Kid-Friendly Attractions In Alum Rock, CA
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Genius Kids is an award winning learning center with 3 locations in Fremont and soon to become a national and global franchise. Our focus is Accelerated Learning and early education.
"Happy Hollow Park & Zoo connects people to nature through play!"
Rotary PlayGarden is the Rotary Club of San Jose's centennial gift to the community. It is managed by Guadalupe River Park Conservancy, a non-profit org.
The Los Altos History Museum showcases the rich history of Los Altos and surrounding areas, including the transformation of the agricultural paradise once known as the "Valley of Heart's Delight" into the high-tech Silicon Valley.
Now in its second decade, Vivace Youth Chorus of San José welcomes young singers from all areas of the community.
Spend unlimited time inside our giant play structure, enter the world of Laser Tag, bump into your friends with Bumper Cars, and celebrate your birthday in one of our decorated and hosted private party rooms.
New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU), formerly The Museums of Los Gatos founded in 1965, is a public non-profit art and history museum located in the Civic Center Plaza in downtown Los Gatos.
The award-winning Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose offers over 150 interactive exhibits and programs with broad themes of community, connections and creativity inviting self-directed, open-ended explorations. Visit www.cdm.org.
“Eye Level is based on an educational principle where students learn at their own pace. When a teacher understands the learning needs of a student, the teaching are most effective.”
Almaden Quicksilver County Park is located at: 21785 Almaden Rd San Jose, CA 95120
The Tech Museum of Innovation is a hands-on technology and science museum for people of all ages and backgrounds.
Adventurous Co is a bay area organization creating Adventures through local communities. We build storytelling adventures to incite imagination, drive exploration, and family bonding.
Aqua Adventure is a 3-acre family-oriented waterpark located on beautiful Lake Elizabeth/Central Park in Fremont, California.
Aqua Adventure hosts corporate and group outing as well as birthday parties, family reunions, and special events.
A nonprofit environmental education center, organic farm, and wilderness preserve. "Inspiring a just and sustainable future through our programs, land, and legacy."
The Community Recreation Center, located in Central Park, is the hub of recreation activities and programs for the City, serving residents of all ages. Residents get first priority for class sign-ups, and a preferable rate, where applicable.
Architecturally inspired by the Temple of Amon at Karnak, it houses the largest collection of Egyptian artifacts on exhibit in western North America -- including objects from pre dynastic times through Egypt's early Islamic era.
Founded in 1998, BayLUG (the Bay Area LEGO Users Group) is a registered non-profit California Unincorporated Association. BayLUG is a self-organized club of LEGO enthusiasts that holds public meetings, and exhibits at local events.
The 150 year-old Farm is an educational center where the public, school classes, and community groups can observe and participate in a historic working farm. The Farm produces food on-site, such as fresh eggs and seasonal orchard produce.
Go behind the scenes in the high-tech world of California’s famed Silicon Valley. See the inside of an ultra-clean, highly automated silicon chip factory & connect with technologies that give us new ways to work, learn, play, and communicate.
Offers a variety of recreational activities among treasured live oaks and majestic redwoods. Home of Palo Alto’s municipal swimming pool. On the north side of the park is the Lucie Stern Community Center and the Junior Museum and Zoo.
The Museum of American Heritage is dedicated to the preservation of inventions and technology created between 1750-1950.
Communication Academy, located on Bollinger Road in Cupertino, specializes in increasing students’ communication skills and thereby increasing their self-confidence.
Spend the afternoon at the Computer History Museum’s new state of the art large-scale exhibition. Learn about 2000 years of computing, from ancient times to today’s Internet.
The JMZ is a place where children and their caregivers come to explore, discover, create and play. Through hands-on science exhibits and a diverse community of live animals, your child's natural scientist will be nurtured.