Take a Virtual Stroll Inside B&H Using Google Street View

B&H is one of the most popular retailers in the photo world, but most customers haven’t set foot inside the physical superstore in New York City, one of the largest photo stores in the world. If you’ve been wondering what it looks like on the inside, you can take a virtual tour through Google Street View (click the arrow pointing into the building). Starting late last year, Street View started including imagery of the inside of some buildings in addition to its street-level views.

B&H Photo Video in Google Maps (via ISO 1200)

  • Nancy Phillips Ward

    This is pretty cool. Probably the closest I will ever get to being there

  • someone

    Will they close street view on Shabbos?

  • Titus-Armand
  • Guest

    It’s really from the future…

  • ZeGerman

    I loved visiting B&H when I lived in NYC.  What you can’t really comprehend by doing a “virtual stroll” is the incredible complexity and efficiency of B&H’s elaborate conveyor belt system.  It’s truly remarkable.

  • Steven Alan Worster

    Next they should make it possible for you to click on a product and it send you to the store’s page so you can check out all the specs and purchase it.

  • Jason Heilig

    Support your local businesses. At least when they carry the products you’re looking for.

  • Pat Gonzalez

    Please, please, take us to the second floor where the cameras are! : )

  • jmco

    Does not go to second floor.
    If you zoom out to get position and go too far, it kicks you to roof then street again. Useless.

  • Smarten_Up

    NO really, make the trip to NYC and put this on the top of your list!