If you’ve ever wanted to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame but couldn’t make the trek out to Cooperstown, N.Y. then you’re in luck.
Thanks to the amazing efforts of the folks at Google, you can now tour the hallowed facility from the comfort of your couch using Google Street View or by simply heading over to the Google Cultural Institute.
Cork Gaines of Business Insider reports the Google Cultural Institute has been putting together various virtual tours of historical locations that are viewable with Google Street View. The efforts began in 2012, and as of 2014 the Baseball Hall of Fame has been included in this phenomenal cultural treasure.
This is perfect for disabled folks who may find it difficult to travel. Now, with an internet connection and a click of a few buttons, anyone can visit this national treasure.
Here is a handful of photos, courtesy of Google Street View, that offer a sample of what you will be able to view utilizing this amazing tool.
Photo Credit: Business Insider/Google Street View