Thanks to virtual reality technology, you can now visit some of the UK’s most famous landmarks from the comfort of your own home. Spend an afternoon stepping into the vibrant history and culture of the UK and learn about them the same way as if you were there!

Here are our favourite five virtual tours of sights and attractions around the UK.


The Giant’s Causeway

This is a great one for all of the Game of Thrones out there! Take a trip to the rugged Northern Irish coast, where a lot of the series was filmed, and tour the remarkable interlocking basalt columns of the Giant’s Causeway.

View the virtual tour of the Giant’s Causeway



Spend an afternoon exploring this prehistoric site through a 360-degree interactive virtual tour. Step into the stones at one of the UK’s most famous landmarks and learn all about its construction and landscape throughout different periods in history.

View the virtual tour at Stonehenge


british museum

 Explore this iconic museum through their virtual visitor’s tour which takes you through the Great Court, talks you through the history of Egyptian mummies, and discover the ancient Rosetta Stone that allowed us to decipher the Egyptian hieroglyphs (plus a lot more).

Step inside the British Museums with their virtual tour


Buckingham Palace

Have you ever wanted to step inside Buckingham Palace? Well now you can! Explore the official residence of The Queen and take in the beauty of the iconic buildings’ Grand Staircase, White Drawing Room and Throne Room.

View the Virtual tour of The Buckingham Palace


Loch Ness


Made famous by its mythical inhabitant, Loch Ness, in the Scottish Highlands, serves as an example of the beauty found in the Scottish landscape. Start your virtual trip now by taking a virtual boat ride across the Loch. Don’t forget to look out for Nessie!

Start your virtual boat ride here.


If you think your business can benefit from a virtual tour, head over to our virtual tours page for more information, price guides and to get a quote.