Walt Disney Parks and Resorts has been working with Google to develop a virtual tour of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and other properties, USA Today reports. Visitors will be able to see rides like Splash Mountain, hotels, and other attractions in 3-D.
While the interactive map was to go live May 20, it’s apparently not ready yet. “Mickey and friends are working away to make it great, but it’s currently still in development,” reads a note from the Magic Kingdom.
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