Preserve. Educate. Explore.

Our Mission

HistoryView VR, located in Boston, MA, is an interactive 3D 360° Virtual Field Trip platform for museums, art galleries, and historic sites powered by Matterport®, Leica® and Insta360®. HistoryView® educates the future by preserving history with 3D laser camera technology.

From Classroom to Field Trip – Virtual Reality

Teachers use this international educational platform as a tool to bring historical sites and museums to students in the classroom. VR headsets are not required to experience this program. It is also available on Chromebooks and tablets. Read this “how to” by Steven Bambury, Head of Digital Learning and Innovation across the JESS Dubai schools in Dubai, UAE, and listen to a segment of the podcast:

HistoryView VR has also been featured on edtech consultant, Jaime Donally’s, ARVRinEDU weekly Twitter chat. Most noteworthy, HistoryView was selected among Top 10 VR Educational Apps: For Fun & Immersive Learning by GetVR, Best 15 free Virtual Reality apps for education by VUDream, and 5 Worthwhile Augmented and Virtual Reality Tools by Edutopia.

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Participate, Donate, Suggest New Sites

Nicholas Clayton, a special education teacher in Victorville, California uses HistoryView VR in the classroom.

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”

HistoryView partners with museums, art galleries, historical heritage sites and schools to create affordable VR Field Trips of exhibits and events. We specialize in 3D scanning, 360° videos & photos, drones, interactive virtual reality tours, and we are Google Street View Trusted. Our mission is digitizing these spaces to educate the public and increasing the number of people visiting the location physically.

  • If you are a museum, art gallery, or historic site that would like to be 3D scanned: Hire a Photographer!
  • If you are a educator, edtech consultant, or school administrator: Sign Up!