Google Arts & Culture Culture is an incredible resource that brings the world's greatest museums, art galleries, and cultural institutions to your desktop computer or mobile device. The access to treasures provided by this tool is truly staggering.
Google Earth maps the Earth by superimposing satellite images, aerial photography, and GIS data onto a 3D globe, allowing users to see cities and landscapes from various angles and providing unparalleled opportunities for us to understand and appreciate our planet. Creation tools make it possible to curate digital tours.
A special collaboration between The British Museum and Google, this site allows you to view history on a timeline through the lens of five different big idea themes. Best experienced on a desktop computer.
Walk the halls and galleries of one of the most popular museums in the world. visitors can take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum, and are able to get close-up views of particular objects or exhibit panels.
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam houses the largest collection of artworks by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) in the world. In addition to viewing all his masterpieces, the museum offers special online exhibits on van Gogh's life.
Go inside the official residence of The Queen. Buckingham Palace has been the focus of many historical moments of celebration, from Jubilees and weddings to VE Day. It is also a busy working building welcoming tens of thousands of people through its gates each year for Investitures, Garden Parties, Audiences and other events.
It’s a four-day hike through leech-filled jungle to reach Vietnam’s Hang En and Hang Son Doong caves. Now you can explore this natural wonder without getting hot and sweaty thank to an immersive experience from National Geographic.
Walk the Gothic Revival halls of Centre Block on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Google's Street View goes inside, give you access to spaces that are now closed for the next 10 years to undergo extensive rehabilitation renovations.
Commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day and embark on a virtual transatlantic adventure to the sites where D-Day history was made. Guided by student reporters from the United States, England, Canada, and France, this journey will provide insights into the greatest amphibious invasion in history, in only one hour. Virtual Field Trip Guide for Educators available for download.
Join Holocaust survivor Paula Lebovics on a trip to Poland for the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Commemoration to learn about the importance of remembrance and why the past is ever present today. This Virtual Experience will enable students to explore the rich history of Jewish life in Poland before the Holocaust, visit authentic memorial sites, and discuss the consequences of hatred and intolerance.
Throughout World War II, African Americans pursued a Double Victory: one over the Axis abroad and another over discrimination at home. In this 50-minute program, student reporters examine artifacts from The National WWII Museum's special exhibit "Fighting for the Right to Fight". Virtual Field Trip Guide for Educators available for download.
Join The National WWII Museum for a cross-country virtual expedition to discover the science, sites, and stories of the creation of the atomic bomb. Virtual Field Trip Guide for Educators available for download.
Join established and rising human rights defenders for an inspiring conversation about activism. These defenders will share their inspiring stories and answer questions about what sparked their passion for activism and what “speaking truth to power” means to them. Virtual Field Trip Guide for Educators available for download.