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Explore the best 3D art, virtual world exhibits and museums in Second Life.
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Take a stroll along this beautiful boardwalk, where you'll find seagulls, dogs, and a unique display of Morality Monkey artwork. After seeing the story behind the three wise monkeys, take a hot air balloon tour of Dogland Park.View this destination »
This scissor-happy superheroine, who was unleashed in a freak sewing accident, invites you to join her in a fairytale caper! Put on the free superhero outfit, cast some snippy spells, leap on a thunderapple, kick rogue peas out of bed and spin spiders 'till you're giddy! Interactive art by Maya Paris, with music by March Macbain.View this destination »
The Treebeard Art Gallery and Museum features several original exhibits, as well as a lounge area, cafe and tropical beach.View this destination »
In the real world, art that repeatedly falls on its visitors might be grounds for a lawsuit. Thankfully, your avatar is well-equipped to sit in a pile of worn-out couches and enjoy the Petrovsky Flux, which grows like a cluster of molecules, then blows itself up before restarting the cycle.View this destination »
Samandiriel is the creative and imaginative island home of Second Life Resident Dorian Cao and The Jewell Theatre. Step outside and discover a land full of beautiful domed structures, including a theater, forest paths and bridges, and medieval-style cottages.View this destination »
What do you get when complexity emerges from simplicity? Find out at the Aho Museum on NMC Campus West, where you'll experience this immersive (and positively trippy!) multi-media art exhibition.View this destination »
SLACC offers a place where up to 28 artists can exhibit their galleries of work together. Events are organized to help foster a creative spirit, and there are tutorials for new Residents so they can learn to recreate their art in Second Life.View this destination »
Retreat to SaliMar, a peaceful and creative escape in Second Life. In this small, medieval village, you'll find art exhibits, sculptures and other imaginative surprises.View this destination »
The range of art on display in this elegant gallery runs the gamut from unique paintings and sculptures to full interactive art exhibits. There's also shopping downstairs and an auditorium on the roof for live music events.View this destination »
Holding regularly rotating exhibits of sculpture, painting and photography by a variety of Second Life artists, the Born Museum is a popular — yet peaceful — destination for all art lovers to enjoy.View this destination »
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