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Microsoft Visitor Center

15010 NE 36th St, Building 92, Microsoft Campus, Redmond, WA 98052-5317
+1 425-703-6214
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A brief look at the current and future products of Microsoft

The visitor center is located on the Microsoft campus, which is nice to get around on if you have... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
CarloHelmond
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Helmond, The Netherlands
The "City" of Microsoft

Yes it's a city within a City! It's huge! Block after block. Perhaps 100+ blocks! Campus's! Each... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Bernice S
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North Carolina Mountains, North Carolina
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The Microsoft Visitor Center is located in Building 92 at the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, WA. Inside the Microsoft Visitor Center you will see how Microsoft is Empowering People and Organizations around the world. Be able to get hands on with Microsoft's latest consumer technologies. As well as see a bit into the future, with cloud computing and other interactive displays. Photo I.D or Passport, may be required to obtain a Visitor Badge to enter the Microsoft Visitor Center. Parking is available on the surface lot in front of Building 92 in marked Visitor parking spots, with overflow parking next door at Garage 99 on 150th Ave (opposite side of Building 92 from the surface parking lot). This is the only area of the campus open for the public. Our hours change frequently, please contact us for the current weeks hours.
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15010 NE 36th St, Building 92, Microsoft Campus, Redmond, WA 98052-5317
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+1 425-703-6214

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Reviewed 2 days ago

The visitor center is located on the Microsoft campus, which is nice to get around on if you have the time and are in the neighborhood. The visitor center is quite small (for comparison, the gift shop is bigger). It shows the founders of the...More

Thank CarloHelmond
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Yes it's a city within a City! It's huge! Block after block. Perhaps 100+ blocks! Campus's! Each section is called a "Campus." Microsoft also has its own fleet of shuttle vans, bus's, taxi! To take employees from campus to campus! Each campus has it's own...More

Thank Bernice S
Reviewed 1 week ago

We ate lunch at one of the many Microsoft restaurants they have available on the site. And we found the store full of wonderful things to buy. We enjoyed the tour.

1  Thank cathye789
Reviewed 1 week ago

Building 92 (there's 110 buildings on main Campus) also home of Microsoft Company Store. You can purchase Microsoft logo-ed merchandise. Microsoft employees can purchase for you Microsoft Software at cost, hopefully you know someone who works there. Visitor center details the beginning of Microsoft from...More

Thank Vmanfromtx
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This place is cool for young and old alike. I loved seeing a prototype of pc. The thing looks like a small power generator. There are so many activities to engage visitors. Parents and children can find something for their respective ages. Across the welcome...More

Thank TERRY S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a self guided tour. They have a lot of the products that I was not aware of are on Display. I found a keyboard that I really liked and was able to try it out. The new Surface Studio which is an all...More

Thank ravenlady
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The "contents" of the center is changing, so what you've seen once might not be the same next time. They used to have the old computer and phone used by Gates, now they don't. Right now it is pretty much a showroom of cool tech...More

Thank Pavel K
Reviewed 12 June 2017

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 visitors, but really, no access to food anywhere...More

1  Thank MazzyDog
Reviewed 25 May 2017

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.

Thank Kirruu
Reviewed 12 May 2017 via mobile

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 need to spend anymore time there. The gift shop as...More

1  Thank Dhavekost
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cdandersib
24 March 2016|
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Response from Slyuso | Reviewed this property |
It's free. Parking is free, too. I'd say you need from one hour to one hour and half. You might want to extend it and take a walk around the campus. The Visitor Center is located on the north side of the SR 520. The old... More
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cdandersib
24 March 2016|
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Response from saherahwal |
The tour is free. Visitor parking is free as well. The tour is not too long maximum 1.5-2 hours. Have some time reserved to walk around the Microsoft Commons campus.
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yusuf1482
27 November 2015|
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Response from CCurtis_11 | Reviewed this property |
You can do it in as little as about, or as long as 3. There is the history of MS, technology, and current products to get your hands on
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