virtual reality. See Egyptian antiques, the Louvre’s moat, and, of course, Mona Lisa’s smile. The museum’s website also has a number of videos that you can watch to get a better understanding of the museum’s art. Note: You’ll have to download Flash Player. You Visit also has a great 360-degree virtual reality display of several museum galleries.