Feel like doing a little armchair exploring? Now you can visit Buckingham Palace from the comfort of your own living room.
The first British Landmark to be included in Google Expeditions, the Queen's home has been mapped in 360 degrees, allowing viewers to explore the entrance, various state rooms, and the picture gallery.
The tour, which is guided by Anna Reynolds, a curator for the Royal Collection trust, highlights the palace's extensive artworks, while also pointing out desks with hidden drawers, secret entranceways, and more. And the best part is, the Queen has given the project "her seal of approval," according to the Daily Mail.
Watch the YouTube video below for the the 360-degree format, or, put your smartphone into Google Cardboard before pressing play to experience the tour in virtual reality.
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