Amazon’s Spheres are now partially accessible to the public; here’s how to get in

            <img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/fy/fydr0e1lia9bxpao.jpg?fit=crop&auto=compress%2Cformat&w=1200" border="0" /><em>Amazon&rsquo;s Spheres, a botanical gardenlike workspace for the retail giant&rsquo;s employees, are primarily a private space.
But the company has set up a few ways for the public to access the geodesic domes — in downtown Seattle on Lenora Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues — starting Tuesday, when the Spheres officially open to visitors and employees.



The Amazon Spheres will now be open to the public, however getting in may be tricky. There is the option of getting in on the ground floor to see an exhibition about the Spheres, and a much more difficult option of joining a guided tour of the entire headquarters. 
Inside the Spheres at Amazon headquarters in Seattle. Image: Seattle City Council/Flickr.
Amazon has created an exhibit space called Spheres Discovery at Understory, located on the ground floor of the spheres. The space will showcase all the details about the design and
housed within Amazon's newest addition to their Seattle headquarters. Admission is free, but you will need to make a reservation for your visit. 
Amazon Spheres in the company's Seattle headquarters location. Image: iTecnologia/Twitter.
Getting in on the guided headquarters tour will give you access to the employee-only areas. These tours are offered on Wednesdays and include a stop at the Spheres, while they are free they are also booked through Ju...

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