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Create tours and maps

With creation tools, you can draw on the map, add your photos and videos, customize your view, and share and collaborate with others.

Are you interested in a place?
Travel the world in satellite imagery and marvel at 3D views of terrain and buildings in hundreds of cities. Would you like a look at your house? Just zoom in and then look at it from a 360 ° perspective in Street View.
How about an adventure with Voyager?
Join a guided tour led by a world-renowned author, renowned scientist, or nonprofit organization. So you immerse yourself in foreign cultures and playfully test your knowledge of the world.
Where is Carmen Sandiego?
The world's greatest master thief is back. Follow the clues to track them down!
Experience some of the most impressive and mysterious landscapes with Google Earth.
Visit traditional dwellings around the globe in Street View and experience the different facets "home" can have.
Crab migration on Christmas Island
Follow the Christmas Island crab as it migrates from the inland forests to the coast where the animals spawn.
NASA satellite imagery and photos of astronauts reveal the English alphabet in landforms and natural phenomena of our planet.
Where is Carmen Sandiego?
The world's greatest master thief is back. Follow the clues to track them down!
Experience some of the most impressive and mysterious landscapes with Google Earth.
Visit traditional dwellings around the globe in Street View and experience the different facets "home" can have.
Crab migration on Christmas Island
Follow the Christmas Island crab as it migrates from the inland forests to the coast where the animals spawn.
NASA satellite imagery and photos of astronauts reveal the English alphabet in landforms and natural phenomena of our planet.
Your tour on Google Earth
Meet three people who use Google Earth to protect rivers, inspire students, and visit their native land.
The India Literacy Project has teamed up with Google Earth to show children more of their world on virtual excursions through India.
3D images - a look behind the scenes
Google Earth is a photorealistic and digital version of our planet. Where do the pictures come from? How are they composed? And how often are they updated? In this video you will learn more about pixels, layers and the people who create Google Earth's 3D images.
In 2018, numerous mapping and technology specialists from nonprofit organizations met in California to learn more about Google's mapping tools and to discuss global changes.