Go on virtual trips through the USA and beyond! Explore the world from
your home through the excited tours below! Where will you go first?
Check out the great suggestions by readers. Ready for a tour of the world?
Take a look below!
Are you ready to visit Dubai? Did you know Dubai was mostly a desert 20 years ago and is now home to the worlds tallest building; the Burj Khalifa! Hope you're not afraid of heights!
Take a look at all Dubai has to offer with a virtual tour of their historic and modern museums and take a virtual tour of Dubai!
Our personal favorites include:
The Museum of Illusions- Trick your mind with sensory illusions
The Museum of the Future- a four floor museum dedicated to technology, health, and ecosystems of the future!
The Women's Museum at Bait Al Banat- Learn about women's contributions and achievements in arts, politics, education, and humanitarianism.
Special thanks to Amelia for her great suggestion, and to Carol for sending it in! We hope your library group keeps learning and exploring!
Explore the USA!
A virtual car trip through the USA!
Save money on gas! Explore all 50 states and make it home for dinner!
Find interesting spots and tour national parks, museums, and more on this exciting car tour, snack breaks encouraged!
*Special thanks to Logan and Chloe!
The staff at Fast Forward loves this website, even our dog Max!
Visit Minnesota State Parks and Recreation. Did you know Minnesota has 66 State parks? Take shorter "Snapshot Tours" or longer Panoramic tours of each state park plus 9 recreation areas, and a few of the 4,382 campsites, 950 archaeological and historical sites and more!
Additional Virtual Tours
Did you know the Metropolitan Museum of Art is home to over 2 million pieces? Or that NASA offers virtual tours and stories of space exploration? Or that you can ride 15 rollercoasters at Hershey Park? Take a look below for some additional trips around the USA and keep checking back for more!
Additional Virtual Tours
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Did you know that the Tivoli Gardens in Denmark is the oldest amusement park in Europe at 150 years old?
Space- What's really out there?
Sometimes you just need to leave Earth for a few minutes. Explore Space! Learn about everything from stars and black holes to the Space Station!
National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC houses over 150 aircrafts on-site and attracts over 500,000 people and groups per year!
Keep your feet on the ground while you explore the inside of a spacecraft and take a 360-degree tour of the museum!
The Hubble Space Telescope is probably the most famous telescope-- for good reason! The telescope is almost 44 feet long (almost as big as a school bus!)
Check out the online activities, take a 360-degree tour of the spacecraft that houses the telescope, listen to podcasts, and try and spot all 14 constellations in the night sky!
The International Space Station is a large spacecraft. It is a multinational collaborative project involving five participating space agencies from U.S., Russia, Japan, Europe, and Canada.
The space station's orbit is approximately 250 miles above Earth. NASA uses the station to learn about living and working in space.