Pyramids of Giza

Visit the last standing wonder of the ancient world

Travel back in time

Nearly 5,000 years ago, outside the ancient city of Memphis, Egyptians built pyramids as tombs for their kings. These monuments are still standing today in the city of Giza. Zoom in to explore them.

Building a behemoth:
The Great Pyramid







Tour the Great Pyramids

Take a self-guided tour through the major attractions of the Giza Necropolis, and explore one of the most famous archaeological sites on Earth.

An ancient legacy preserved

The Pyramids of Giza were built to survive eternity. So far, they’ve succeeded: the Great Pyramid is the last standing wonder of the ancient world.

The architecture of these structures is so extraordinary that historians are still unsure exactly how ancient Egyptians built them without the help of modern engineering. After 4,500 years of exposure to the elements, the Pyramids still stand like man-made mountains, reflecting the ingenuity of the people who built them. The legacy of ancient Egypt is preserved through these monuments.

Now, with Street View, the Pyramids are preserved in a whole new way. Whether you’re at home, work or school, simply drag your finger or cursor across the screen and let modern technology take you on a 360-degree tour of ancient technology.

You can also visit other Egyptian sites in Street View, including the necropolis of Saqqara, the Citadel of Qaitbay, the Cairo Citadel, the Hanging Church and the the remains of Abu Mena.

View pyramid panoramas

Slip through the sands of time as you wander through the Pyramids of Giza, now in Street View.