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Cliff Palace Square Tower at Mesa Verde National Park

Mesa Verde Virtual Tour on CDROM
Explore Sites Rarely Seen by the Public

Experience special access sites documented in collaboration with the National Park Service!

Explore, learn, and experience the sites of Mesa Verde through over 45 interactive panoramas, site maps, interpretive text, glossary links, and more!

New Centennial Edition!
With new incredible panoramas from non-publicly accessible areas including Oak Tree House, Spring House, Mug House, Fire Temple, and New Fire Temple!

Pan and zoom to explore each panorama! Travel through the park and surrounding areas using the interactive maps and images on this Virtual Tour! Plays on your computer. Mac and PC compatible.

360 Degrees of Mesa Verde National Park - Virtual Tour on CDROM Centennial Edition

Explore Centennial and hard to reach sites such as...
Natural Spring at Spring House Mug House
Natural Spring at Spring House at Mesa Verde National Park Mug House at Mesa Verde National Park
Balcony House Cliff Palace
Balcony House at Mesa Verde National Park Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde National Park

Sites included on the program include the following:

     + Badger House: Basketmaker Pithouses
     + Badger House: Two Raven House
     + Badger House: Pueblo Village
     + Badger House: Badger House (2 views)
     + Balcony House: Back Passage
     + Balcony House: Southwest Rooms
     + Balcony House: Kivas
     + Balcony House: Northeast Rooms
     + Cedar Tree Tower and Kiva
     + Cliff Palace: Back Rooms (closed to the public)
     + Cliff Palace: Alcove (closed to the public)
     + Cliff Palace: Kiva Q (closed to the public)
     + Cliff Palace: Large Boulder
     + Cliff Palace: Round Tower (closed to the public)
     + Cliff Palace: Square Tower
     + Cliff Palace: Canyon View
     + Cliff Palace: Entry View
     + Cliff Palace: Overview from Above
     + Far View Complex: Far View Reservoir
     + Far View Complex: Far View Tower
     + Far View Complex: Far View House
     + Far View Complex: Coyote Village
     + Far View Complex: Pipe Shrine House
     + Long House: West Rooms
     + Long House: Plaza
     + Long House: North Rooms
     + Long House: Overview

     + Mug House: Overview
     + Mug House: Northern Rooms
     + Mug House: Central Rooms
     + Mug House: Southern Rooms
     + Mug House: Water Catchment Structure
     + Mug House: Adobe Cave
     + New Fire Temple
     + Oak Tree House: Kivas A & B
     + Oak Tree House: Kivas C & D
     + Spring House: Spring
     + Spring House: Northern Upper Alcove
     + Spring House: Central Upper Alcove
     + Spring House: Southern Upper Alcove
     + Spring House: Southern Block
     + Spring House: Kiva C
     + Spring House: Leaning Tower
     + Spring House: Overview
     + Square Tower House
     + Sun Temple
     + Spruce Tree House Kiva
     + Spruce Tree House North Rooms
     + Step House: Pithouses
     + Step House: Overview
     + Step House: Upper Level
     + Farming Terraces
     + Fire Temple

360 Degrees of Mesa Verde National Park makes these distant or difficult-to-access locations accessible to teachers, students, and park service personnel. The interpretive program makes it possible to explore and learn about sites that people want to visit but cannot, either due to distance, weather, lack of accessibility, or simply because some sites are always closed to the public. However, if you have had the pleasure of visiting the National Park in person, the 360-degree Virtual Tour is a terrific way to share your experience with friends and family. We help you take nature home!

About the Southwest United States National Parks and Monuments:
For more than 700 years, the area now known as Mesa Verde National Park was inhabited by the people we call Ancestral Puebloans of the northern San Juan region. Attracted by the relatively mild climate, the long growing season, and the decent amount of precipitation, these Ancestral Puebloans moved to the mesa top where they farmed the land.

As their prosperity increased, so did the population and the complexity of their society. Changes in their culture are echoed in the architecture they left behind. From pithouses to above-ground pueblos to cliff dwellings, the ever-increasing complexity of the housing is a reflection of the parallel developments in the societal structure of the Ancestral Puebloans.

Learn More About Mesa Verde National Parks:
To learn more about the parks visit the National Park Service website at:

Learn More About Mesa Verde Museum Association:
The Mesa Verde Museum Association supports the park and operates bookstores with educational products. To purchase other products about Mesa Verde and learn more visit the website at:

Special thanks to:

This program was developed with the assistance of the National Park Service and the Mesa Verde Museum Association. Special thanks to the interpretive staff of the National Park Service for ensuring the accuracy of all content provided in this program.

Interpretive Virtual Tour Testimonialss
"As a computer specialist for Mesa Verde National Park, I was surprised the park did not have more hands-on or interactive programs for visitors when I joined the park in 2001. Most of the exhibits contain historical artifacts behind glass, which is great for displaying items to our visitors. The technology era we now live in supports so much more for people to see and do when they vacation. The 360 degree exhibit Four Chambers installed at the Far View Visitor Center assists Mesa Verde National Park to provide an interactive medium for presenting important cultural resources of the park to our visitors. Especially to people who may not be able to attend live tours in the cliff dwellings. The 360 degree virtual tour application can take them there and provide essential interpretive information about cultural resources of the park. In my opinion, the virtual tours are a great way to expand our visitation to Mesa Verde."

--Flint Boardman
Mesa Verde National Park


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