Apple Park Visitor Center opens in Cupertino

All photos courtesy of Apple Inc.

The Apple Park Visitor Center at 10600 N Tantau Ave. in Cupertino opened on Friday.

The Visitor Center, which opens daily, is described as an extension of the new campus’ modern aesthetics. Upstairs, a roof terrace offers scenic views of the Apple Spaceship and “some of the 9,000 native and drought resistant trees on the grounds,” the company said.

“As they return to the first floor they are invited to visit the cafe surrounded by olive trees or the store with Apple’s full range of products and exclusive Apple and Apple Park branded merchandise.”

Visitors can also experience “a 3-D model of Apple Park brought to life by augmented reality technology,” according to a company statement.

Read more about the Visitor Center here.

1 Comment on "Apple Park Visitor Center opens in Cupertino"

  1. Will Apple ever allow Cupertino Residents access to walk campus trails, beyond just visiting the building for the Visitor Center? This was discussed during the City Planning process!

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