Google Maps Disney Parks

Street View within Google Maps has always been a fun and easy way to virtually walk through the streets of different cities and towns. Now, Google has sent a camera crew into Disneyland and Disney World to capture the magic found within 11 Disney Parks…

Announced just this morning, Google now letting anyone take a self-guided tour of both of Disney’s theme parks in the United States. To try it out for yourself, just head on over to Maps, type in Disneyland, and launch Street View.

Some of the destinations that Google points out to visit in Street View include California AdventuresPandora – The World of AvatarEpcotEpcot MoroccoDisney Magic Kingdom ParkDisney SpringsGuardians of the GalaxyMickey & Minnie’s HousesHollywood Studios, and the Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.

Here’s hoping that Google takes its Street View Trekker camera to the rest of the Disney Parks worldwide so everyone can explore and see what magical experiences can be had at the different theme parks.

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