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Southeast Asian Archaeology
Dr. Noel Hidalgo Tan is a Singaporean archaeologist. I began this website in 2006 to collect news about the archaeology of the region, mainly as a way for me to learn what was going on in the region, and since then the site has grown to become an educational resource for the public.
University of Florida - Digital Heritage & Humanities Collection
The DHHC is an interdisciplinary research initiative designed to meet the growing need for coordination and collaboration of education, research, and outreach efforts in the rapidly evolving areas of reality capture, geomatics, three-dimensional digital technologies, visualization, and Global Information Systems (GIS).
Society for American Archaeology
The SAA is an international organization since 1934, has been dedicated to research and interpretation and protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas.
Google Arts & Culture
Google Arts & Culture is a non-profit initiative. We work with cultural institutions and artists around the world. Together, our mission is to preserve and bring the world’s art and culture online so it’s accessible to anyone, anywhere.
A history of the maps created by individuals living in the Ancient World. This page will illustrate the maps created by individuals living in the Ancient World, which reflected their views and thoughts of the composition of the world that they lived in.
Ancient World Mapping Centre
The Ancient World Mapping Center has a growing set of on-line resources related to aspects of ancient geography and cartography. By visiting the AWMC web site, you can find free, downloable maps for educational use; and articles about new discoveries.
Map of the Ancient World
Explore the ancient world in this interactive map. Select a date an see cities, kingdoms and empires rise and fall.
Ancient Mediterranean Digital Project
The Ancient Mediterranean Digital Project is an open-access database on ship representations of the Mediterranean basin broadly covering the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age periods.
Mapping the Catalogue of Ships
Combines geospatial and literary analysis to map the Catalogue of Ships from Book Two of the Iliad. Can be used to explore how the Catalogue corresponds to the natural geography of Greece.
A site where scholars, students and enthusiasts worldwide can use, create and share historical geographic information about the Greek and Roman World in digital form. Users can search or browse for information about the features, names and locations of ancient places.
We've opened up our building for you to explore from anywhere, online. Listen to an audio guide or take a virtual tour of Auckland Museum from past and present, wherever you are in the world.
Delve into our First Nations led exhibition Unsettled and experience a 360 degree interactive virtual tour featuring embedded audio guides and multimedia content. In this powerful exhibition, First Nations voices reveal the hidden stories of devastation, survival and the fight for recognition.
We aim to empower people in and of the Pacific Islands, enabling them to see, discover and explore items of digitised cultural heritage that are held in collections around the world. People of the Pacific may not be aware these items or records exist, and we want to support them as they connect with these aspects of their own culture and history.
Abby Museum of Art and Archaeology
The Abbey Museum is a treasure trove of world history that engages the young to the old. When you visit the Museum you will journey through the centuries from the world of prehistoric hunters to the time of the Industrial Revolution and the Rise of Imperialism. Visit us to experience history and culture.
Joy of Museums Virtual Tours
We explore the world’s best Museums, Art Galleries, and Historic Sites across the world. There are over 60,000 museums and historic sites around the world, and we aim to share Virtual Tours of the very best of these.
The Musuem of the World
A collaboration between the British Museum and the Google Arts & Culture Lab, The Museum of the World is an interactive experience through time, continents and cultures, featuring fascinating objects in human history.
National Archaeological Musuem
The museum has more than 11.000 exhibits, from Prehistory to Late Antiquity. It is not an exaggeration to say that in this museum we can closely see and experience the panorama of Mediterranean history.
National Museum of Natural History
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History virtual tours allow visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum from their desktop or mobile device. Visitors can also access select collections and research areas at our satellite support and research stations as well as past exhibits no longer on display.
The British Museum
Did you know that the Museum is the world's largest indoor space on Google Street View? You can go on a virtual visit to more than 60 galleries – perfect for creating your own bespoke tour around your favourite.
The Acropolis Museum invites online visitors to a panoramic tour of its galleries. A VR 360ᵒ video offers users the feeling that they are in the real galleries and the choice to look towards the direction they will choose.
Angkor Wat 360 Tour
Explore the wonders of Angkor, Cambodia, where thousand-year-old temples lie hidden in the jungle, and ancient cities and roads trace a path to the lost kingdoms of the Khmer empire. Provided by Google Maps Street View.
ARCE Virtual Tours
Experience the American Research Center in Egypt's conservation and site management projects from anywhere in the world. Includes the Aslam al-Siladar Mosque and the Tomb of Menna in the Theban Necropolis.
Colosseum 360 Tour
Take a walk inside the Colosseum with Google Art & Culture. Explore the different levels of what the ruins look like today.
The Giza Project at Harvard University
The Giza Project gives you access to the largest collection of information, media, and research materials ever assembled about the Pyramids and related sites on Egypt’s Giza Plateau.
Lithodomos VR’s mission is to bring the ancient world to life for everyone. Founded in 2016, we are archaeologists, artists, and software developers who work to provide our customers with educational, entertaining, engaging, awe-inspiring virtual reality experiences.
Petra 360 Tour
Many people think that Petra begins and ends with Al Khaznah - The Treasury - but as you will learn there is so much more to explore within this ancient city. Stay and walk around here for a while or click below to start exploring Petra in its entirety. Provided by Google Maps Street View.
Stonehenge 360 Tour
Take an interactive tour of Stonehenge with our 360 degree view from inside the monument. Select the hotspots to find out more. Or switch to Skyscape and relax and enjoy a live view from within the stone circle.
Tomb of Queen Meresankh III
Explore the tomb of Queen Meresankh III, who was buried in an extensively decorated mastaba tomb at Giza along with a rock-cut chapel (G7530-5440).