- The list below includes 567 free or cheap things to do in or near Richmond, California, including 133 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Parks, Dog Park and Maze.
- From Point Isabel Dog Park to Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Richmond and in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Pacifica, Berkeley and South San Francisco.
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5492 Sandmound Blvd, Oakley, CA 94561 MoreLess Info
Owned and run by professional fisherman Bobby Barrack, the Bobby Barrack Fishing Guide Service offers guided fishing trips in the California Delta. Barrack teaches the fundamentals of fishing on each trip.
972 SPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: Up to 50% Off Visit to Moffett Field Historical Society
Severyns Ave., Building 126, Mountain View, CA 94035 MoreLess Info
Capturing the history of Moffett Field, the Moffett Field Historical Society Museum in Moutnain View, California features aircraft exhibits that cover several decades. Displays tell the story of the Moffett Field from the 30s until now.
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330 Distel Cir, Los Altos, CA 94022 MoreLess Info
Comprised of 26 open space preserves of a total of over 60,000 acres, the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District has limitless space to explore, study, relax in, and take a moment to appreciate.
Owned and operated by lifetime fisherman Andrew 'Cooch' Cuccia, Cooch's Fishing offers guide services and chartered fishing trips. The company also offers instruction on various kinds of fishing and sells homemade lures.
Howarth Park is a 152-acre community park that provides recreational opportunities with a lake for fishing & boating. The park also features a softball field, tennis courts, picnic areas, unique playground structures, miles of hiking and jogging trails.
Open for self-guided tours, the NASA Ames Visitor Center features several exhibits, including a shuttle cockpit simulator and the Mercury Redstone capsule. It also offers an immersive theater that showcases high-definition videos of Mars missions and flights through the galaxy.
Named after the Spanish word for butterfly, Mariposa Park carries a butterfly theme throughout on kiosks, concrete sculptures and other park areas. The park features picnic tables, paved paths and a play area with swings, slides, ladders and sand.
The Summerfield Cinemas is a medium-sized family-owned multiplex movie theater that specializes in showing independent, foreign, and festival circuit films and documentaries. The facility also has a snack bar and small cafe and coffee shop area.