Image: Google Art Project

Thanks to Google’s Street View, you can now take a 360-degree tour of the White House, no security clearance required.

“The White House isn’t simply a home to First Families or meeting space for world leaders, it’s also known as ‘The People’s House,’ a place that should be open to everyone,” Michelle Obama said when announcing the collaborative Google Art Project. “Thousands of people have walked these halls and gazed at the artwork. They’ve examined the portraits of Washington, Lincoln and Kennedy. They have imagined the history that has unfolded her. And now you can do all of that without leaving your home.”

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The Google Art Project, which was launched last year, uses 360-degree HD cameras to document museums and art galleries.

Go ahead, walk around. Secret Service won’t be bothering you.