Ever Wanted To Tour Abbey Road Studios? Google's Got You Covered

15 April 2015, 14:39 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09

Inside Abbey Road with Google 4
Liam Dryden

By Liam Dryden

Street View in the studio!!!

Ahhh, Abbey Road Studios: home of the Star Wars soundtrack, Kanye's Late Orchestration, and a certain notorious traffic-infuriating tourist trap of a zebra crossing.

But until now, only a few fans of London's historical musical landmark will actually have ever had the chance to, y'know, go in. But thanks to a new project from Google titled "Inside Abbey Road", anyone can have their own private virtual tour of the venue.

Inside Abbey Road with Google

In a Street View-esque browsing experience, users can wander around Abbey Road's three main recording studios and mastering suite, with more than 150 360-degree panoramic images being captured inside. The tour also serves as a bit of a virtual treasure hunt; each room offers a number of interactive things to be discovered, including videos, actual guided tours, and excerpts of musical history.

Inside Abbey Road with Google

While you're wandering around, you'll also be able to hear the feint, 360-degree audio of artists practicing throughout the building. It's pretty freakin' awesome.

You can check out "Inside Abbey Road" here, and watch the introductory video below.

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