Travel through time by exploring early computer technology and then the latest products from Apple.
You’ll start at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. There’s all kinds of tech, such as robots and the early internet like Ask Jeeves. You can even have a seat in Google’s self-driving car. See some of the first Apple products like the Apple I, the Lisa computer, and the NEXT Computer that was featured in the Steve Jobs movie.
The second stop, Apple Park Visitor Center, introduces you to Apple’s 175-acre corporate campus. The 2.8 million-square-foot main building, or “spaceship," is considered to be one of the most energy-efficient buildings on earth. It houses more than 12,000 employees.
A highlight of the facility is an aluminum model of Apple Park designed for augmented reality. Using a custom iPad, you can view the model in AR, where the model immediately jumps to life. Surfaces fill with vegetation, lights, and facts, giving you a closer look at the campus.
The tours are indoors at two-story buildings. Both sites feature cafés that sell food and drinks.