Florida's Best Virtual Tours

As we are all figuring out our way through this time of uncertainity and social distancing, I thought I would share some of the best virtual tours that I have found for Florida. Hopefully they will help to get through the time at home and maybe be an inspiration for places you want to see in person when things settle back down. Happy touring!

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  • Disneyworld :: Have you seen the photos of Disneyworld right now? They are pretty eerie. But while waiting for the happiest place on earth to reopen anyone can get their Disney fix by checking out the Disney parks YouTube channel which is full of videos, panoramic views, and virtual ride experiences. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1xwwLwm6WSMbUn_Tp597hQ
  • Universal Orlando :: And if you are still needing some theme park adventure in your day, then you can also check out the YouTube channel for Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Of course, nothing is better than that frosty cup of butterbeer but this is the next best thing. https://www.youtube.com/user/UniversalOrlando
  • Kennedy Space Center :: One of the most visited spots in Florida is the Kennedy Space Center. This place has been where science, engineering, and adventure come together to make history over and over again. The Kennedy Space Center is a tribute to the incredible people who have made going to space a real thing. https://www.youtube.com/user/ExploreSpaceKSC
  • Orlando :: The city of Orlando is full of interesting places to see and visit. Not only for the local theme parks, but the city itself is an exciting place. With so much to see and explore, you could easily spend a few hours on their site virtually seeing all it has to offer. https://www.visitorlando.com/en/things-to-do/virtual-tours
  • Florida Historic Capitol Museum :: The State Capitol Museum is a great place to really understand the history of Florida and the many changes that it has seen over the years. It encompasses the spirit of the state, bring together all the understanding that has shaped and built the state. http://flhistoriccapitol.gov/Pages/VirtualTours/
  • The Ringling Museum :: This museum has a wealth of artwork from different periods but it also is home to a section dedicated to the Ringling Brothers Circus and history. And they offer online artistic projects that you can work on at home. This is a Florida treasure to be sure. https://www.ringling.org/

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