Legoland CA captured in Google Street View
Legoland California has become the first United States-based theme park to be mapped by Google's Street View cameras, the L.A. Times Travel & Deal Blog reports. Street View is a feature of the search giant's Google Maps service that allows users to look around a given address or area as if they were standing in the middle of the street. To get the photos for Legoland, Google sent a three-wheeled cycle — with cameras mounted all around the top — through the park in May 2008. The report notes that visitors' faces, and even some apparel and T-Shirt logos and graphics, have been blurred out for privacy reasons; the Street View team recently photographed Universal Studios Hollywood, but those images aren't expected to hit the service until 2010.
To see the park in Street View, follow this link.