With the advent of the Internet, a wealth of free information has become available. One fascinating and extremely useful sort of information is aerial maps. On a computer with Internet access you can find these maps free from a number of sources.
Visit Google Maps by typing in http://maps.google.com. In the text bar, type an address, business, or popular destination and click "Search Maps." You can zoom in or out using the sliding bar on the left side of the map and move the map by clicking and dragging it.
Visit Bing Maps by following the second reference below. Type an address, location, or business into the text bar on the left side of the page and hit "Enter" on your keyboard. On the top left of the map, click "Aerial" to view an aerial shot of the map. Zoom with the slider on the left side of the map.
Use Yahoo! Maps to view aerial images. Visit the website in the third reference and enter the location in the text bar on the left side of the page. Hit the "Enter" key on your computer. When the map appears, you can switch it to an aerial photo by clicking "Satellite" on the top right corner of the map.