Apple aficionados have a new way to indulge their tech obsession: trips to the Apple Park Visitor Center. Located across the street from the company’s new “spaceship” building, the glass-walled visitor center is now welcoming folks seven days a week.
In addition to the usual products and merchandise, its on-site store is stocked with exclusive Apple-and Apple Park-branded swag (need another tote bag, deck of cards or baseball cap?). A cafe with indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a roof terrace, allow visitors to relax and take in the natural surroundings, including an olive grove.
While the Apple campus is private, the public can get a glimpse of it from the rooftop, or take a tour of sorts thanks to a topographic model and an iPad equipped with an augmented reality app. 10600 N. Tantau Ave., Cupertino,
Originally published in the January issue of Silicon Valley