- The list below includes 604 free or cheap things to do in or near Palo Alto, California, including 126 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Movie Theaters and Hiking Trails.
- From Stanford University to The Dish - Stanford Foothills, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Palo Alto and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pacifica, Half Moon Bay, San Jose and Los Altos.
Bass Tub Sportfishing offers guided tours, fishing days and caters for private events on their boat, the Bass-Tub, which departs daily at 6.30am or 11am, depending on your activity, from San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf and heads into the bay.
83% 12 votes
274 Jefferson Street, San Francisco, CA 94 MoreLess Info
Silver Fox Fishing and Tours offer quality boat services to customers. Their guided tours include stunning views of the Golden Gate bridge and Alcatraz from up close followed by a fishing session under the supervision of the professional and well-trained crew.
The Fisherman's Wharf is a district of San Francisco that sits directly on the Bay, directly across from Alcatraz Island. The Wharf features dozens of snack vendors, seafood merchants, souvenir shops and chartered watercraft.
92% 401 votes
499 Jefferson St, San Francisco, CA 94109 MoreLess Info
San Francisco Maritime National Park tells the history of boating and more. Visitors can enjoy a boatbuilding workshop, or see amazing views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge.
96% 73 votes
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.
Located near the campus of University of California, Moe's Books is a great place to buy, sell or trade books. Open seven days a week, the store has an impressive collection of books, both new and used, which are available at a reasonable price.
Telegraph Avenue is approximately 4.5 miles (7 km) in length. It begins in the midst of the historic downtown district of Oakland, California, and ends at the southern edge of the University of California campus in Berkeley. It is home to many bookstores, restaurants, and clothing shops, as well as street vendo…