Take a digital walk in the park with Google Street View

High Line Park, New York City
High Line Park, New York City

The Street View team over at Google have been busy over the past year recording imagery in hundreds of parks across 22 countries. Now, armchair explorers can tour some of the world’s “most beautiful and unique parks” using Google’s dedicated Maps gallery.

Parks available immediately to walk through include High Line Park and Liberty Park, both in New York City, Kensington Gardens in London, Koganei Park, Tokyo, Knuthenborg Safari Park in Denmark and Casa de Campo Parque in Madrid, Spain.

All images were captured over the past year using specially adapted Street View trikes.

High Line Park, New York City

Koganei Park, Tokyo

Kensington Gardens, London

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