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Microsoft Visitor Center, Redmond

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.3/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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  • There is a small tech display area with brief history (pictures of founders). Some samples of Microsoft products and thats it. Drove 1 hour for basically nothing. Parking is hard to find in the mornin...  read more »
  • Worth a visit, not far from downtown Seattle. Free admission. Diversified gift shop. For who is the area's interesting seeing the history of computing and software development. For the younger ones, the opportunity to play unreleased games, try innovative applications. I think the 2 3 hours is a long time to stay in place, no more than that. Unless you want to walk around campus.
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  • Very humble visitor center of a great company. Also a nice shop where you can buy shirts etc with Microsoft logo. 
  • Awesome.. being in Microsoft.. all the ages we use this interface and now inside it . wow. the place is very nicely maintaines.. campus cafe area and all perfect for people to generate some creative ideas.
  • Very cool experience to see the Microsoft campus and they have a great store with tons of memorabilia. Would have loved a bit more hands on with some of the Microsoft hardware, but all in all a great experience! Parking can be hard to find as well.
  • Wow. This place is big. Cool stores and food. Worth a stop but expect big crowds at times.
  • Lovely place. Very peaceful in the afternoon. Great to meet with friends after work
  • It's a cool visitor center where you can check out the best products out on the market from Microsoft. You can also buy their swag. However it's pretty small and doesn't really offer a big glimpse into the history of Microsoft or their founders (though there is an interactive history in photos).
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