The Apple Park in Cupertino, San Francisco is the corporate Headquarters created by Steve Jobs; it opened in 1993, and it has a unique circular design because Steve Jobs wanted it to look like more as nature refuge than an office park. The majority of the site consists of green space planted with drought-resistant trees and plants indigenous to the Cupertino area, and the center courtyard of the main building features an artificial lake.
It is an eco-friendly campus composed of café, auditorium, wellness center, research and development facilities, transportation hub, bicycles, and a visitor center. The Apple Park Visitor Center is a unique space created for Visitors. It offers a place for learning, shopping and explore. There you can visit the exhibition where you can see the Apple beliefs, buy a souvenir in its exclusive store and admire the Apple Park from the Roof Terrace.