The Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site has virtual tours through google arts and culture. The theater celebrates the legacy of President Abraham Lincoln and explore the American experience through theater and education. During his 12th visit for a performance of Our American Cousin, Lincoln was shot and passed the next morning at the boarding house across the street. It has stayed closed for more than 100 years but later reopened in 1968 as a National Historic site and working theater. It is now available to experience this significant site, virtually. Users can stand in the middle of the theater and click through as if they were actually there. The site allow allows access to the halls around the theater that provide a lot of information.