Let's face it: Disney parks are expensive. Like, take out a second mortgage on your home expensive. OK, maybe not that extreme, but you definitely shell out a pretty penny when taking your family to the happiest place on Earth.
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So, if you can't afford to visit one of Disney's parks (or if you just don't have the time or energy) there's a way to experience the magic without leaving your house.
Google Maps has added 11 Disney Parks to Street View, giving you access to anything and everything in the parks. You can walk through Cinderella's castle at Disney World, check out the Blue Bayou restaurant inside the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland, or walk through different countries at Epcot.
Street View is also a great way to get the lay of the land if you're planning a visit to one of the parks. Or if you just need a quick little Disney pick-me-up (it's a thing).
Obviously sitting on your couch and scrolling through Street View isn't the same as actually visiting a Disney park, but for Disney fans, Disney at a distance is better than no Disney at all.