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Practice your building skills in one of the many sandbox locations in Second Life. A sandbox is a place to experiment and create for both new and advanced Second Life residents alike.
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The Seventh Floor is a sandbox for unpacking and building small objects. They've got free changing rooms, adboards for rent and a whole lot more.View this destination »
The College of North West London is one of London's largest general further education colleges. This public sandbox is open to all residents of Second Life for building and scripting on the ground or in the sky. Help is always on hand from staff and general build information is located around the sand box.View this destination »
Error is a chill spot to play with avatar mods and horse around with your friends. An ideal sandbox for everyone, the mind-bending environment even changes seasonally, so there's always something to do. The admins are fun, helpful and more then willing to show newcomers the ins and outs of Second Life.View this destination »
Welcome to Area 51, a nice and quiet sim for meeting and making some friends. There's also a sandbox, so feel free to open those boxes and root through those prims and scripts.View this destination »
This friendly and popular sandbox surrounded by rental shops is available to all Residents and is carefully moderated by its owners. There are also tutorials, a vehicle area, and a combat zone to take advantage of.View this destination »
Help Sandbox supports and encourages Residents to acquire new skills through assistance and expertise via free daily courses, freebies and other resources.View this destination »
Shop, chat or just hang out at Danish Visions, a place where you can learn to build alone or as part of regularly scheduled classes. Don't miss Café Coco, a cozy space located in the corner of this quaint village in Second Life.View this destination »
This large, public sandbox includes a sky level platform, thousands of freebies, and an auto-return time of five hours.View this destination »
Join artists in Second Life at the LEA Art Sandbox, where you can rez items, build and play, and experiment with the tools of Second Life to create art on several different parcels. The Linden Endowment for the Arts (LEA) exists to help people understand and create virtual art in Second Life.View this destination »
Test out your building and scripting skills at Sandbox Island.View this destination »
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