Google Android Lawn Statues

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Google Android Lawn Statues

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Michelle G
Prien am Chiemsee, Germany22 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
Off the main road. Many lawn statues, some of which were in need of repairs. Free parking. Gift shop around the corner. Lots of different kinds of products. Here T-shirts started at 25$. Surprisingly able to use Apple Pay here.
Written January 21, 2020
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Gardengel-IoW
Crawley, UK579 contributions
Feb 2020
We wanted to walk around the complex but couldnt find where to park. We asked one of the 'information' girls and she told us to park by the gift shop and walk back. That was several minutes away in the car but we found it and parked. Went into the shop which was interesting - in a marketing way same old stuff just with google name on but a couple of google specific things. Nice staff.
Sculptures outside are fun.
We decided it would take too long to walk back to complex as this was supposed to be a flying visit so passed on that.
Dont go out of your way for a visit
Written March 16, 2020
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Sachin K
Plainview, NY5,842 contributions
Feb 2019 • Family
A visit to Google Android Lawn Statues in Mountain View, California was a lot of fun. One gets an opportunity to click several pics of these decent sized statues. Certainly worth visiting.
Written December 1, 2019
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rzmz89
chicago, illinois65 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
The statues are cute. The area is small and the day we went there was no problem with parking. The gift shop is also in the area so you could get Google merchandise. It does not take long to visit the area. Great area for pictures. If you are google fan, you will like it.
Written July 4, 2018
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MandyMcCain
North Richland Hills, TX64 contributions
Oct 2016 • Family
This is only a place to take photos, but it's great! It's a "garden" of statues made up of all the different Android operating systems since the beginning.
Written December 2, 2016
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W8687OGandresm
Miami3 contributions
Jul 2016
On our last day of our trip we decided to make some last minute stops Google headquarters being one, sad to say it was July 5 and all the offices and tourist store were closed. We were still able to walk the grounds and take silly pictures, would have loved to have seen it alive with all the google employees riding the Google bikes and full of life but something is better than nothing. My kids had a blast and that alone was worth it, if your in the area and have the time, stop by! Just make sure it's not on a holiday or on the weekend.
Written July 12, 2016
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mmmtt
Bath62 contributions
May 2016 • Solo
Well, "Don't go out of your way for it" is certainly good advice. I did, though; walked from Ames NASA visitor centre to Google to see the store (which you can now visit without having a Googler in tow. Woohoo!)

Note: on the way from the one to the other I walked past the Computer History Museum. You can actually do this half-loop, Ames to Computer History Museum to Google, if you don't mind crossing the freeway a dizzying number of times. If you do, then pay more attention than I did, and realise that the Computer History Museum is mostly closed until Wednesday. So don't do it on a Tuesday if you hope to see more than a couple of rooms of the Computer History Museum.

I had my own reasons for visiting this location, and I imagine most people would have lost interest before expending that much shoe leather. If that's you, drive straight here for five minutes or don't bother at all.

It's genuinely pretty cool of Google to provide something for world+dog to visit, and to make it far more reasonably priced than Dear Old Apple to boot (yes, expensive as the merchandise may be, it's still way cheaper than the iFruit version). And it's worth wandering around this way if you feel like an aimless little hike around Mountain View.
Written May 11, 2016
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BillyB32
Spartanburg, SC136 contributions
Dec 2015
During our December visit, the statues were in a parking lot, roped off by police tape. Not quite the photo-op we had imagined (or seen pictured on so many Android websites). Marshmallow Andy was missing his marshmallow!

The Google Store nearby was pretty good though -- lots of products to choose from. There was also a visitor center (separate from the store), but we didn't have time to venture into that office and see what it was all about.

If going to view the statues, use "2041 Landings Dr, Mountain View, CA 94043" for your GPS, not "Googleplex". It's a good 10 minute walk from the Googleplex (which is squeezed for parking) and the actual location of the statues.You can also trying searching "Google Dessert Sculptures" to get the exact location you need to visit.
Written December 30, 2015
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mini
Fremont, CA161,920 contributions
Mar 2020
We had fun seeing the various Google Android Lawn Statues They are by the Google Store,

Children would love to see these colorful statues as well.

its free to see.
Written April 2, 2020
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johanekenstierna
Lund, Sweden2,456 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
a magical and forgotten place.
Once the shining star 🌟 of google now worn and abandoned.

Still worthy a visit because of all the history...
Written February 10, 2020
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