Google Arts and Culture with Google Expeditions

I was very sad when the Google Expeditions app was no longer available. I utilized the app with classes to virtually visit different countries, colleges and historical places.

Good news! Many (not all) expeditions can now be found in Google Arts and Culture.  Google Arts and Culture is a website and app with virtual tours of art museums around the world, artist features and much more!

The site includes virtual fields trips that students can access through a mobile device or a laptop. Students do not need to log into the site to access. Click here to view information about virtual fields trip in Google Arts and Culture.

Get Started

To get started, click here for a list of virtual field trips organized by subject. Visit Mars or Mount Everest.  Learn more about photosynthesis or a historical figure like Leonardo Da Vinci.

Search Google Arts and Culture by clicking on the magnify glass in the top, right corner.

How to Search

If you are looking for a previous expedition, use the search feature to locate what you need. I was able to find a previous Tenement Museum virtual tour in Google Arts and Culture.  I also found the college virtual tours as well.

Additional Virtual Field Trips Sites

Discovery Education: Sign up to take part in a variety of activities.

360 Cities: View 360 images from places all over the world.

Five Ways to Use Virtual Field Trips

How to Make the Most of Virtual Field Trips

Three Tips for Teachers, Google Arts and Culture

Virtual Field Trips: Benefits and Resources for Schools

Author: Becca Munson

Becca Munson, Librarian, is a National Board Certified Teacher with over 24 years of experience in education. Becca is the Coordinator for Library Systems in the Blue Valley School District. Previously, she was school librarian at Blue Valley West High School. She opened two buildings in Blue Valley and spent some time as an Ed Tech Specialist before returning to libraries. Becca supports over 45 librarians and support staff as they work to fulfill the mission of flexible scheduling, collaboration, and literacy.

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