Plan Your Visit

Visit us at the Google Visitor Experience

Come by the Google Visitor Experience anytime we're open. There's no need to register ahead of time unless it's for a scheduled event with limited capacity.

Opening times

Monday to Saturday

Google store
9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Huddle, Cafe, Pop-Up Shop
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.


Google store
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Huddle, Cafe, Pop-Up Shop
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

How to get here

Mountain View has been Google’s home for more than two decades, so it’s no surprise that the first-ever Google Visitor Experience is located here.

There are multiple ways to get to the Google Visitor Experience, whether you’re driving, taking public transportation, or riding your bike.

Get directions directions

Gradient Canopy

2000 N Shoreline Blvd

Mountain View

CA 94043

Transportation Tips


Driving and parking


Public Transportation


Bicycle Parking



Free parking is available at:

  • Shoreline Amphitheatre Parking Lot C (directions), which is located north of the Google Visitor Experience at 1 Amphitheatre Pkwy (~4 minute walk). Please note that parking is not allowed on concert days.
  • Alta Garage (directions) is located at 1001 Alta Ave (~8 minute walk). EV charging is available at Alta Garage.
  • ADA parking is available at both Lot C and Alta Garage. Additionally, an ADA-accessible drop off zone is located at the western building entrance in front of the Google Store.

Tour a virtual tour

Take a virtual tour of the Google Visitor Experience in Mountain View. Created using Google Street View technology, this video offers a look inside the Google Store, Cafe, and Huddle. You can also visit Google Maps to take a self-guided virtual tour of the public spaces and art.

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Tour a virtual tour

Your questions, answered

Find answers to frequently asked questions about the Google Visitor Experience.

Do I need to pay for the Google Visitor Experience? expand_more

Visiting the Google Visitor Experience is free! You can come explore the spaces anytime during open hours, and events at the Google Store, Huddle, and plaza are free to attend. If interested, you may purchase food and beverages at the Cafe, products at the Google Store, and items at the Pop-Up Shop.

Can I bring my own food and drink to the Google Visitor Experience? expand_more

Yes, you can bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverage to enjoy in the outdoor plaza or nearby Charleston Park. Please note that indoor and outdoor patio seating at the Google Visitor Experience is reserved for those who purchase food and beverages at the Cafe.

Do I need to RSVP to visit? expand_more

No! You can visit anytime during our open hours. If you are attending an event, we do recommend RSVPing as some events have limited space.

I have a food allergy. Will I be able to eat at the Cafe? expand_more

We take food allergies seriously and want you to feel safe while dining with us. We utilize restaurant-style descriptions and naming to provide information about the main ingredients and are happy to answer additional ingredient questions and provide product labels for you to review upon request. We cook from scratch in our kitchens and handle foods that are sources of all top allergens. Our menus change frequently, and manufacturers may change product formulations without our knowledge. For these reasons, our chefs and managers are the best source of real-time information about what was used that day in production. Please notify a team member if you have any questions and they will be happy to notify a manager who will be able to assist you.

Is the Google Visitor Experience accessible? expand_more

Yes! There is a ramp up to the Google Visitor Experience from the west entrance, and doorways are ADA accessible.

Are pets allowed? expand_more

Service animals are permitted in the Cafe and Huddle. The Google Store and outdoor plaza are dog friendly.

Is this an actual visitor center about Google’s history and brand? expand_more

The Google Visitor Experience is focused on bringing the community, visitors, and Googlers together through spaces and programs designed to foster connection. While there isn’t a typical visitor center, visitors will enjoy the Google Store and other spaces that highlight Google’s brand through products, merchandise, and events.

I have a question not answered here. Whom do I contact? expand_more

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