The North Carolina Museum of History announced it has completed the initial production of 360-degree virtual tours of its largest exhibit, “The Story of North Carolina.”
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Museum of History announced it has completed the initial production of 360-degree virtual tours of its largest exhibit, “The Story of North Carolina.”
Top five takeaways of the tour
To accomplish those goals, the Student Tours feature a range of additional content — background information, views of artifacts in 360-degrees, photographs, and videos that work together to provide new insights into 14,000 years of our state’s history — accessed through information dots. These tours also include introductory overviews from museum staff, to introduce important themes covered.
Ready to delve virtually into “The Story of North Carolina?” Be sure to follow the museum on social media for updates as it expands its virtual offerings. You can also stay up to date on all events and exhibits at the museum website: ncmuseumofhistory.org.
Even when the museum reopens at full capacity, such tours will enable schools to better prepare for field trips and will open up the exhibition to audiences outside the building who cannot travel to Raleigh for in-person viewing.
The North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh, a Smithsonian Affiliate, fosters a passion for North Carolina history. This museum collects and preserves artifacts of state history and educates the public on the history of the state and the nation through exhibits and educational programs. Admission is free. For more information, call 919-814-7000.