7 Virtual Tours of Texas

John Steinbeck once said, “Texas is a state of mind.” It’s a line that resonates as much now as ever with all of us currently staying safe at home. While you may not be able to travel to Texas just yet, you can keep the Texas spirit alive by bringing a little piece of the state into your home with these virtual tours. They’re a great way to prepare for your next Texas adventure when the time is right.

Livestream Austin Concerts and Events

Live music doesn’t have to stop when you can livestream concerts. Turn your living room into the newest venue in The Live Music Capital of the World, and enjoy these daily, weekly and special event shows by Austin artists and musicians—including archive broadcasts from ACL Live TV.

Explore the George W. Bush Presidential Library

Located on the SMU campus in Dallas, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum offers an in-depth look at our 43rd president—even from your couch. Explore photo and video galleries, flip books, 360° artifact images and more from this consequential presidency.

View the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Click through more than 75 pieces of iconic and moving modern art from the collections at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Works range from oil paintings to photography to sculpture exploring the whole of the modern art era.

Explore Space Center Houston

Explore Space Center Houston as if you’re really there by downloading their immersive mobile app experience. Offered in multiple languages to inspire many young minds, the app features virtual tours, photos, videos, audio and 360° content to engage STEM learning.

Remember The Alamo

Take a virtual tour of one of Texas’ most historic landmarks—The Alamo. This UNESCO world heritage site became a rallying cry for Texas independence in 1836. Explore the many different areas of this iconic Texas landmark in panoramic 360°.

Tour the Texas State Aquarium

Discover the underwater wonders and sea life of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean at the Texas State Aquarium. If you’re looking for things to do at home with kids, the Aquarium is currently offering free distance learning programs that are streamed live (as well as recorded), the aquarium lets viewers explore a variety of daily lessons as well as various at-home activities.

Visit The Rainforest at Moody Gardens

From the Gulf Coast in Galveston you can explore the abundance of plant and animal life at the Rainforest Pyramid at Moody Gardens. Exhibits span the globe from African, Asian and South American rainforests.

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