Virtual tours are a simple, yet effective means to provide rich learning experiences for students and pupils. Explore the National Gallery of Ireland, The Louvre, The Cliffs of Moher (without getting wet!), step into the Sistine Chapel and gaze at Michelangelo's legendary frescos in the Vatican and even look out for Bród (the president's dog) in Áras an Uachtaráin. Students/pupils can move through exhibits at their own pace. Viewers can control the video by scrolling to look in different directions and from different angles which can prove to be highly effective for visual learners. Continue reading the PDST article on virtual tours here or begin your virtual tour experience with the tours below highlighted by the Scoilnet team.
The official residence and principal workplace of the President of Ireland.
Explore specific spaces in the Gallery and find information about each work of art on display.
Journey through the history of the Glasnevin Cemetery.
The Irish Emigration Museum covers the history of the Irish diaspora and emigration to other countries.
National History exhibition showcases a comprehensive zoological collection.
A virtual tour of the locations around Dublin city that were the focus of action during the Easter Rising.
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360 degree view around the Vatican museums, including the Sistine Chapel.
Discover the Secret Annex where Anne Frank hid for more than 2 years during WWII.
An interactive 360 story taking you on a tour of the Parliament building in Brussels.
Tour the international space station like an astronauts.
The White House is the home of the President of the United States.
Explore Google Earth's World Heritage sites by UNESCO.
Unleash your inner explorer with the exciting Google Treks resource. Click on the location you want to explore, then interact with the information or check out the street view & maps. There are incredible close-ups of unreachable places.
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