Updated: Mar 5
Like us, we bet your lust for adventure is not being satisfied during these hard times. But we’ve found the perfect escapism which we just had to share with you.
These virtual tours of famous landmarks and attractions will help you and your family quench that adventure thirst. Explore from the comfort of your own home without navigating the crowds, spending any money and more importantly keeping safe and healthy.
Take virtual self-guided tours, room-by-room tours of exhibits and areas within this world-renowned museum.
2. Taj Mahal
This look at the famous Indian mausoleum is one of several Airpano flying 360 tours on this list.
From this page you can choose several different areas of the world-famous museum to explore.
4. Eiffel Tower
Getting to the top of the iconic Parisian landmark has never been so simple. Click on the different vantage points at the bottom of the page to get an awesome view.
You can also click on numbered buildings in the distance.
Are you bored stuck at home? You won't be as you click around this virtual tour of this ancient arena.
This aerial tour of Petra, Jordan starts at Al Khazneh, the stunning temple carved into a sandstone cliff. Fans of Indiana Jones will instantly recognize it. You can drag the mouse around to get a full view of your surroundings.
Click on one of the four Street View options to take a look around these interesting ancient stones.
Stuck indoors for so long is getting tedious but take a minute to roam around Yosemite National Park and cheer yourself up. You can almost smell the grass.
9. The Pyramids
Survey the awe-inspiring achievement of the Great Pyramids at Giza from above.
Perhaps the most iconic home in Britain, Buckingham Palace is recognised around the world as Queen Elizabeth's official London residence.
11. Edinburgh Castle
A historical fortress, Edinburgh Castle's elevated position allows it to dominate the city's skyline. Sitting on top of Castle Rock it initially served as a royal castle and is an important monument in Scottish heritage. This 360-degree aerial tour not only takes you around the castle itself but provides an opportunity to see across the whole of the capital.
12. Tower of London
Known for being a prison, treasury and even a zoo, the Tower of London is synonymous with British history. Founded in 1066 and expanded on throughout the centuries to follow, the abundance of stories that are attached to the landmark can be heard through this 360-degree tour of the castle and its grounds.
The Giant's Causeway is a collection of around 40,000 interlocking columns that sits on the North Coast of Northern Ireland. The natural wonder has previously been named one of the best in the UK and gets its name from stories claiming Irish giant Finn McCool formed it in an attempt to cross the Irish Sea.
Better than a box set, well, cuter, that’s for sure. We could spend hours watching these amazing animals.
Escape to the sea without spending a cent, and no sand to get everywhere! Fantastic marine life right in front of your very eyes, without leaving your house.