- TripBuzz found 132 things to do with kids in or near Carmel, California, including 116 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Monterey, Salinas, Pacific Grove and Seaside.
- From Carmel City Beach / Carmel River Beach to Carmel Beach City Park, the Carmel area offers 75 different types of family activities, including: Beaches, Scenic Drives, Hiking Trails and Theaters.
- Carmel technically is named Carmel-by-the-Sea due to its position on the Monterey Peninsula which provides a number of sandy beaches on the Pacific coast. The small seaside town is a popular getaway for those wanting to escape the bustling metropolis of San Francisco that is 120 miles north. Early founders of the town were also strongly dedicated to the arts, resulting in a lively arts and performance culture.
400 Degrees Gourmet Burgers & Fries Mission St. & 7th Ave., Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA MoreLess Info
American wagyu beef burgers, veggie burgers, and turkey burgers with toppings such as smoked bacon or crispy onions
The Sunset Cultural Center is considered to be the premier arts facility for the Monterey Peninsula. Musical concerts are frequently held as are ballet performances, theatrical plays, and musical theater shows.
The Seventeen Mile Drive is a scenic auto route that passes through Pebble Beach. It affords views of the water and coastline so breathtaking that both tourists and locals make it a point to drive on it as often as possible.
Spanning a total of 2,939-acres, Garrapata State Park provides a large variety of scenic natural views for visitors to take in. The picturesque trails, vegetation, and views of the Pacific Ocean are enjoyed by hikers, joggers, and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
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3618 The Barnyard, Carmel, CA 93923 MoreLess Info
Smallsea: A Metropolis in Miniature is a dollhouse collection of Diane and Howard Birnberg who built the structures and collected all miniatures and dolls. Artists and dealers from all over the world have helped in making this miniature city come to life.
Part of a collection of historic buildings, the Cooper-Molera Adobe offers you the opportunity to explore and learn about the Cooper family who lived there. The museum store also sells replicas of old-fashioned items.