August 5, 2022

You Can Take Your Kids on a Couch Trip

A free virtual field trip can transform an ordinary day into something extraordinary. We’d love to hear about your favorite virtual reality field trip, whether it was with your virtual classmates, as part a distance learning curriculum or a homeschool adventure.


Online learning is more popular than ever. They are great for interactive tours. It’s almost like creating your own time machine in some cases! Let’s go on a field trip for free!

Here’s a list with more than 40 places that you can explore online together with your children. Virtual field trips are not governed by the school calendar.

You can also experience virtual tours through interactive maps or live webcams. Some offer virtual tours or video tours. These best places to visit can be accessed online, whether you’re visiting via live cams or interactive virtual tour.


Virtual field trips can be a great resource for elementary, high school, kindergarten, and preschool students. They will provide a lot of adventure. My family’s first educational virtual tour was a dream trip.


  1. Take a virtual tour of Yellowstone National Park to see some of the most famous sites like Mammoth Spring.
  2. Take a dip and discover a coral reef at the Bahamas
  3. Have you ever wondered what it is like to be President? To see his home, visit the White House Virtual tour of the White House for Kids!
  4. This virtual field trip to Ellis Island includes tons of educational resources.
  5. To see their permanent and past exhibits, visit the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
  6. Take a aerial view of Grand Canyon and you’ll be amazed at its size.
  7. Take a look at the Mount St. Helens volcano.
  8. This is my favorite way to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York from a 360-degree perspective!
  9. This is the scoop on visiting national park through virtual programs. It’s really fun!
  10. You can visit the San Diego Zoo baboons with live camera feeds!
  11. Are you a sports fan at home? Have a look at Yankees Stadium and then visit to see the Dallas Cowboys playing.
  12. You can get up close and personal with sharks at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
  13. Find out more about the U.S. Visit important places and people to learn more about the Civil War.
  14. Too cute to miss the panda cam at Zoo Atlanta
  15. Enjoy the view from the top of the Empire State Building.
  16. You can see giraffes and elephants at the Houston Zoo.
  17. To see more marine life, visit the National Aquarium in Baltimore.
  18. See beluga whales and sea lions at the Georgia Aquarium.
  19. To see the final stand of frontiersman Davy Crockett, visit The Alamo
  20. Visit Arthur and his friends at the Boston Children’s Museum.

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