11 tips for visiting Apple’s $5 billion headquarters, Apple Park (AAPL)


Apple Park

Tucked into suburban California is a new tech landmark: Apple’s $5 billion headquarters, Apple Park.

The stunning building is completely circular and features walls made out of glass. Inside of the building, which is one mile in circumfrence, Apple employees are busy working on the company’s next big thing, like the new iPhones expected to come out this September.

This means Apple Park is a special place for Apple fans and devotees. Many flock to Cupertino, California, about an hour south of San Francisco, every day to get a glimpse of what some call “the spaceship.”

Here are a few tips to get the most out of visiting where Apple’s magic happens:

1. You’ll probably need a car to get there.

There isn’t much public transit in Silicon Valley, so tourists will need to find a way to get there from San Francisco or San Jose. A car is easiest.

2. The actual campus isn’t open to the public. You can walk around the perimeter, but you can’t get inside to see either the “spaceship” building or the on-campus theater where Apple launches new products.

Apple CEO Tim Cook explained why there aren’t tours for the public earlier this year.

3. But there is a visitor’s center that’s open to the public. It’s free to the public, located across the street from the campus, and there’s plenty of parking.

It’s located at 10600 N Tantau Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014, and you can find hours and other details at Apple’s website.

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