DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife: Education. DLNR’s online educational content includes virtual tours and virtual reality content designed to bring the experience of exploring Hawaiʻi to as many people as possible so that everyone can better understand and appreciate our unique plants, animals, and ecosystems.
Google Arts & Culture: The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks. Fly over an active volcano, explore a lava tube, and look out across volcanic cliffs at the Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. Headphones recommended. Suitable for all ages.
2021 Young Artists of Hawaiʻi Student Art Exhibition “My Culture, My Family, and Me” virtual tour. See 96 artworks by Hawaiʻi students grades K-6 on the theme “My Culture, My Family, and Me.” The Young Artists of Hawaiʻi art competition is a program of the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA) and the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority.
Iolani Palace Virtual Experiences and Resources: The online tour allows visitors to roam through the building beyond the stanchions, climb the majestic koa staircase, and see remarkable artifacts on display on your computer or mobile device. On the same page there are links to download the official Iolani Palace mobile app for iPhones and Androids. Explore the palace grounds and navigate the various landmarks – from the Barracks to the Throne Room – with ease using an interactive map.
Google Arts & Culture: Pow! Wow! Hawai‘i mural projects on Google Arts & Culture. Suitable for all ages.
The Fiber Hawai‘i 2020 exhibit at the Windward Community College’s Gallery ‘Iolani is also on view online with photos and short video clips.
The 2020 Call + Response Juried Exhibition has images of selected work, captions, and images of the artists working in their studios.
Google Arts and Culture Museum Views offers more than 2,500 free virtual tours of cultural organizations across the globe.
“Where in the World” Online Tour: Designed for students in grades 3-5. Travel the world through artworks in the Speed Art Museum’s permanent collection through photos, text, and videos. As you explore the relationship between works of art that span the globe, you’ll also come to understand the fascinating differences and beautiful similarities between works of art from far-away places.