Digital tourism is an interesting hobby, it's fun to explore a place before we visit or find out more about the layout, history, décor and design of a place we would like to visit!
We have researched 5 virtual tours for your to take with your class. They are pretty immersive - it's almost like you are really there!
On our digital tour you can visit Disney World, explore NASA, walk through the Houses of Parliament, marvel at a drawing room in Windsor Castle, and spot the Mona Lisa in the Louvre.
Let's go exploring! #digitaltourism
The Walt Disney World Resort opened in 1971, it covers around 25,000 acres near the Florida cities of Orlando and Kissimmee. Disney World has four theme parks - The Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney's Animal Kingdom and Disney's Hollywood Studios, it also has two water parks, many themed hotels and its own transport system (including a monorail).
Disney World is a fun and exciting place to visit but if you're only in the thinking, planning or dreaming stage then why not take a virtual tour of the park! #disney
Cinderella Castle - Walt Disney World
The Louvre Museum in Paris is the world's most visited museum with almost 3 million visitors annually. The Louvre opened in 1793 with its famous glass pyramid added in 1988. There are over 400,000 objects, paintings and sculptures at the Louvre, the most famous of which are Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa, and the Venus de Milo which was sculpted over 2000 years ago by Alexandros of Antioch.
Avoid the crowds and the travel and take a virtual tour of the Louvre using the link below. #louvre
The Louvre Museum - Paris
House of Parliament
The Houses of Parliament is the seat of the UK government. The House of Commons is where MPs and the Prime Minister debate issues and bills - it is known for its green benches. The House of Lords is the upper house of the UK parliament where peers discuss and scrutinise government bills - it is known for it red benches.
If you're in London you can visit the Houses of Parliament - officially known as the Palace of Westminster. If you're not in London you can take a virtual stroll and see the corridors, chambers and rooms of the Palace of Westminster. #housesofparliament
The Houses of Parliament - London
NASA stands for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA was launched (pardon the pun) in 1958 with an aim to discover more about space, our solar system and to investigate whether humans could travel into space. In 1969, NASA sent Apollo 11 to the moon and astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first people to step on the moon. Today, scientists at NASA continue to research outer space using telescopes, satellites and space exploration. They are also one of the space agencies who support the International Space Station. #NASA
You can virtually explore NASA's laboratories and space centres from the comfort of your own classroom!
Rocket lift off - NASA
Windsor Castle is a royal residence in the English town of Windsor, Berkshire. The castle is just over 20 miles away from Buckingham Palace in London.
There has been a castle at Windsor since the 11th century and over the centuries the castle has been expanded and renovated. It was the main residence of Queen Elizabeth II in the last years of her life. #windsorcastle
The castle is open to visitors throughout the year, but if you can't make it to Windsor you can take a virtual tour of the Waterloo Chamber, the Crimson Drawing Room and the State Banquet Room.
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We hope you enjoyed your virtual trip and that the tours have been inspirational for some future IRL holidays!
If you want to find out more about some of these places we have fully researched and planned packs just waiting for you to download and teach, click the pics below to visit our website and find out more!