We recommend a system called "Virtual Tour of College Infrastructure" that gives a virtual college tour to visitors, such as students, parents, and guests. They may be interested in learning about the facilities and infrastructure offered by the college. For this, students must really travel to the college campus, which will take a lot of their time and effort and cost money for those who live ... [Show full abstract] far away. The suggested solution offers a virtual perspective of the infrastructure at the college in order to address this problem. This enables visitors access a certain department or lab from a distance. Additionally, it can be displayed at the College's main gate to assist visitors in finding a certain student, member of staff, or lab by outlining the precise route through the "Search" module. Virtual reality is essentially how this technology operates. Combining two or more photos to create an image panorama is the procedure. The method of producing an image panorama from a collection of photos with overlapped fields is known as image stitching. The process of stitching together photographs is difficult because of issues including noise-corrupted images, indexing a lot of images, high image resolution, parallax, and scene motion. Another difficulty is getting rid of seams that are noticeable. This work applied a feature-based automatic image stitching approach to obtain a broad seamless panorama.