Visit the Temples, with Google Street View

Google Maps
Google announced today the addition of “Street View” to the Salt Lake City area of Google Maps. What does that mean? You can now virtually visit any street across the entire Wasatch Front, from Pleasant View to Santaquin. You can drag the panoramic photos around with your mouse and look in 360 degrees, click the arrows on the street to move up and down the street and walk around the block, and click the zoom buttons to zoom in and out. You can even use the arrow keys on your keyboard to virtually drive down the streets. It’s fantastic.

I thought it would be fun to visit all eight temples in the valley which have Street View enabled. Now anyone in the world can feel like they’ve seen and walked around these temples in person. See all the interactive temple views below. (Works best in Firefox):

Salt Lake Temple – Expand/Collapse

Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple – Expand/Collapse

Ogden Utah Temple – Expand/Collapse

Bountiful Utah Temple – Expand/Collapse

Jordan River Utah Temple – Expand/Collapse

Provo Utah Temple – Expand/Collapse

Draper Utah Temple – Expand/Collapse

Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple – Expand/Collapse

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