Wish you could take a trip to Walt Disney World or Disneyland? Just hop on Google Maps, because the amusement parks are now available in street view.
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The tech company announced the news this week, revealing that you can virtually visit the tourist spots right from your home.
"We're all about new fantastic points of view. Today Street View is going the distance, from California to Florida, to make Disney part of your world," the search engine site wrote on its blog. "Be our guest at 11 Disney Parks, and with Street View, anything your heart desires will come to you—castles, rides, attractions to infinity and beyond."
You can see 360-degree views of attractions, including Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios, and folks on social media are thrilled. A few took to Twitter to share their excitement.
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CHECK IT OUT: Google Maps has added Disney World and Disneyland to its Street View feature. You can now explore Pandora and the Magic Kingdom from home. https://t.co/vUMBwlT7zu pic.twitter.com/tHJJH67QCb— Ashley Carter (@AshleyLCarter1) March 6, 2018
Oooh. I visit Disney World all the time on Google Maps, but not on street view.— Becca Brogan (@rebecca_brogan) March 6, 2018
Google Maps published Street View for Disney World i.e. a whole week of lesson planning I don't have to do, thanks Google! https://t.co/hQhd0Vl2bn— Abel Iraola (@miamiabel) March 6, 2018
@googlemaps Thank you for adding Disney parks to Google Maps. Do you think you could add Universal Studios? I've always wanted to visit Harry Potter World— buckeyes2018 (@EPGLP) March 6, 2018
you can now go through disney parks with google maps, there goes my productivity today...@DisneyParks @WaltDisneyWorld @googlemaps— Marc L. Reda (@MarcLReda) March 6, 2018
Last October, Google released a feature that allows people to explore the moons and planets of the solar system.
Users can click through 16 celestial bodies including Mars, Mercury, Venus, Pluto and the moons that orbit other planets. You can even make a pit stop at the International Space Station. Take a look here.
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