Google Presents The Hidden Worlds Of The National Parks

The National Park Service turns 100 and to celebrate, Google presents a virtual platform of these hidden treasures.

It is the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service – the federal agency and government service for the national parks in the US – this month. Google officially announced that in honor of the NPS Centennial (100th anniversary of National Park Service), Google Arts&Culture offers online exhibits and virtual tours for five different US historic national parks.

The service allows exploration of the panoramic views of these famous sites, with 360˚ street view tours. Anyone can take a virtual tour of the most amazing National Parks within the platform.

Here’s the commercial video of the service:

Titled as  “The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks,” the 360˚videos can be viewed here. In the videos you can explore the beautiful images from Kenai Fjords, Hawai’i Volcanoes, Carlsbad Caverns, Bryce Canyon and Dry Tortugas.

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Don’t miss out what’s behind the story:

In honor of the NPS Centennial, the Google Arts & Culture mobile app is both on iOS and Android. The videos can be viewed using Google Cardboard.

Everyone should see these great, breathtaking treasures of the nature.

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