Bellingham Virtual Museum of
Bellingham's site offers information on various aspects of the history of radio
US Aviation Museums
The Selfridge Military Air Museum is located in the grounds of the Selfridge
Air National Guard Base, which was opened as Selfridge Fiels in1917. The Museum
has a collection of 23 aircraft on display.
Institute of Standards and Technology Virtual Museum
This site contains information on the development of weights and measuring
equipment, and information about up and coming exhibitions.
Pioneers of Computing
This site provides links to sites containing information about the people and
places which have made a significant contribution to the development of
Museum of Radio and
This site allows the visitor to view the development of radio and the
technology needed to create tramissions.
Virtual Museum of Computing
This site includes a collection of WWW hyperlinks connected with the history of
computing and online computer based exhibits avaliable both locally and around
Wings of History Air Museum
This site displays detailed information about the history of aviation, through
education, preservation, restoration and flight.
This WW II Submarine can be seen from
many angles, and in great detail, on this site. The site shows pictures
from areas like the control tower to the battery room. Each page
is annotated with relevant, informative text.
National Museum of Science and Technology (Canada).
A database comprising of both scientific
and technological instruments, this site gives clear descriptions
in when, where, and how format which is factual but understandable
for people of all knowledge levels.
Museum Of Paper making
The virtual tour takes the visitor around
the museum as it is laid out in real life. Each section has relevant
text to the history, development and spread of paper and paper making
throughout the world.
Offering possibly the best virtual
museum on the Internet at the moment the Smithsonian uses modern
technology to display the technology of the past. Each exhibit can
be seen in a number of ways, from revolving 3D images to audio/visuals.
The text displays are comprehensive and detailed enough for users
of all knowledge levels. A must for all internet museum browsers.
Downloads are required for full operation of the site.
Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester
Split into science, power and transport,
this site gives an assortment of atrefacts and exhibits with virtual
of Science and Technology.
The only permanent exhibition
is about plastics, the temporary exhibitions change on a regular
basis. The permanent exhibition looks at the developments in plastics
since the 19th Century. With pictures and broad text this site gives
a good overview of the process and technology used in the production
Yokohama Science Center
This Japanese museum looks at space
and science for children. The site shows its interactive displays
and explains how they are used. Aimed more at younger people it
still has useful information and pictures.
RA17 and RA117
Images and information
about the Racal RA17 and RA 117 receivers created by Keith Rawlings.
background to the BT Connected Earth project and take a journey
through the extraordinary history of telecommunications. Includes
information on where you can see Connected Earth around the UK and
links to national curriculum resources and teaching material.
An online presentation
of a valve collection. Includes exhibits, data, documents and links.
presentation includes aircraft related news, books and web resources.
This US site
presents the legend of 'Kilroy Was Here' and includes unknown stories
and forgotten places as well as stories about World War II &
Korean war secrets. You can also read personal stories of combat
& home front, legends, Gremlins and foofighters.