Google Maps Adds All Disney Parks to Street View [u]


Google has announced it has added Disney Parks to its Street View feature in Google Maps, which lets users venture to far away places with 360 degree views.

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According to Google Street View Program Manager, Deanna Yick, she explains in a company blog post, “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.”

Here’s the list of Disney Parks available in Street View (updated for clarity):

  • Magic Kingdom Theme Park
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
  • Epcot Theme Park
  • Disney California Adventure Park
  • Disneyland Park
  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios
  • Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
  • Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park

Street View within each park includes castles, rides and “attractions to infinity and beyond.”

Save your money folks—just let your kids visit Disneyland via Street View (right?!)!

Click here to download Google Street View for iOS in the App Store.


  • Salinger

    As an admitted Disney geek, this is awesome! But as a Disney geek, I have to point out that Pandora is a land within Animal Kingdom, not a theme park unto itself. As well, Disney Springs and Downtown Disney District are shopping areas, not parks, so really it’s 8 parks. 🙂 Sorry, I know no one else cares, but I just felt it needed to be pointed out, the same way I do when someone says they’re going to “Disneyland in Florida” 🙂

  • haha, thanks for this. Help me clarify the list, I’m not a Disney expert!