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World's largest social media platform, located in Silicon Valley Bay Area, known for connecting billions of people worldwide.

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Facebook (now Meta) was founded in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg and his college roommates and has since grown to become one of the most valuable and recognizable brands in the world. Visitors to Facebook's headquarters can explore the company's sprawling campus, which features a range of amenities such as restaurants, shops, and outdoor spaces. The campus also includes the Facebook Visitor Center, which offers interactive exhibits and displays that tell the story of the company's history and mission. Visitors can learn about the company's innovative technologies, such as virtual reality and artificial intelligence, and how they are being used to connect people and communities around the world.

explorelosaltos 5 months ago

Meta (Facebook) does not currently offer public tours. However, it's still worth swinging by for a photo in front of the meta logo (formerly the thumbs up sign).

explorelosaltos 5 months ago

Unfortunately, there’s not much to see on campus without an employee escort, but visitors still love this spot for a quick snap next to the iconic ‘like’ sign.

chiefseeker 3 years ago

Just a few minutes outside of Los Altos, no trip to Silicon Valley is complete without a photo in front of Facebook (now meta) HQ.

chiefseeker 11 months ago

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    explorelosaltos (Explore Los Altos )
    Silicon Valley is renowned as the hub of the tech industry, home to some of the most innovative and influential companies in the world. While many of these companies may seem elusive, there are several that offer tours and visitor centers. From the iconic Apple headquarters to the futuristic Tesla factory, these tours offer an unforgettable experience and a behind-the-scenes look at the world of tech.
  • Tech History Trail

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    Ever wonder where Jobs and Wozniak built the first Apple computer or Sergei Brin and Larry Page wrote the first lines of code that would become Google? On this Tech History Trail, you'll follow the paths of some of the most iconic tech companies, from their garage startup roots to the utopian mega-campuses they are today.
  • Local’s Guide to Silicon Valley

    chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff)
    Silicon Valley is the birthplace of tech and home to corporate giants such as Facebook, Google and Apple and prestigious institutions such as Stanford. With beautiful weather year-round, hundreds of parks and pathways buzzing with academics and dreamers and rich history around every corner, theres a reason I’ve called Silicon Valley home for the past 20 years. #seekerchallenge
  • Hometown Guide to Los Altos

    chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff)
    Welcome to Los Altos! I’ve lived here for over 20 years, and I’ve been lucky to explore the best my hometown — and the Greater Bay Area— has to offer. Here are my all-time favorite restaurants, bars and attractions. Whether you’re a local or tourist, these are places you absolutely can’t miss.