Google Art ProjectsGoogle Art Projects - http://www.googleartproject.com/ Google art projects is the collection of 1000+ works from 17 highly acclaimed art museums in the world. With Google art projects you can virtually walk the aisles of these museums and view high resolution images of paintings like Van Gough’s “The Bedroom”. Google also allows you to create your own art collection by saving individual paintings to a portfolio where you can add notes to the paintings and even share your whole collection with friends.
Google Sky - http://www.google.com/sky/ Travel the stars with Google Sky. With Google Sky you can view the position of plants, explore constellations, and even watch the birth of distant galaxies. You can even change the view of Google sky to see what the sky would look like if we had the ability to view the universe in x-rays or infrared.
Smithsonian - http://mnh.si.edu/panoramas This self-paced, self-guided tour allows viewers to take a detailed virtual tour of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. This is a complete virtual tour where all you have to do is follow the blue arrow around the museum to go on a journey that makes you’re feel like you’re actually walking the halls of the Smithsonian
Panoramas.dk - http:// panoramas.dk/7-wonders/colosseum.html Bring the 7 wonders of the world to your classroom with panoramas.dk. This website has breathtaking panoramic views of all 7 wonders of the world which include the Colosseum in Rome, The Great Wall in China, Petra in Jordan, The Taj Mahal in India, Machu Picchu in Peru, Christ Redeemer in Rio, and Chichén Itzá in Mexico. 1 4 2 3 “11 Hidden Gems of the Internet For Creating a 21st Century Classroom Without Spending A Dime, Without Searching, Without Frustration” Go here
The Oxford University Museum of Natural History - http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/oxfordtour/universitymuseum/# This virtual tour is of The Oxford University Museum of Natural History. This museum is home to an extensive world-wide collection of zoology, entomology, geology, and mineralogy, including the local dinosaur finds, a 40ft Tyrannosaurus Rex, the observation beehive, and Alice’s Dodo. Also a part of the tour is the building itself; one of the finest examples of the Victorian Gothic style of architecture.