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15 Virtual Reality Travel Experiences And Virtual Tours

15 Virtual Reality Travel Experiences and Virtual Tours


Sistine Chapel: Marvel at the intricately painted ceilings of this iconic religious landmark in Vatican City on this virtual tour. 

CN Tower: Look over downtown Toronto from anywhere in the world with this live stream from the top of the 1,815-foot tall architectural wonder. It’s one of the most stunning things to do on virtual travel.

Buckingham Palace: Perhaps the most famous palace in the UK, this is the Queen’s official residence. You’ll have many public rooms all to yourself with these virtual tours.

Palace Of Versailles: You can walk through France’s Palace of Versailles, including the famous Hall of Mirrors, from your own home at any time. In addition to the lavish architecture, the palace includes canvas art and beautiful murals. 

The Eiffel Tower: This iconic structure has three different levels for visitors to see, all with amazing views of Paris. You can now experience these from anywhere in the world right here on a virtual tour of the landmark you can take from home.


The Metropolitan Museum of Art: The Met Gala may have been cancelled, but you can still get your fix of elaborate costumes with the online collection at The Costume Institute, as well as 26 other virtual tours the Met has for you to explore.

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: You can spend days exploring the Smithsonian collections of over 150 million items related to American history and culture. From current and permanent exhibitions to a tour of the Smithsonian Castle, there are virtual tours for everything.

Grammy Museum: Browse the newly released curated content at this museum, all accompanied by a specially curated Spotify playlist so you can actually listen in on this virtual reality travel experience.

The Dalí Museum: Browse the four online exhibits of the works of surrealist painter Salvador Dalí; or for something more interactive, download the Dreams of Dalí virtual reality experience.

The National Palace Museum: Visit Taipei’s National Palace Museum and go treasure hunting for Chinese artefacts that date back as far as the Neolithic age on this 720-degree virtual tour, complete with an audio guide.


Yosemite National Park: Google Earth just launched 31 virtual tours of national parks throughout the United States. Why not pick one of the most visited and check out Yosemite’s majestic waterfalls and stunning cliff faces, all set against the backdrop of California’s Sierra Nevada mountains.

Inca Trail: Take the long trek to Peru’s iconic Machu Picchu in under one hour with this virtual journey. Experience the breathtaking mountain views and rugged trails (almost) first hand, and the best part is — you won’t even be sore after!

Grand Canyon: One of the most popular places to visit in the world, this awe-inspiring canyon is known for its rugged sprawling sandstone landscape. Now you can visit virtually whenever you want.

Northern lights: Watch the ongoing live stream of the wondrous northern lights from Churchill, Canada. You might even feel like crossing this natural phenomenon off your bucket list.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park: Escape to this park in Australia’s Northern Territory with this virtual tour. Apart from the stunning red-sand landscapes, the tour includes stories and songs from Anangu, the traditional owners of the land.

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