Disney Park Features Hidden Characters on Google Maps

Google Maps offer a fun way to take in street views of destinations around the world right from home, but have you ever looked at Disney Parks and Resorts virtually? One Disney Park has the most magical street views we’ve seen on Google Maps, with hidden characters around every turn!

TikTok user Anna Stanton shared a video of her discovery of the hidden characters at Disneyland Paris, take a look below:


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♬ Un Monde QuiS’Illumine – Disneyland Paris

Favorite characters were added to the street view feature on Google Maps for Disneyland Paris at the end of last year, adding a little bit of extra magic to the park’s 30th anniversary whether you are visiting in person or taking a virtual stroll through the park.

Disneyland Paris Google Maps

Credit: Google Maps

Characters included on the Disneyland Paris street view include Donald and Daisy, in their classic outfits, Goofy (dressed perfectly for where he is standing in Frontierland!), Chip and Dale with looks inspired by Pirates of the Caribbean, the classic Disney theme park attraction that can also be seen in street view right behind the duo, and more.

Disneyland Paris does showcase some characters that Guests who typically visit Walt Disney World or Disneyland in Anaheim might consider rare, and you can even spot a couple of them on Google Maps. For instance, when was the last time you saw the March Hare from Alice in Wonderland (1951) in the Magic Kingdom?!

Disneyland Paris Google Maps

Credit: Google Maps

Disney Princess fans will be delighted to see Belle in her gorgeous ball gown on Google Maps, and completing the lineup of characters are some familiar faces from The Lion King (1994) like Rafiki and Timon.

Aside from characters, the Google Maps street view offers expansive views of all areas of Disneyland Paris, from Discoveryland to Sleeping Beauty Castle and more. If you are looking for a leisurely virtual stroll, we definitely recommend taking a look! Head over to Google Maps to check it out for yourself.

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."

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