(WHAS11 News) - The Street View feature on Google Maps has come a long way since it was unveiled internationally in 2008. Users can view panoramic landscapes, 360-degree angles of iconic locations and get view-by-view directions.
One of the lesser known features, though, is that some locations are interactive. This feature makes some of the most notable addresses able to be explored from the comfort of the user's computer chair.
What better way to spend an afternoon than wandering up and down the streets of Diagon Alley from J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" series?