10 Downing Street opens up to Google Street View

Few members of the public are allowed inside Number 10 Downing Street, with the Prime Minister’s residence one of a handful of British landmarks that has remained off-limits to tourists.

But online visitors can now virtually walk its halls after a partnership with Google allowed its famous halls and rooms to be included on Google Maps’ Street View.

Users will from today be able to navigate the 332-year-old building, including the Cabinet room, the Thatcher Room – used as the late prime minister’s main office – and the rose garden, where the first press conference of 2010’s Coalition government was held.

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