The Tech Museum of Innovation is a hands-on technology and science museum for people of all ages and backgrounds.
The Fujitsu Planetarium at De Anza College is the largest school Planetarium west of the Rocky Mountains and since their recent renovation, the Fujitsu Planetarium is one of the most modern Planetariums in the world.
Looking for a fun, educational and unique experience for your child this winter season? How about an outdoor adventure for the whole family?
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.
County Park’s five decade legacy of providing outstanding recreational opportunities in beautiful natural locations has resulted in one of the largest regional park systems in the California.
The Cantor Arts Center's diverse collections span continents, cultures, and 5,000 years of art history and include one of the largest presentations of Rodin bronzes outside Paris.
One of the largest museums of its kind in the nation, CDM's 150 interactive exhibits lead visitors to explore, understand and enjoy the world.
"Happy Hollow Park & Zoo connects people to nature through play!"
The Museum of American Heritage is dedicated to the preservation of inventions and technology created between 1750-1950.
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.
Amusement chain featuring mini golf courses & arcades, some branches with water slides & laser tag.
Tiny Treks is an innovative outdoor preschool program. Parents and teachers learn together through hands-on experiences which build self-esteem and encourage a love of nature.
Just on the eastern outskirts of San Jose is Alum Rock Park. It's a favorite for hiking, jogging, mountain biking, and for families who come to enjoy the picnic area and playgrounds.
Aqua Adventure hosts corporate and group outing as well as birthday parties, family reunions, and special events.
Imagine 205 acres in the heart of Silicon Valley, where time stopped about 100 years ago. Imagine a fully-functioning 1890s farm preserved in a modern world, a place for people to escape the stress of the modern-day grind.
The Museums of Los Gatos (Los Gatos Museums Association) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to harness the power of art and history to enrich life.
Enjoy the outdoors at Calabazas Park. Walk the dog, ride the bike, play basketball or tennis with your friends, whatever you choose to do, it can be done at Calabazas Park.
Preserving the historical heritage of railroading and trolleys in the Santa Clara Valley of California.
Students will learn the basics of engineering and gain an understanding of simple machines as they experiment with simple mechanism.students will learn that physics is fun.
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 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.
La Honda Winery and Post & Trellis Vineyards, painstakingly farms over thirty noteworthy one-of-a-kind private estate vineyards located throughout the Santa Cruz Mountains - Woodside, Portola Valley, Atherton, Los Altos Hills, and Saratoga.
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.
The Museum of Local History warmly welcomes visitors to come and learn about the diverse history of Washington Township (today the cities of Fremont, Union City, and Newark).
Engaging community at the intersection of art, history and education through innovative, locally connected and globally relevant exhibits programs and experiences.
Excursion train rides on the historic Niles Canyon Railway.
Discover Fremont's railroad heritage at Niles Depot Model Railroads & Museum. With many local artifacts, railroad displays, and model railroads that recreate the features of the nearby communities, it is a great educational experience.