Virtual Field Trips (Updated Weekly)
Virtual Trip Guide Guía de viaje virtual
Nature Works Everywhere
The Nature Conservancy offers 11 virtual field trips that allow students to do everything from exploring a coastal rainforest to the secrets of coral reefs. Each video is about 45 minutes long.
the Screen Actors Guild Foundation’s Storyline Online famous actors read fabulous children’s books in a somewhat virtual storytime. There are some minor animation elements of the original book illustrations and the readings are awesome. Who could go past Betty White reading Harry the Dirty Dog!
Content aligned to national & state standards but flexible to support relevant curriculum.
Safari guides through the Singita Sabi Sand conservation in South Africa. Singita is the Shangaan word for ‘Place of Miracles’. In the spirit of miracles, Singita’s enduring purpose is to conserve, preserve, and protect the miraculous places of which we are custodians.
Arts & Culture
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
The National Museum of Natural History’s virtual experiences are self-guided, room-by-room tours of permanent, current, and past exhibits. Make sure to send kids to the second floor Bone Hall so they can take a look at all different kinds of skeletons.
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
features virtual tours of America’s greatest national parks — including Big Bend and the Guadalupe Mountains in Texas.
DSO Kids Club from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra full of videos, music puzzles, information about upcoming Dallas Symphony events.
How about an adventure sailing through Antarctica?
Download the Google Expeditions app for more than 900 different virtual reality experiences, including a NASA mission to Jupiter and a look at Mount Everest.
Explore Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site and learn about Lincoln’s assassination and the aftermath.
All the world's a stage...Step inside some of the most beautiful theaters, concert halls, and opera houses in the world and experience the grandeur and drama of these iconic venues.
The Louvre is the world's largest museum and houses one of the most impressive art collections in history. The magnificent, baroque-style palace and museum — LeMusée du Louvre in French — sits along the banks of the Seine River in Paris.
This virtual field trip of Ellis Island comes with tons of educational resources.
7 Gorgeous International Train Trips That You Can Virtually Experience.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities invites users to virtually tour five historic sites, adding to the range of online adventures that you can now embark on from home.
Narrated by Smithsonian Distinguished Scholar Richard Kurin, the 24-part video series blends history with modern mainstays
Colonial Williamsburg is the world’s largest living history museum. Over 300 acres feature more than 40 historic sites and trades, four historic taverns, and two world-class art museums.
Kids aged 4-14 years and up can learn about our government, how laws are made and elections work, Ben Franklin's life, and the importance of historical documents; and play related games.
Boeing and Discovery Education are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with the ecoAction Virtual Field Trip. Students will investigate the themes of air, land, water, and waste as they explore how they can do their part to improve the environment.