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Microsoft Visitor Center, Redmond
(3.3/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • My partner is a huge Microsoft fan so we went there for him. This was the number one thing he wanted to in Washington, however, it turned out to be a bit of a disappointment. You just walk around and ...  more »
  • Had a spin through the Visitors centre and found a great showcase of new products. There is also a bit of history of Microsoft. 
  • All these new technologies, and so interesting about youth and adults. Parking is no problem. Free admission for visitors. Made beautiful pictures. There is a café and a shop where you can buy gifts from Microsoft
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  • Great place! I think that as the world leader in multiple area's the place has a lot to improve upon. If I'm coming here to learn or to show off the compamy I would like alot more.
  • A public portal into a mostly closed organization. A small computing museum and a company store are open to the public. Worth the trip to pick up fairly affordable Microsoft logo clothing of various types. Lots of interesting nick knacks for the home or office.
  • If you want to experience how big a company can be, go there. They literally have a town of their own! Plan your visit ahead of time to see all the attractions.
  • Small but very clean and lots of Microsoft product. However, the shop there doesn't have every thing like Bellevue shop like Surface, Band, Xbox etc. It is also expensive, even for employees to get merchandise. For example, a simple keychain or card holder with a zip line cost 5$.
  • Really cool to test out the technology and great branded store inside as well. Lots of great gifts and fun shirts.