We have selected ten of our favourite virtual tours and exhibitions from across the globe, which can be linked to subjects, helping support your teaching during these unprecedented times.
Smithsonian, Washington DC
Explore Smithsonian’s national collections, showcasing art from across the globe, 3D collections of the cultural world and scientific case studies. Highlights include a 3.5 billion-year-old fossil and an interactive 3D model of the Apollo lunar landing module.
Uffizi Gallery, Florence
Explore the vast art collections of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, which houses world famous artworks from the Italian Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Acropolis Museum, Athens
Go on a virtual walking tour of the Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece, using Google Street View. This online collection also showcases a wide variety of the archaeological museum’s most famous artefacts.
Imperial War Museum, London
View the Imperial War Museum’s vast online exhibitions which help’s students explore the causes of war and its impact on people’s lives. Notable mentions include its collections about the invasion of Normandy and the liberation of Bergen-Belsen.
Natural History Museum, London
Explore the Natural History Museum’s vast online collections and navigate the galleries in 360 degrees using Google Street View. Highlights include ‘Butterflies and Moths: Life Written on Wings’ and ‘Unearthed: Life Recorded in Fossils’.
Andy Warhol Exhibition at Tate Modern, London
Join Tate curators as they go on a virtual tour and discuss Andy Warhol’s latest exhibition and his intriguing life history at the Tate Modern in London.
British Museum, London
This interactive and futuristic virtual tour allows you to learn about the history of Africa, the Americas, Asia, Oceania and Europe, starting from 2,000,000 BC all the way up to modern times.
British Library, London
Explore the literary and creative wonders of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter whilst making your way through this exclusive British Library exhibition.
Royal Shakespeare Company & Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London
Reimagine Shakespeare’s plays and experience performances from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Donmar Warehouse in 360 degrees. This collection also includes facts about Shakespeare’s life history.
Anne Frank’s House, Amsterdam
Learn about Anne’s life throughout World War 2 and about her experiences of being a Jew in hiding during the Holocaust. This virtual exhibit allows you to explore Anne Frank’s original family home using Google Street View.
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