On Thursday, the Smithsonian Institution, the United States Government, and the National Park Service announced plans to create a new virtual tour experience that will be available to the public.
The virtual tour will begin in 2019 and will cover the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, the Grand Tetons, and Grand Staircase-Escalante.
The Smithsonian will begin its virtual tour in 2019, and will feature interactive exhibits and interactive maps that will guide visitors through the Grand Teton and Grand Canyon.
In addition to the interactive exhibits, the interactive tour will feature an interactive map, which will provide a visual depiction of the locations of key areas on the Grand Trunk Trail, including the Grand Stairs, and in the Grand National Cemetery.
The new interactive tour is part of a larger push by the National Parks Service to create an experience that’s more immersive than the one found in the National Museum of the American Indian, which is free for members, and that will include more interactive exhibits.
The new interactive experience will include a number of interactive maps, including one that will let visitors enter a park in order to see how the area is organized.
Visitors to the new virtual Grand Trunks tour will have the option to enter a specific location on the Trunks Trail in order, as well as to view a map of the area that will help them navigate through the park.
The map will allow visitors to see a detailed layout of the Grand Bison, Grand Tonto, and other animals that live in the area.
The National Park service, which oversees the Grand Canyons, Grand Stilts, and more, is also looking to increase the amount of information it can present about its Grand Canyon and Grand Teton National Parks, which it says has become “overwhelmingly inaccessible.”
The National Parks service is asking for donations to purchase maps, interactive displays, and digital technology that will allow the park service to more fully and accurately display its Grand Trumps Tour.