The Lee-Fendall House Museum & Garden, located in Alexandria near Washington, D.C., interprets American history through the experiences of the people who lived and worked on the property from 1785 to 1969. The walls tell many stories, and the exhibits allow visitors to experience a vivid window into the past. However, this museum—like most during the pandemic—has had to restrict the number of visits at times. A great solution to that is virtual visitation made possible through the 3D/VR digital twin. My XR consulting business, Palladian Virtual, recently helped out the Lee-Fendall House with a careful scan of the rooms.
Next up will be text and other features that will allow visitors to delve even more deeply into the rich history of this home and its occupants.
Visit the virtual tour on your PC (or, even better, use an Oculus Quest for the VR experience): The Lee-Fendall House Museum Virtual Tour