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Virtual Field Trip Ideas

Virtual field trips enable us to take our students to places that are not accessible by bus. Imagine your class exploring the International Space Station, viewing the Great Pyramid of Giza, or having a one-on-one conversation with a favorite author. All of these places can be accessed via virtual field trips. The fact is that virtual trips are very engaging and fun and are free. Read on to find out seven virtual field trips for your class. 

Hidden World of National Parks

This site can be accessed through Google Arts and Culture and take participants to explore some of the world’s most beautiful places. The places include Dry Tortugas, Bryce Canyon, Carlsbad Caverns, Hawaii Volcanoes, and Kenai Fjords.

Stages around the World 360 Tour

Explore the eleven dramatic virtual tour sites such as opera houses, concert halls, and beautiful theatres. Some of the wonderful trips you will take include the Sydney Opera House, the Colosseum in Rome, and a host of others.

Hall of North America Mammals

This virtual field trip is best suited for students in grades 3 – 5. This trip explores how animals acclimate to their environment for survival. Another great thing is that the field trip features student worksheets, a teacher’s guide, and extension activities.

Hall of Planet Earth

This virtual field trip was designed by the American Museum of Natural History and is suitable for students in grades 6 – 8. This trip explores how plate tectonics showcases specific Earth formations.

Butterfly Conservatory

This virtual field trip takes kids via a 360 video as they check through the butterflies and compare their patterns. Note that this is an ideal trip for K-2.

Access Mars

If you want to find out how the surface of Mars looks like, it is time to find out! Explore the surface of Mars in all degrees as featured by NASA’s Curiosity rover.

Great Wall of China Tour

Explore one of the fantastic structures in the world without leaving the comfort of your classroom. The free version also features four 360 scenes emanating from then China Guide.

Check out these seven virtual field trip ideas and explore the areas to have a fulfilling experience. Another great thing is that you don’t have to pay to access these virtual tours.