I love my country and I am very patriotic. A lump wells up in my throat when I hear the Star Spangled Banner or say the Pledge of Allegiance. It is only fitting, then, that I want my children to experience these fabulous virtual tours. I hope you enjoy them as much as we did!
- The National Museum of the US Air Force offers a phenomenal, 3-D, self-guided tour. Be sure you read the paragraph on the right explaining how to navigate through the tour.
- The National Museum of the Marine Corps also provides a 3-D, self- guided tour. Video interviews, walking tour narratives, and oral history recordings are just a few of the many interactive features of this virtual tour.
- The Armed Forces Military Museum takes a different approach to their virtual tour. When you click on the link I provided, scroll down and look on the left side of the page. You will see links for different wars throughout history, beginning with World War 1. If you click on one of those links, it will take you to different articles about the Armed Forces during that time period.
- The National Museum of Naval Aviation offers a tour much like the National Museum of the US Air Force. When you click on the link I have provided, you may wish to look on the bottom left of the screen. You will see a button for “options”. If you click on the arrow and then click on “index”, it will open a new tab with a listing of all the panoramas offered.
- The Submarine Force Museum provides clickable links which lead to pictures and descriptions of the historic ship, Nautilus.
Where has technology taken you today?
God Bless 🙂