Welcome to the EarthCam Network!
Through EarthCam's live webcams, you can experience the hustle and bustle of Times Square, be a party of the action in the heart of New Orleans, see the famous Abbey Road crossing in London and enjoy a beautiful sunset over the historic Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. Explore the world now with live views! Explore your planet LIVE NOW!
New York City
Experience this street-level view looking southeast toward the heart of Times Square. Perched 12 feet above the sidewalk on Broadway between 46th and 47th Streets, watch the crowds as they stop in front of this live webcam to wave home to family and friends.
Discover one of Canada's oldest and most famous protected areas with live webcam views of Algonquin Park. Attracting 1 million visitors annually, Algonquin Park is known for a vast backcountry of more than 1,242 miles of canoe routes, over 1,100 shimmering lakes and animals including Black Bears, Eastern Wolves and Moose.
Relive the era of steam engines with EarthCam's live streaming webcam at Steamtown in Pennsylvania. This National Historic Site is a railroad museum and heritage railroad, featuring a working turntable. Hear the bells and whistles of the trains as you're transported to another time!
New York City
EarthCam presents an impressive view of the dramatic and dynamic New York City skyline. From the Hyatt in Jersey City, this camera looks across the Hudson River and features stunning high-definition images of the new towers at the World Trade Center. Image update every 15 minutes.
Discover the EarthCam network through the eyes of our fans! Explore the Hall of Fame to see the best images from our worldwide network of live streaming video and megapixel cameras. You can even share your favorites via Facebook and Twitter.
The New York Wheel promises to become one of the City's-and the world's-great landmark attractions, alongside the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Located on the northeastern side of Staten Island (St. George), the 630-foot, or roughly 60-story, attraction will be the tallest observation wheel in the world and the only one in New York City.