Google Maps Announces Disney Attractions on Street Maps

If you’re a fan of the Disney parks, here’s good news. Google has finally introduced street views of 10 Disney locations. Included are Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Typhoon Lagoon, Disney Springs in Disney World, and the California Adventure and Disneyland Parks in California.

The views allow visual access to some of Disney’s most beloved attractions and offer exploration of each park in VR– no fastpass required.

You’ll be able to use Street View to plan your next trip and determine which attractions and rides you want to see or revisit the places you went on a past trip,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement. “Whatever your dream may be, we’re delighted to bring some of the magic of Disney to your fingertips.”[1]

So, put on your Mickey ears, grab a Dole whip, crank up that Main Street, USA music, and visit the Mouse from the comfort of your computer. Google is inviting you to “Be our guest to infinity and beyond.”[2]

 

[1] http://www.travelandleisure.com/travel-news/disneyland-disney-world-google-street-view

[2] https://blog.google/products/maps/its-street-view-after-all-disney-parks-come-google-maps/

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