Museums The following are examples of the 36 tours available via Google Arts & Culture ▪ Queensland Museum ▪ The Australian War Memorial ▪ South Australian Maritime Museum ▪ South Australian Museum ▪ Australia Museum
Visual collections The following are examples of the 75 locations (including galleries, museums and more) who have made some/all of their collections available via Google Arts & Culture ▪ National Gallery of Victoria ▪ Art Gallery of South Australia ▪ Australian Football League ▪ The Australian Ballet ▪ SensiLab, Monash University ▪ Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E), Ballarat ▪ Australian Centre for the Moving Image ▪ Geoscience Australia Australia: Great Sporting Land : explore the unifying spirit of Australian sport - from tales to traditions, larrikins to legends The Australasian Virtual Herbarium : Australian and New Zealand herbaria house over eight million plant, algae and fungi specimens. Wilsons Promontory Virtual Herbarium : This virtual herbarium provides access to a significant collection of plant and algal species from Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Virtual Globe - exploring the world online • 360° Videos from Google Arts & Culture • Monterey Bay Aquarium, California exhibits • FarmFood360 : explore Canadian farms and food tours • Tundra Connections : Experience Polar Bears | Virtual Field Trip in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada • Virtual Tour of the Great Wall of China • Tour the Louvre, Paris : currently there are two virtual tours of the Louvre - Egyptian Antiquities and the Remains of the Louvre’s Moat, both of these require Flash to be enabled. There is also a mini tour/information site on the restoration of the Galerie d'Apollon, which also requires Flash. • The British Museum’s Collection Online : There are currently 2,335,338 records available, which represent more than 4,000,000 objects. 1,018,471 records have one or more images. • British Museum via Google Arts & Culture • The Dali Theatre-Museum, Catalonia : By means of this virtual visit, we invite you to take a tour around some of the museum's rooms and see some works and objects exhibited there by means of panoramic pictures. NB: requires Flash to view panoramic images. • Langley Research Centre Virtual Tour (NASA) : click to view the map and then use the markers to visit different locations around Langley. Each marker opens up an information page about the location with a video and (scrolling down) additional information about the area and what happens there. • Glenn Research Center (NASA) : there are 10 virtual tours to take, including the Wind tunnels, Ballistics Impact Lab, the Space Environments Complex, and Zero-G. • The Vatican : seven different 360º tours of museums and other locations within the Vatican • Online exhibits @ the National Women’s History Museum, USA : 29 different online exhibits examining Women’s history in the USA, although I’ve noticed a lack of any mention of First Nations women. • Take me to the Opera : OperaVision has 21 operas from companies across the globe available for you to share with your students. Each thumbnail takes you to the specific performance’s information page where you can view the YouTubeLive video, read up on the cast, the story and insights into the opera. • Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall : if you register before March 31, the Berlin Philharmonic is offering a free 30 day pass to access their digital concert hall.
Virtual Space - explore beyond the exosphere • Access Mars • Innovating the Future Virtual Field Trip : Join Boeing and Discovery Education on a mission to inspire the world through aerospace innovation with an exclusive virtual field trip to historic Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.