- TripBuzz found 284 things to do indoors in the Berkeley area. From Moe's Books to Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 237 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 75 different types of things to do inside in or near Berkeley, California. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Music Venue and Colleges & Universities.
- There are 14 indoor activities in Berkeley, and 270 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: San Francisco, Oakland, Alameda and Concord.
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680 Stanford Shopping Center, Palo Alto, CA 94304 MoreLess Info
Palo Alto's finest mall is The Stanford Shopping Center. The complex includes major clothing retailers, sourvenir shops, department stores, a hair salon and a variety of restaurants in its food court.
Cheese lovers flock to the Marin French Cheese Company in Petaluma, California. Visitors are welcome to tour the facility, speak with staff and enjoy a picnic on the grounds. A retail shop is also open during business hours.
2522 Mankas Corner Rd, Suite V, Fairfield, CA 94533 MoreLess Info
At the Vezer Family Vineyard, wine fans can enjoy tastings, take a tour of the facilities, or enroll in a wine club. The location, which produces white, red, and dessert wines, also hosts weddings and special events.
Situated inside the Stanford campus, Cantor Arts Center houses a variety of artworks from all over the world spanning the time period of many centuries. The temporary galleries showcase more contemporary work. The adjoining Rodin Sculpture Garden is also beautiful. Admission is free.
Located on University Avenue, Da Hookah Spot offers a relaxed atmosphere for you to enjoy herbal shisha via the use of an oriental smoking pipe, whilst chatting to friends, drinking smoothies and listening to music.
Palo Alto's The Stanford Theatre is dedicated to the art of cinema and its role in American culture. The theater has a Wurlitzer organ for silent film screenings, and frequently hosts independent festivals.
Palo Alto's The Wine Room is essentially a neighborhood lounge that serves exclusively wine as far as beverages go. The lounge offers two distinctive rooms and environments - one with televisions and a more active feel, the other more intimate.
The Aquarius Theatre is a retro styled movie theater that offers a vintage theater experience. One of a few small theaters showing limited release, independent, and foreign films, this double theater features a concession stand and an old-fashioned atmosphere.
Highlighting inventions and technological advancements, The Museum of American Heritage features many interesting exhibits. A diverse collection, displays include artifacts such as typewriters and phonographs, as well as appliances like vacuums, stoves and refrigerators.