Earlier this year, we were incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to visit the ATLAX Experiment at CERN, one of the four massive particle collision detectors around the Large Hadron Collider. The facility is surprsingly open, and public access is granted, though limited. So when I was there, I asked the ATLAS outreach coordinator whether they had reached out to Google to bring Street View cameras on site to photograph the detectors. Apparently, Google had already visited in 2011, but permission to post those panoramas was held up in bureaucracy. They're finally online today: ATLAS, ALICE, CMS, and LHCb.