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Microsoft Visitor Center, Redmond

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  • The welcome center was nice, you can explore products and purchase even. BUT there is nowhere onsite to EAT! We were lucky to have my uncle (which we were visiting) pop down and check us in as visitor...  more »
  • Not much to see, quite bland. The only thing of interest are the new Studio devices that you can play with. Not worth the time unless you're already on-campus.  more »
  • Given the history of microsoft, windows, and everything they've created for the last 30 years, the visitor center is very weak. I walked through the 40 or so exhibits in about 15 minutes, and didn't n...  more »
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  • Anyone can visit the visitor center anytime. They have parking available for visitors although this can be a challenge if you visit during busy hours. The visitor center involves a display of most of their products. My favourite part was the store that had branded items. You need to dedicate at least 2 hours if you want to test and use most of their products and still shop at the store the lines can be long. Make sure you carry an ID or a passport it is required upon entry.
  • Considering that this place is free, it is definitely worth visiting if you've never been here before. You get to walk through several interactive displays and can play different games at their Xbox One stations. There is also a large Microsoft gift shop with hundreds of unique items.
  • The Microsoft Visitor center is an excellent place to Take non-techies, and possibly even a date. You can play with all the latest Microsoft games and gadgets. Not really a tourist spot, but it is a nice place to take friends and family to get an understanding of the IT industry in general.
  • A nice place to go if you're interested in anything about Microsoft or if you want to buy some Microsoft branded stuff. They have an exhibit of all the current Microsoft products and you can generally experience everything on offer. It also gives a great history about Microsoft. Also kids can get their own Future employee Microsoft badges if you ask at the reception.
  • Great for us Kid-adult. I think us adults had more fun then my kids. Definitely bring the family here. You can spend a lot of time laughing and giggling in this place.