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Virtual Tours of Famous Buildings and Landmarks Around the World

Almost everyone loves to explore new places, from famous buildings to natural wonders and historical sites. But not everyone has the time and money to travel all over the world. Thankfully, as long as you have access to a computer, you can get an up-close look at all sorts of famous places without having to pack a suitcase or buy a plane ticket. By taking a virtual tour, you can learn a lot about different places you might never get to see in person.

Stonehenge

While there’s no shortage of theories about why and how Stonehenge was built in prehistoric England, some people think that it might have been a holy site or an observatory.

The Great Wall of China

China’s Great Wall is one of the world’s most famous feats of engineering, and you can check out 360-degree views of it from a variety of angles here.

Machu Picchu

Visit the heart of the Lost City of the Incas by exploring panoramic views online. The tour also includes a voice-over guide explaining the history and architecture of Machu Picchu.

The Sistine Chapel

Every day, as many as 20,000 people visit the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican. Visit it virtually here, and don’t forget to look up at Michelangelo’s The Last Judgment on the altar wall: The famous fresco took four years to complete!

Buildings of the Acropolis

This virtual tour transports you to the top of a rocky hill above the city of Athens, Greece, where you’ll find several ancient buildings, including the Parthenon.

Buckingham Palace

The official residence of the British monarch, London’s Buckingham Palace was built in the 1700s. You can explore some of the palace’s rooms in this virtual tour, including the White Drawing Room and the Throne Room.

Ellis Island

Take a virtual tour of Ellis Island to see where millions of immigrants arrived between 1892 and 1954.

Mount Rushmore

With this virtual tour, explore unique views of the four American presidents carved into Mount Rushmore that in-person visitors don’t get to see.

Mount Vernon

With just a few clicks, you can explore the home of George Washington, the first president of the United States.

The White House

Take a virtual tour of “the People’s House” to see all of the public parts of this famous building from your own home.

Easter Island

Explore the sights and sounds of these islands that are home to mysterious megaliths and learn about the first people who lived here.

Notre-Dame Cathedral

You can’t visit this famous cathedral in person right now, as it was damaged in a massive fire in 2019. But while it’s being restored and rebuilt, you can still explore one of the world’s most famous churches through this virtual tour.

Hang Son Doong

Visit the world’s largest cave in Vietnam with this 360-degree virtual tour with sound from National Geographic. Parts of the cave are so big that a plane could fly through it!

Yellowstone National Park

At America’s oldest national park, you can see the famous hot springs and other natural wonders, including Old Faithful, a geyser that erupts around 20 times a day.

Grand Canyon

This National Park Service video captures the wonders of the Grand Canyon. It gives you a bird’s-eye view of the most beautiful spots and a guided tour with a park ranger that explores the canyon’s flora and fauna as well as its history.

Perito Moreno Glacier

Check out a 360-degree view of a glacier in western Argentina that continues to move, grow, and rupture.

Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock

Explore some of the most important religious sites in Islam, Judaism, and Christianity with this 4K virtual tour.

Virtual Building Tour: The Alamo

Visit this Texas historic site online and you’ll have no trouble remembering the Alamo!

By Alan Bernau Jr

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