- TripBuzz found 618 things to do with kids in or near San Ramon, California, including 595 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Berkeley, Walnut Creek and Richmond.
- From San Ramon Olympic Pool & Aquatic Park to Athens Downs Park, the San Ramon area offers 132 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Playgrounds, Dog Park and Sports Facilities/Fields.
- Home to many major corporation headquarters, such as AT&T and Chevron, the city of San Ramon is a city of industry, in addition to being a thriving a residential community. The mountain views and stately pines make for beautiful city surroundings and scenic hiking trails. Visitors are drawn to the cities annual festivals including the Art and Wind Festival.
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95 Harbor Master Rd Slip 1, South San Francisco, CA 94080 MoreLess Info
Oyster Point Marina is a publicly owned and managed marina that offers numerous docking slips, a fishing pier, and launch and fueling amenities. The marina also has an attached park with hiking trails, picnic areas, and a small beach.
A movie theater with 16 auditoriums, Century Hilltop 16 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, arcade games, reserved seats and a lobby cafe with food and drinks.
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Pier 33, Hornblower Alcatraz Landing, San Francisco, CA MoreLess Info
Visit the one of the world's most notorious prisons with Alcatraz Cruises LLC. Here you can explore Alcatraz, listen to tales from prisoners and wardens alike, and take a leisurely stroll through the gardens.
Telegraph Hills, with its multiple and varied attractions, is a great place to visit. Some of the popular haunts here are the Coit tower, Levi Park, Napier's lane and many more. The roads are well-maintained and are seasonally decorated with flowers and vegetation.
540 Broadway (at Columbus), San Francisco, CA 94133 MoreLess Info
The Beat Museum has a big collection of Beat memorabilia, including letters, original manuscripts and first editions, personal effects and cultural ephemera.Adults fee is $8.00 and Students/Seniors, $5.00
One of the most popular tourist attractions around the bay, Chinatown is within minutes of downtown. Explore Chinese culture and history with a long walk around the area. In Chinatown you can dine, shop and experience Chinese inspired architecture.
Within close proximity of many other popular San Francisco neighborhoods including Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf, North Beach is a busy community and home to numerous shops, restaurants and bars. It is a great place to walk and take in the city sites.
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Oyster Point Blvd, Oyster Point Marina, South San Francisco, CA 94083 MoreLess Info
Built atop the human-made Oyster Point Peninsula, Oyster Point Pier is a fishing spot that tends to attract both sharks and shark anglers. The pier is also a good bet for flounder and perch in season.