Apple Park is the $5 billion headquarters of Apple, a glass-walled, circular building located in Cupertino, California. The building is an exquisite example of blended architecture and totals 1 mile in circumference, though it is closed to the public.
What isn't closed to the public, however, is the Visitor Center across the street, a combined exhibition, store, rooftop terrace, and cafe that serves as an 'architectural extension of the main private campus'. Inside this center you will be able to 'explore, shop, and attend Today at Apple sessions', all of these experiences together providing fans of Apple with an unmatched company experience.
Of course, first and foremost this center is an Apple store, providing all the normal merchandise plus some exclusive Visitor Center only merchandise to all guests. There is also an exhibition on site describing the architecture of the main campus as well as an Augmented Reality experience that allows you to 'peek into the campus through an iPad''. Head up the Jony Ive-designed stairs and you will reach the rooftop terrace, which provides the closest view of Apple Park Campus available. Head to the cafe for a quick pick me up, then try to attend any of the happening Today at Apple sessions you can, with examples such as Hour of Code, Quick Start Sketching with an Apple Pencil, and Quick Start Portrait Photography, just to name a few.
If you can't seem to get enough of Apple take a quick 6 minute trip over to Infinite Loop, Apple's old HQ where the iPhone was invented.