Take an inside look at the US offices of Facebook, Twitter, and 9 more high-profile employers

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Who says offices have to be boring?

Not everyone toils the day away in a drab cubicle farm. There are some pretty incredible offices out there.

At Business Insider, we’ve gone on numerous virtual and in-person tours of amazing workspaces — including those of Facebook, Twitter, and Spotify.

Here’s a glimpse of some of the coolest offices we’ve visited:

Jacquelyn Smith, Jessica Mai, Courtney Verrill, Emmie Martin, and Tanza Loudenback contributed reporting.

Facebook's Manhattan office is filled with amazing artwork created by both resident artists and employees. These works give the space a creative vibe.

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Celebrity sightings aren't uncommon here. If you look closely at the office's 'wall,' you'll see many famous autographs.

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Employees also enjoy numerous perks, from VR tests to gourmet breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Twitter's Chelsea office is definitely a hashtag-worthy location. Employees can sneak away to the building's cheery basement, which has a library and comfy seating for anyone looking to crack open a book.

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Anyone who needs a pick me up can also stop by Twitter's cosy, speak-easy style coffee bar. It's got lots of old records and a machine that lets you print emojis, pictures, and symbols on your brew.

At LinkedIn's Empire State Building office, visitors enter through this bright blue, almost futuristic central lobby. It's a pretty striking effect.

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The office has plenty of other little surprises, like this red lounge. 'Concealed behind the curtains are elevator doors that no longer open onto the floor and historic marble panels that must remain intact,' Lauren Foley, IA Interior Architects's lead designer on the project, told Business Insider. The red curtains are also a nod to the cult show 'Twin Peaks.'

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The office even has its own speakeasy, tucked away behind this wall of rotary phones. Employees can congregate here after work to host happy hours and mingle.

Adobe's San Jose, California, headquarters feature plenty of eye-catching spots. The office's striking look is unsurprising, considering this is the company behind creative products like Photoshop.

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There are plenty of places for the 2,500 employees here to relax and unwind throughout the day, like this rooftop patio. It's a great spot for office happy hours, too.

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See the full Adobe office tour »

Employees at Uber's Chelsea office sometimes need to use scooters and skateboards to get around the massive former warehouse where they work.

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Every week, the entire office gathers to eat breakfast together and listen to presentations.

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A fully-stocked kitchen with wine, beer, and coffee on tap allows employees to mix work and play at office-wide happy hours after work.

Yelp's Manhattan office takes music seriously. Upbeat songs keep its large sales force motivated throughout the day.

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But there are also a number of quiet spots to recharge.

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Yelp employees also enjoy tons of perks, from ping-pong to an office café.

At Kickstarter's Brooklyn office, the main attraction is the rooftop greenery. The green space features plenty of chairs to lounge in and even a vegetable garden. Dogs are welcome here, too.

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Downstairs, the office is filled with unique gifts from creators, like this picture, which depicts the solar system on the day Kickstarter was founded.

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The social hub of Kickstarter's HQ is the kitchen. Every Thursday, employees gather here for a family-style lunch.

Gnomes are pretty much ubiquitous around Birchbox's Manhattan office. They're the company's mascot, chosen for being a symbol of hard work, community, and collaboration.

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One of the most fun perks here is the office's 'PR Closet.' It's chock full of products and samples.

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The office also features cute swings for any employees in need of a break (or just some whimsy).

Unsurprisingly, dogs rule the roost at Barkbox's office in New York City's Chinatown.

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The office pups can mostly roam freely, but employees must abide by 'off-leash' hours rules to keep things from completely going to the dogs.

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The office is stocked with plenty of treats for both dogs and humans.

Spotify's New York City office has its own studio, where artists can come and create Spotify original music.

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The office also features cool decorations, like these portraits of famous poets.

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There are also plenty of musical collectibles on display, like these drumheads. They have been signed by recording artists like Nate Ruess and Joss Stone.

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See the full Spotify office tour »

In Etsy's Brooklyn office, 50% of the furnishings in the entire building were made by local artists and Etsy sellers.

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All together, that's about 750 pieces of furniture and light fixtures.

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Environmental sustainability was a major consideration in refurnishing the building. Etsy has been a certified B Corporation since 2012, which means that it is held to rigorous standards of social and environmental performance.

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But if employees want to take a break from their beautiful office, they can always take in these great views on the roof.

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