|Liberty Science Center|
Visit the Online Learning Resource section for a large variety of interactivity. From building a biobot and science in space, to Antarctic adventure and roach world. With Discovery Challenges for reinforcing classwork with lesson plans.
|The Natural History Museum|
Located in London, England, visit the galleries of life, earth, the virtual gallery, Darwin Centre, Wildlife garden, The Building & Special Exhibitions. With interactive exhibitions such as the Dino Directory, Sounds Like Nature, Eclipse & VRML fossils.
Current and previous issues of the Smithsonian Institute magazine as well as photos, videos and exhibitions, games and puzzles, newsletters, and email alerts.
The combined collections of the Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Kids can watch and listen, make designs, color, explore space, tour the art gallery and create different types of artwork using the toolkit.
Museum dedicated to the carpet industry formed in Kidderminster in 1973, preserving carpet designs, pictures, old company price-lists, photographs and many more historical exhibits.
|Museum and Sculpture Garden|
The Hirshhorn Museum, located in Washington, USA. Visit the education section for Art Interactive and use the Create a Sculpture tool to design your own artwork, then view how it would appear in the museum. Macromedia Flash is required.
|San Diego Air & Space Museum|
Devoted to the history of aviation and space flight, view the jet age, hall of fame, dawn of flight, World War II, women in space, breaking Earth's bonds, pavilion of flight and other aviation exhibits.
|Museum of World War II|
Private museum in Boston with a collection of original World War II artifacts, including mannequins with complete uniforms, equipment, important letters, guns, photographs, flags, spy weapons, posters and propaganda.
World renowned London Science Museum displays a variety of science exhibitions, interactive sections, and a range of art. Categories include medicine and biology, physics and math, engineering, environment, games, and current science.
|Denver Museum of Nature and Science|
Images of Denver at different points in time including the ice age, the Rockies, Colorado's east coast, castle rock floods, lock neck meadow, red dirt world, slimy shoreline and many other landscapes.