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Virtual Field Trips

Visit some interesting places without ever leaving your desk!
Famous Bridges Of The World
Looking for a compiled list of some of the biggest and best bridges in the world? Click here to see a picture and learn important facts.
Panama Canal
Visit Central America to view one of the greatest engineering marvels of all time, the Panama Canal. To view how the canal works, click on “Transit” and “Operation” to watch the animated video. Also try viewing the link on the left of the homepage entitled “Photo Gallery” to see actual panoramic and historical photographs!
Hoover Dam
One of the largest dams is located on the border of Nevada and Arizona in the USA. Consider reading the historical background and viewing the photos.
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Journey to the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art to see galleries of picture book art by Eric Carle and others.
The Mark Twain House and Museum
Take an online virtural tour of the Mark Twain house! Click on "Map of Floors/Virtual Tour" and then on any room on the floor plan to take the tour!
Historical Tour of the White House
Take a virtual tour of the White House! Explore all the different rooms to find out the importance of each one while learning about the history of the White House!
The Desert Tour
Take this virtual field trip and visit many deserts all around the world! Learn about what makes them deserts and what kinds of plants and animals live there!
Sydney Aquarium: Take a Virtual Tour
Take a virtual tour of exhibits at the Sydney Aquarium! You choose which areas sound interesting to you, just click on where you want to go to begin your trip!
Virtual Egypt
Take this virtual tour of ancient Egypt! Learn about the different stages in Egyptian history and what still remains today!
The Virtual Body
Explore the human body! Head up to the brain, through the heart, and around the skeleton to learn about our bodies!
National Geographic: The Lewis and Clark Journey
Join Lewis and Clark on their journey that Thomas Jefferson sent them on! Follow their path and learn about what happened along the way!
The Virtual Smithsonian
This virtual tour of the Smithsonian is great for anyone interested in the history of the United States. Click on the "Remembering" section of the museum to learn about the Civil War, American inventors, ancient cultures, and the presidents of the United States.