ByTom Cox, writer at Creators.co
Staff writer for Moviepilot. Tweet me @thomascox500
Tom Cox

Have you ever looked up the location of a celebrity on Google maps? Now you can use the search engine to scour the inside of Batman's house and cave as it appears in Batman v Superman!

Simply entering "Bruce Wayne's Residence" in the search bar leads you to a 360-degree tour of the inside of Wayne's Batcave. Apparently it's in a rural area outside Detroit, but for our purposes it can be considered as sitting just a few miles from Gotham. If you live near there, why not check it out for real?

A quick mosey around reveals the set of Ben Affleck's domestic life from the new blockbuster DC bonanza. First to appear is the living room. It's all very bachelor chic — dark leather, crushed suede and stone floors. The computer imagery is so high-def you can count the paperclips on his desk and see the brush marks on his carpet.

Then you can click through to the underground lair where things get really masculine. The Batcave contains none other than his Batmobile, an old suit vandalized by the Joker, all of the weapons from the Bat's utility belt and his laboratory-cum-office.

Check out the awesome images of the interior:





To inspect the not-so-secret Batcave yourself follow these steps:

1. Type in "Bruce Wayne's Residence" into the search bar.

2. Click on "Residence" under the stars in the blue column on the right.

3. Click on the top option: "Bruce Wayne's Residence"

4. Click on "See inside" in the column on the left

5. Click around the building to explore the cave!

The Reviews

Some jokers (gettit?) saw they were able to write about the place and have penned a "review" imagining what it would be like to go to this place.

At the time of writing, 985 have seen fit to tell the world what it was like to drink tea with lovely Mr. Wayne. With an average of 4.9 stars, reviewers were overwhelmingly positive. Here's a sample:

Source: Google maps
Source: Google maps

What DC place would you like to explore on Google maps?

Source: Google Maps via Nerdist

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