- The list below includes 800 free or cheap things to do in or near San Leandro, California, including 129 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Playgrounds and Movie Theaters.
- From Marina Park to San Leandro Marina, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in San Leandro and in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Pacifica, Berkeley and Palo Alto.
Opened in 1973, the Superway Aquarium is a store dedicated solely to aquatic animals. Visitors to the store commonly purchase a fish to bring home or have their fish tank serviced from the professionals at the store.
Oakland's Chinatown is the second largest such district in California. Only the San Francisco Chinatown is larger. Visitors and locals to Chinatown to buy fresh produce, seafood, culinary appliances, clothing, baked goods and works of art.
Lake Merrit is an expansive Californian lake circumscribed by a jogging trail. It is popular among early-morning joggers and power-walkers, and has a convenient boat launch. .The shores of Lake Merrit are frequented by birds; due to the volume of droppings, visitors should not sit on the bare grass.
Located in historic Jack London Square in Oakland, Jack London Cinemas, is a nine theater movieplex showing the best movies Hollywood has to offer. Featuring a lobby arcade and special movie deals throughout the week, plan your visit today.
Oakland's historic Paramount Theatre is a Bauhaus-inspired performance space. Its event schedule includes orchestra concerts, plays, musicals, operas and other large-scale artistic events. The venue also screens classic films and is available for convention rentals.
The Fox Theater is a performing arts center that offers Orchestra seating, Mezzanine seating, and seating available on the Balcony. The theater can accommodate a variety of events including film screenings, holiday parties, and birthdays.
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Managed by the East Bay Parks District, Las Trampas Regional Wildnerness caters mainly to hikers and horseback riders with its over 5,000 acres of marked and unmarked trails. The site also features picnic areas and a stable for boarding horses.