Jump to content

Featured News

  • entries
  • comments
  • views

Contributors to this blog

Highlights from the Second Life Destination Guide 05/27/2016

Sign in to follow this  
Xiola Linden


As we say “goodbye” to the month of May, we say “hello” to more new events and places to explore via the Second Life Destination Guide!

Cica Ghost returns with another beautifully built region you will want to drop by and get your photography skills ready and share your pics on our Official Second Life Flickr page!

For those looking to honor the memory of those who have given their lives in the pursuit of freedom, there are inworld Memorials that you can visit and pay your respects.

If you know of a spot inworld that isn’t in the Destination Guide, but should be, drop us a line at the submission form.

See you inworld!


3rd Annual Castle Home & Garden Contest

The Castle, Home and Garden Contest is a virtual competition which takes through June 4. Contestants from all over Second Life use the building tools provided within SL to build their own castles, homes or gardens. More at chgrfl.com.

Visit in Second Life



Lollygagger Art Event

Nine of Second Life's best artists have come together to exhibit their works for two months at Lollygagger Lane. Event ends July 23.

Visit in Second Life



Arachnid by Cica Ghost

“Once you begin watching spiders, you haven't time for much else.” ― E.B. White

Visit in Second Life



The Mill

The Mill, a charming rural sim with many picturesque spots, is perfect for a picture and a relaxing time. Enjoy the beach, walk in the town area, ride a horse or simply sit and admire the view. Hop on the tram to the beach or sit and relax in the town's cafe. The Mill offers much to discover and photograph!

Visit in Second Life



Beautiful Suicide

Embrace yourself, for something has happened here. Why did that train crash? Was it the erupting volcano? Why does is look so beautiful but yet there is a hint of murder or perhaps suicide along the way. Where did all the people go? Is that really a drunk alien? A carnival? I just don't understand!

Visit in Second Life



Summer Highline Park of Lapara Towne

Olde Lapara Towne has an abandoned railroad bridge that runs right through the historic downtown. It has been disused so long, that trees have grown, and picnic baskets have sprouted! Come take a walk on this urban wonder, get a view of the streets below, come see the SLRR mainline from high up, and look at the beautiful parcels owned by the neighbors. Summer only. Explorers welcome.

Visit in Second Life



Millhouse Beanery

Come and explore the newly reopened and rebuilt Millhouse Beanery! Take in the photogenic landscape and keep an eye open for all the hidden treasures as you weave your way through the trees on the grassy trails, ending your journey at our vintage/rustic coffee house where you can hangout and chat with friends or snuggle up with a loved one.

Visit in Second Life



Royaume De Versailles

Welcome to a little slice of heaven. Royaume De Versailles is a Mediterranean coastal island that has it all.

Visit in Second Life



The Path To Freedom

The Path to Freedom memorial was made in honor of all who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces and the millions that have been affected through the many wars that this country has had to face.

Visit in Second Life



Operation Enduring Freedom Memorial

Visit this memorial dedicated to those who lost their lives in Afghanistan.

Visit in Second Life
Sign in to follow this  


Recommended Comments

There are no comments to display.

  • Create New...