This page was inspired due to the whole covid 19 pandemic. As many of people are stuck at home with thier families and unable to go out for adventures. We have compiled this list of links to virtual tours of interesting spots of the world. If you come across a video tour of something you found interesting please consider submitting it here to share it with others. Were all in this together folks. Lets be neighborly and help your fellow citizens out. Please stay safe and have fun. If you have any virtual tours that you think could be added to this page please submit it here. Thank you.
Take a virtual tour of Everglades National Park
Everglades National Park is a national park located in Florida. With Google Maps, you can scroll over the different terrains, explore local vegetation, and click on places of interest.
The United States Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C.
The conservatory includes a wide variety of plants and flowers, including a tropical jungle, desert succulents, orchids, rare and endangered plants and habitats, and more. One of the oldest botanic gardens in the country, founded in 1820.
This lush garden, located on the Big Island of Hawaii, includes more than 2,000 species of tropical plants, and features acres of jungle trails, streams and waterfalls. The gardens are also home to diverse species of wildlife, including geckos, Mynah birds, Hawaiian hawks, and Hawaiian monk seals.
The Birmingham Botanic Gardens in England, opened in 1862, are home to more than 7,000 plant species, as well as a gorgeous rock garden, fern garden, and glasshouses containing tropical and desert species. A virtual tour of the Garden Terrace allows you to explore the more landscaped areas of the garden.
The Royal Horticultural Society garden at Wisley is one of the most visited botanic gardens in the UK. The gardens, covering 240 acres, include multiple glasshouses with desert and tropical displays, a fruit field, an alpine meadow, a vegetable garden, and more. In a “lockdown edition” video tour of the gardens, curator Matthew Pottage gives viewers an aerial tour of some of the gardens’ most beautiful areas.
These expansive gardens on the outskirts of London date back to 1759, when Princess August, the mother of George III, created a nine-acre botanic garden on the grounds of Kew Palace. Today, Kew is home to 330 acres of gardens and glasshouses, and is also a global hub for scientific research on plants, fungi, and their relation to issues
Take a stroll through Monet’s garden in Giverny, France, with a video tour of the famous site, courtesy of Britain’s Royal Academy of Arts. The tranquil tour is a mix of photos of the modern garden and glimpses into how it appeared in Monet’s time.
These resplendent gardens in the grounds of Waddesdon Manor in England were built in the late 19th century by Baron Rothschild, originally as private pleasure gardens for his guests. Now open to the public, the gardens include cultivated shrubberies and flower beds, a rock grotto, an aviary, and more.
The Royal Gardens at Highgrove are part of the personal residence of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. When Prince Charles moved to Highgrove in 1980, the gardens were not extensive and had been neglected, and the prince made it a personal passion project to restore the grounds to their former splendour.
The Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska has webcams to allow you to explore the park—and see adorable bears enjoying some alone time now that no humans are on their turf! You can also see wolves, fish and whales during certain seasons.
Channel Islands National Park in California has a live-stream of the ocean surrounding the islands, letting you see all sorts of marine life, including some seriously cute turtles, dolphins and whales.
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