Get the world’s geographic information at your fingertips
Take a virtual journey to any location in the world. Explore 3D buildings, imagery, and terrain. Find cities, places and local businesses.
Explore the world from anywhere
Whether on your computer or on the go, see the world the same way you’re used to seeing it, in 3D.
Start your virtual adventure
Take a trip to a faraway place, stroll through a 3D forest and travel back in time.
Upgrade to Google Earth Pro
Get advanced measurement tools and additional import options, print in high-resolution and more.
Google Earth lets you fly anywhere on Earth to view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3D buildings, from galaxies in outer space to the canyons of the ocean. You can explore rich geographical content, save your toured places, and share with others.
Google Earth 7 features:
Google Earth is fully-featured for desktop users with three different versions: Google Earth, Google Earth Pro and Google Earth Enterprise.
Use the Google Earth plug-in to enjoy 3D views of the globe on sites across the web or try Earth view in Google Maps.
Explore the world from the palm of your hand, at home or on the go. Available for Android and iOS devices.
See 3D models of spacecraft and zoom into 360-degree photos from past space missions.
Explore cities, buildings and structures with the 3D Buildings layer and create your own 3D models
View NASA images, take tours, see 3D rover models and browse 360-degree panoramas.
Zoom to distant galaxies, view constellations and learn about celestial research from the experts.
Google Earth Plug-in
The Google Earth plug-in allows you to navigate and explore geographic data on a 3D globe using a web browser.
Embed the plug-in
With the "3D Buildings" layer in Google Earth, anyone can view 3D models of buildings, monuments, fountains, bridges, towers, museums, homes and much more. While you're in Google Earth, click on a 3D building to open a ballon with more information on the location. To start exploring in 3D, try one of the tours below and download to view in Google Earth.
The 3D models you see in Google Earth are created by users all over the world. Anyone can add models to Google Earth - it's fun and easy to do. Try out our free 3D modeling tools: Google Building Maker and Google SketchUp.
With Sky in Google Earth, you can:
* Check out the new Slooh Space Camera layer to see live images of galaxies, objects and more
* View constellations and the movements of the planets
* Hear astronomy podcasts and read celestial research from expert sources
* Create and share your own imagery, placemarks and more