Virtual tours to enjoy from home: Vol. 4
The National Tour Association has compiled an extensive list of virtual tours and educational resources for travel planners. You can see what's happening in popular cities, states, and provinces—and at top attractions—by checking out their digital resources.
Lafayette is home to a number of truly authentic Cajun and Acadian experiences, including tours on open-air boats into some of Louisiana top swamps.
For more information, email the Lafayette CVC’s Kaylie LeBlanc.
National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum
The museum’s education department is offering live online events, ranging from Virtual Field Trips and Curator Spotlights to the Voices of the Game programs. Downloadable curriculum covering 15 different topics also is available.
For more information, email the attraction’s June Dolhun.
Mammoth Lakes Tourism
The Mammoth Lakes area of California is a nature-lover’s paradise. The local tourism board has developed four 360° videos that showcase winter, spring, summer, and year-round activities available in the area.
For more information, email Mammoth Lakes Tourism’s Michael Vanderhurst.
Canadian Museum of History
High-def, interactive videos take you through the iconic museum’s History Hall Hub, Gallery 1 (Early Canada), Gallery 2 (Colonial Canada), and Gallery 3 (Modern Canada). The Museum at Home page lists a variety of educational resources.
For more information, email the museum’s Stephanie Fortin.
Florida Keys & Key West
Ready to see what is happening in the Florida Keys, which are the epitome of a tropical paradise with white-sand beaches and breathtaking sunsets? In addition to this virtual tour, other updates are available at facebook.com/floridakeysandkeywest.
For more information, email the tourism board’s Jack Meier Jr.
To see virtual tours from other destinations and attractions, click here.
Top photo: California's Mammoth Lakes area is a top spot for hiking.
Photo by visitmammothlakes.com