The Mona Lisa is a well-known image. So well known, in fact, that some people argue that seeing it in person doesn't really add to the experience. For certain car fans, the original Acura NSX is probably just as awe-inspiring as Da Vinci's painting and--thanks to Google Maps--they may have to make a similar judgment about whether it's worth the trouble of seeing one in person.

Google recently added the Lamborghini Museum to street view, allowing users to tour two floors of Italy's best supercars from the comfort of their desks. Now, it's done the same with Honda's museum.

The Honda Collection Hall is located at the Twin Ring Motegi in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. That's a bit of a haul for many people, even though the collection is pretty impressive. Amid the Accord and Civics, you'll find retired race cars, obscure production models like the Beat micro-sports car, and even Honda's Asimo robot.

Google street view covers all three floors of this Honda goodness. It's the perfect way to waste an afternoon on the Internet without feeling like a loser. After all. you're "traveling."

To see the Honda Collection Hall for yourself, click here.


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