MUMFORD – Genesee Country Village and Museum, in partnership with Google Trusted Agency, Business Photos America, has announced that the entire campus, both inside and out, has been photographed and is now available as a virtual tour accessible from your desktop, tablet and smartphone.
According to a press release from GCV&M, over a period of six weeks and some 40 hours of shooting, Business Photos America captured more than 700 panoramic images of the museum, from the ground and the air, including areas that are normally closed to the public.
You can take the complete tour on the museum website here.
With the completion of the imagery, GCV&M is now the largest living history museum in the United States to be completely mapped on Street View and is one of the largest projects to have been photographed thus far since the project began in early 2012.
Fifty-three structures are included in the tour.
Details about building history, video of the village in motion and supplemental audio will all be added in the coming months.
Business Photos America is also sponsoring the Civil War reenactment this coming weekend (July 18 and 19) and will have a booth just outside the admissions area, inviting visitors for a more in-depth look at the tour.