Inside the Facebook Campus

Ever wondered how it looks inside the Facebook Offices? Take a tour through the Facebook Campus in Menlo Park, California and see how the employees of the youngest billionaire spends their working day.

Facebook employees moved into the campus during December 2011.

One of the main roads leading into the Facebook Campus is named “Hacker Way”

Hacker Square will be the cultural center, where employees will congregate for movies and parties. The red bridges are painted the same color as the Golden Gate Bridge which is a nod to the campus’ proximity to San Francisco.

The darker stones spell out the word "hack" in Hacker Square

This new smokehouse is the latest amenity on campus, drawing long lines of employees.

Chef Tim Wong, 28, sliced brisket on opening day of the new smokehouse.

Facebook engineers Bin Jian, 29, left, and Yi Huang, 31, right, enjoy lunch in Epic Cafe. The cafe was designed by Roman & Williams, the same interior designers who create the Ace Hotel in New York.

Facebook employees relax on couches for lunch at Epic Cafe.

The Shady Lady, Facebook’s main bar, with furniture acquired from Craigslist, has its own spot on the new campus.

Mini kitchens stocked with free snacks and drinks are found throughout the new Facebook campus

Mini bars also abound.

Facebook employees work in office spaces that are filled with natural light, bright colors and random art.

Throughout the offices, there are many open meeting and lounging spaces.

Another open meeting/lounging space.

Art hangs in a Facebook office space.

Employees are encouraged to add to the environment by creating their own art.

A stenciled head of CEO Mark Zuckerberg is among the random art decorating the campus.

An employee walks past a large flower mural.

All photographs by Alison Yin for The Wall Street Journal.

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