A tropical island themed region. Includes a public-access sandbox for building.
A psychedelic region by the Museo del Metaverso on the Italian-language Craft grid.
A recreation of Canada’s historic Central Hotel in Rossland, British Columnia by Jeeper Shim. The hotel was later renamed the White Wolf. Region also has a newspaper kiosk for the OSGazet, and a hypergrid teleportation portal.
A mountainous build with working cable car ride. The feeling of vertigo wasn’t helped by having to ride on the top of the car, instead of safely inside — especially since flying is turned off in the region.
The central region of the French-language Logicamp grid. Includes rental housing, a restaurant, some free boxed-up avatars, and a teleport guide to other regions on the grid.
A popular plaza on the German-language Metropolis grid. Includes a dance club, a live music venue, art galleries, and freebie shops with furniture, buildings, vehicles, tools, and storefronts promoting other in-world destinations.
This modern-style region, owned by Dorena Verne, is home to “Dancing Desire, Dorena’s Dream Disco” and includes a shop with free avatars and a hypergate teleportation portal. A note of warning: the freebie shop has images of topless female avatars.
A lovely little tropical island grid, currently composed of 9 regions. Includes a tastefully decorated tropical home, a tiki-style dance area and a small meeting area, with seating for 18. Peaceful island atmosphere, and a hypergate portal to other worlds. (HG 2.0)
A freebie furniture store operated by Snoopy Ffeiffer, who also owns the Dreamland Metaverse OpenSim hosting company.
One of OSGrid’s favorite freebie stores, operated by Snoopy Ffeiffer, who also owns the Dreamland Metaverse OpenSim hosting company. Look around for free avatar shapes and skins, hair, and accessories. There is also clothing, landscaping supplies, even houses. The region also includes a hypergate portal to other worlds.