- TripBuzz discovered 136 different types of activities for couples in the Los Altos area, including Parks (like Shoup Park), Hiking Trails (like Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve), Theaters (like Los Altos Stage Company) and Arcades (like Area 151 DTLA), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 512 date ideas in or near Los Altos, California, including 488 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Half Moon Bay, Cupertino, Saratoga and San Jose.
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1111 Addison St. near San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA MoreLess Info
The nonprofit Freight and Salvage Coffee House acts as a popular folk music performance venue for the local area. Workshops and classes are also held at the venue on a regular basis with a focus on traditional music.
Situated on a hill top, high above San Francisco Bay, Legion of Honor, is an art museum with few equals. With a collection that exceeds 124,000 works of art, visitors will be amazed and inspired by the artistic beauty around them.
Once considered the most secure prison in the world, Alcatraz Island is no longer home to hundreds of dangerous convicts. The prison is only accessible by boat. Many local tour companies offer nighttime tours for an extra-scary visiting experience.
The 52-acre Berkeley Marina easily accommodates 1,100 medium and large watercraft. It features an extensive fishing pier that is free to use and open to the public. Anglers do not need a fishing license to fish from the pier.
Located in Marina del Rey, the Marina del Rey Beach is a small, gorgeous beach popular with families and children. Due to its small size, it is usually not crowded and is very popular at sunrise and sunset.
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3420 Mt Diablo Blvd, Ste a, Lafayette, CA 94549 MoreLess Info
Lafayette Art Gallery is a fine art gallery showcasing artwork by both emerging and established artists. The gallery exhibits and sells artwork from a variety of artistic disciplines, such as jewelry, sculpture, oil, acrylic, mixed media, clay, metal, and glass.
Chitactac-Adams County Park is a 4.3 acre park featuring several cultural artifacts, including bedrock mortars and petroglyphs left by the Ohlone Indians. Attractions include a self-guided interpretive walk and an interpretive shelter, as well as the scenic Uvas Creek.