Offering virtual visits to the world's great cultural heritage monuments....

Flyover Zone takes you to the world’s most extraordinary cultural heritage sites from the comfort of your home or school. Our virtual visits, or teletoursTM, are led by experts in the field. On a teletour, you can visit the sites and monuments by moving around it and seeing the details up close, experiencing the visceral thrill of “being there.”

Flyover Zone’s teletours do more than take you to see the monuments as they look today. When they have been damaged or reduced to their foundations, we also show you stunningly beautiful virtual reconstructions of how they originally looked. The result is that you can go back in time and experience the world’s great heritage sites the way the ancients did.  Visit historic places such as Rome, Athens, and Karnak just by turning on your phone, computer or VR headset – Flyover will teleport you there in an instant!

Flyover Zone is where virtual tourism meets virtual time travel…

We bring the world to you...

Flyover Zone is an acknowledged world leader in the emerging field of virtual tourism (or, “teletourism”). Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus, we have received shoutouts from media outlets such as the Smithsonian Magazine, Travelmag, Traveler Master, and Corriere della Sera.

Now there is an alternative way to travel to faraway places. For the price of a cup of coffee, you can take one of Flyover Zone’s many teletours to the great sights of world cultural heritage. You don’t just see the monuments: you learn about them from our expert guides. With a VR headset such as the Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, or HTC Vive, you can even have fun fighting like a gladiator or racing a chariot in ancient Rome. 

Otherwise, no special equipment is needed: our products run on laptops and PCs as well as on VR headsets.


Hadrian's Villa Reborn: South Theater
Coming soon: Flyover Zone takes you on a teletour to a part of the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Villa that is on private property and not open to the public. See the theater as it appears today and also travel back in time to see it in its glory 1,880 years ago...
Egypt Reborn: Tomb of Ramesses VI
Coming soon: a teletour of the well-preserved tomb of Ramesses VI in the Valley of the Kings...
Our teletours appeal to kids of all ages!
Our teletours are being used all over the world from North America to China and by people of all ages.
Teletours run on smart phones, tablets, laptops as well as VR headsets
Our teletours can be experienced on just about any device--from smart phones, tablets, laptops, and PCs to VR headsets. The content is always the same no matter what the device!
Great Monuments: Casino dell'Aurora
Coming soon: the Princess Boncompagni-Ludovisi takes you on a tour of her private residence in the heart of Rome. See this lovingly preserved 17C building with its famous paintings and bawdy statue attributed to Michelangelo...
Baalbek Reborn: Temples
Coming soon: a teletour of the World Heritage Site of Baalbek in eastern Lebanon. Go on a teletour Flyover Zone created in partnership with the Lebanese Ministry of Culture and the German Archaeological Institute.
Flyover Zone featured in the Uffizi Gallery, Florence
Flyover Zone was honored to be invited to present Rome Reborn at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. We've also presented our work at Harvard, Purdue, the University of Pennsylvania, and many other museums, public libraries, and universities in N. America, Europe, and China.
Rome Reborn: Roman Forum
Flyover Zone's best-selling teletour takes you to the Roman Forum in the heart of the Eternal City. With over 45 stops and up to three hours of content, the tour is an ideal way to start learning about ancient Rome and its civilization.
Rome Reborn: Colosseum District
Our teletour of the Colosseum includes the neighboring monuments. Here you see the cult statue of the goddess Roma inside one of the sanctuaries of the Temple of Venus and Rome. The statue no longer exists, but our talented artists were able to reconstruct it from illustrations on ancient coins.
Our teletours are being used in many colleges
Flyover Zone's Rome Reborn teletours are in use at many colleges throughout the world, including in study-abroad programs in Rome itself. Here you see it in use at Indiana University.
Coming Soon: Athens Reborn
Flyover Zone is hard at work creating Athens Reborn. The first teletour will present the Acropolis. You guide will be Prof Jenifer Neils, Director of the American School for Classical Studies at Athens.
Flyover Zone's Time Warps show you the ruins today
Flyover Zone's "Reborn" series of teletours feature accurate reconstructions of the monuments, and we also provide Time Warps so you can see their condition today. Here you see a Time Warp of the South Theater at Hadrian's Villa.
Our reconstructions are created with the help of experts
Here you see our Director of 3D Modeling working in Berlin on "Baalbek Reborn" with the help of two experts at the German Archaeological institute.
Rome Reborn frequently presented at the American Academy in Rome
Presentations of Rome Reborn have become a regular feature of the famed Classical Summer School of the American Academy in Rome.
Historical Games make history fun
Flyover Zone teaches you about the gladiatorial combats or chariot races in ancient Rome. Then, you're invited to try your hand as a contestant.
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Preview our teletours...

Visit the Colosseum and nearby monuments on Flyover’s teletour. In addition to the Colosseum, see the Ludus Magnus (the gladiators’ training camp), the Temple of Venus and Rome (the biggest place of worship in the ancient city), the triumphal arches of Titus and Constantine, the monumental fountain known as the Meta Sudans, and–last but not least!–the Colossus of the Sun. The teletour has over 20 stops and takes about 2 hours.

Take a virtual hot air ballooon ride over ancient Rome and see Flyover’s complete digital reconstruction of the ancient city, the product of over twenty years of work by an international team of experts. Teleport from one end of the city to the other and learn about the principal monuments, urban infrastructure, geographical features, economy, religion, burial customs, and much much more. The teletour has 35 stops and takes about 2 hours.

Rome’s city center, the Roman Forum was the urban hub of streets, culture, politics, and religion. A visit to the Forum gives you an overview of the entire sweep of Roman history and institutions. Learn about the buildings and monuments as well as the leaders responsible for erecting them. Go inside the Senate House and atop the Rostra. Toggle between “then” and “now” views of the monuments. The teletour has 45 stops and takes up to 3 hours.

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