Each Second Life destination has a maturity rating of General, Moderate, or Adult. You can choose to show or hide destinations based on their maturity rating.
Learn more about maturity ratings.
Looking for some of the best virtual world locations? Editors' Picks features fun places to explore in Second Life.
Page 1 of 2
Play PaleoQuest, Second Life’s new dinosaur adventure, for fun and prizes! Collect ancient artifacts, rocks, and more as you explore the island - then redeem them for gifts and even Linden Dollars!View this destination »
Seasons of Life represents a person's life cycle combined with the scientific seasons of the Earth. This exhibition is by Johannes1977 Resident and is located on LEA4.View this destination »
Travel back to the year 1867 and visit an expansive virtual replica of Pfaffenthal in Luxembourg City. This project is part of an exhibition at the Luxembourg City History Museum, but you can also explore from home in Second Life.View this destination »
Visit The Egg, a new beautiful LEA installation by Livio Korobase. Of course, since there is an egg – there are also chickens. There’s a lot to see and play with here, but we recommend you ride the paper airplane.View this destination »
Explore 40 shops and join the fun at the Okinawa Summer Festival, held through August 24.View this destination »
Beowulf & King Arthur's Court @ Camelot is the newest build of Literature Alive! This free interactive build hosts Alfred, Lord Tennyson's Lady of Shallot and the Knights of the Round Table. Residents can take the "Knights Quiz" to determine if they are worthy of the role! Residents can also visit the Grand Hall and learn of the trials of Beowulf, the mighty hero, and win treasures for trivia!View this destination »
The McFly Project - Step into the past and explore the world that once was and find your way in to the future. Just be careful to watch your step along the way.View this destination »
Explore the exclusive creations of 66 designers in the latest round of Kustom9, a recurring fashion/design event in Second Life.View this destination »
Giovanna Cerise was inspired by "Tristan and Isolde," the drama of love par excellence, to create this installation. A lunar atmosphere and romantic environment welcomes you to the soundtrack music of Richard Wagner.View this destination »
Unia is an immersive horror survival game bursting with twists, turns and fight-for-your-life experiences. Players will need their wits about them to solve puzzles and find clues to what’s really going on with the mysterious disappearances in the sleepy town of Molimo. Who or what is behind this horror?View this destination »
Page 1 of 2