- TripBuzz discovered 141 different types of activities for couples in the Pleasanton area, including Parks (like Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park), Winery/Vineyard (like Rubino Estates Winery), Amusement Parks (All Ages) (like Alameda County Fairgrounds) and Farms & Ranches (like Airdance Farm), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 545 date ideas in or near Pleasanton, California, including 530 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Livermore, Oakland, San Jose and Fremont.
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2454 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA 94123 MoreLess Info
Located in Marina District, San Francisco, Discover Walks is a company that provides walking tours of San Francisco, accompanied by a local San Franciscan. All of their tours are free of charge.
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At the corner of McAbee Road and Camden Avenue, San Jose, CA 95120 MoreLess Info
Almaden Quicksilver Country Park is a great place for a day out with family and friends. Admission is free with multiple entrances. There are many hiking trails, well-maintained picnic grounds and some old mines and mining equipment to explore. Pets are allowed inside.
Classic Bowling Center is open 7 days a week, offering fun for the whole family with modern amenities and plenty of bowling balls to choose from. Guests can reserve lanes online, as well as book parties at this popular spot.
Sailing San Francisco offers luxury guided tours of San Francisco Bay under the care of a licensed and well trained captain and crew. The yachts are clean and well-maintained. The tours offer some great views of the city and are overall, inexpensive.
Gellert Park is a well-maintained outdoor spot for those searching for a place to play basketball or tennis or to let the kids enjoy some time in the playground. Because it's a popular spot, though, it often gets crowded.
In 1968,Jefferson Airplane, the rock band bought this 20-room San Francisco mansion to use it as a recording studio, rehearsal hall, office and home for the band's members.The current occupants do not accept touring guests.
Built for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915, Palace of Fine Arts, has been a drawing card for tourists ever since. Today, the palace plays host to a full schedule of live entertainment and musical events in its 962 seat theater.