Apple could be partnering with China's biggest LCD manufacturer for its future iPhones. Reuters/Mike Segar

Apple’s new campus isn’t just for employees, you can go visit too.

Apple’s long awaited “spaceship” campus, Apple Park, has been in the works since 2013 and will soon be ready for its first employees and visitors. The park will have a Steve Jobs Theater, a gym for employees, walking trails, an orchard, a visitor's center, an Apple store and a cafe. The current Apple campus has a store but no visitor's center or cafe.

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The new Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, Apple's new campus. Apple

Employees will start moving to the 175-acre Cupertino campus in April, and the company expects the full move to take at least six months to complete. However, visitors won’t be able to explore the site until a later date.

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Apple Park will open to employees in April. Apple

Not only did Apple transform the area the park is on into a green space, the buildings will be some of the greenest most energy efficient buildings on Earth. The new Apple campus location is powered by renewable energy and more than 9,000 trees were planted on the grounds, according to a release from Apple. The buildings are equipped with solar panels that will help provide up to 17 megawatts of solar power and the innovative buildings are vented naturally and expected to not need heating or cooling for nine months of the year.

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The new Apple Park sits on 175 acres of land. Apple

While the proposed building plans and renderings don’t give specific square footage measurements for the visitor centers, they are named for the roads which they are accessible by in the building plans and are on the East and West sides of the park.