The Virtual World Project presents interactive virtual tours of archaeological sites in Israel, Palestine, and Jordan. The project is designed to aid in the teaching and study of antiquity (read more . . .
Select the Help button “?” for information on using the project.
The Virtual World Project uses HTML5 and thus requires the most recent version of Safari, Chrome, or Firefox. The project does not support Internet Explorer.
Partial funding for the project has been provided by the Kripke Center, the Graduate School, and the Creighton College of Arts and Sciences at Creighton University, and the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Religion.
Coastal Plain & Carmel Hills
Southern Jordanian Desert
Stone & Chalcolithic Periods
Persian & Hellenistic Periods
Goggles or cardboard viewers enable the most intense immersive experience. A wide variety of viewers can be purchased online, and the panoramic images are viewed on a smart phone.