Online Field Trips
Take your children on educational and entertaining field trips without leaving home.
Make car trips with kids fun and educational with these Travel Activity Books. A little planning can make for a more enjoyable trip!
Take a virtual tour of the drive-through wildlife park in Black Hills, South Dakota. All pictures were taken in the park.
Ever wonder how a BIC® ball pen is made? You might be surprised at the time and effort that goes into every single one of their pens and how many inspections they must pass before being packaged and shipped out to store shelves.
Take a virtual nature walk through National Audubon Society's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary located near Naples, Florida.
This website contains information about the East Contra Costa Historical Society and Museum (California). The museum is filled with memorabilia, documents, and photos from the rich history in this area. This website offers a small view of what is on display in the museum.
Learn all about wild animals that live in Ontario, Canada. Can you find all the animals? Read about them, take the quiz and receive a certificate!
Discover the Eiffel Tower from top to bottom and admire Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower. Take a quiz on what you learned.
Take a virtual tour of the Jelly Belly factory, the original gourmet jelly bean. Explore the rest of the site and learn about the history of Jelly Belly, visit the art gallery, and vote for a new flavor.
Venture above and below the waters of the Monterey Bay sanctuary in this interactive submersible.
Take a virtual tour of the National Museum of Natural History.
New Yorkers go about unaware of what is happening just beneath their feet: Power pulses, information flies, and steam flows.
Watch and participate with an archaeological excavation in action. See the discoveries and objects uncovered, learn about how archaeology is done and learn about life in Egypt.
Step inside the Great Pyramid and experience it like never before!
Learn how tubes of toothpaste are made at Tom's of Maine virtual factory tour.
Tour the Waikiki Aquarium. This site is still under construction, but the gallery you can tour now is looking great. Keep checking back and watch it grow.
An electronic tour of the First Family's home. You can go back into time as you enter each room and discover how the room has changed.