ORLANDO, Fla. -- Want to check out Walt Disney World before the big trip -- or get a virtual view without the expense, heat and crowds?

Google announced Tuesday, March 6, it has brought its Street View feature to several Disney parks from California to Florida. It's all make-believe, of course, on Google Maps.

"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," the company wrote on its blog.

Many of the images were taken in 2016-17.

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It's not a real-time look at the park but assume, yes, there's a line for Space Mountain.

Here's a list of all the accessible parks on Street View:

--Disney Springs, dining and retail

--California Adventures


--Epcot, Morocco

--Guardians of the Galaxy

--Hollywood Studios

--Magic Kingdom Park

--Micky and Minnie's Houses

--Pandora, The World of Avatar

--Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

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