Encyclopedia Virginia

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Resource:Encyclopedia Virginia
Provider:Encyclopedia Virginia
Summary:Age Range: All (All grades; children with parental supervision). Tour some of the historical sites of Virginia with this page from the larger Encyclopedia Virginia website.
Description:Each of these tours provides a selection of 360° images of the location that visitors can explore using their mouse. Destinations include:
  • Old Coast Guard Station, Virginia Beach
  • The Virginia State Capitol
  • The Virginia Executive Mansion
  • Mount Vernon
  • Monticello
  • Montpelier
  • Poplar Forest
  • James Monroe's Highland
  • The Woodrow Wilson Birthplace
  • Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum
  • Abijah Thomas House, Smyth County
  • Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site
  • Stratford Hall
  • Smith's Fort Plantation
  • Carr/Greer Family Residence
  • Gunston Hall
  • The Anne Spencer House and Garden Museum
  • The John Marshall House
  • The Patrick Henry National Memorial
  • Scotchtown
  • The Poe Museum
  • Justice Park, Charlottesville
  • Lee Park, Charlottesville
  • Carlyle House Historic Park
  • Athenaeum
  • Panorama of Lumpkin's Jail Site
  • Tobacco Barns in Halifax and Pittsylvania Counties
  • Slave Dwellings in the counties of Amelia, Caroline, Cumberland, Mecklenburg, Nelson, Kent, Powhatan, and Rockbridge and in Church Hill, Richmond
  • Bacon's Castle
  • Cape Henry Lighthouse
  • Christ Church
  • Saint John's Church, Richmond
  • Aquia Episcopal Church
  • Howland Chapel School & Teachers’ Cottage
  • Julius Rosenwald High School
  • Saint John Rosenwald School
  • The Academical Village at the University of Virginia
  • The Barter Theater
  • The Extant Structures and Grounds at Menokin
These simple virtual tours will make a wonderful addition to your state and history studies.
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Subjects:Social Studies
Teaching Methods:Virtual Tour
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Grades:Pre-K,K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
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