- Our list of the best things to do in Belmont, California, features the top 1005 nearby activities — including 317 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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New Heights Training Stables is a private boarding and training facility for horses. New Heights offers both beginners and advanced riders customized weekly lessons. Boarding services are also available, with included access to a jumping arena, dressage court, and trails.
A comedy club and theater seating 42 people, Made Up Theater offers improvised comedy that includes audience participation. It also provides improvised comedy classes, games and a summer comedy camp and hosts private events.
Safari Run is a children's recreation center that specializes in hosting jungle themed parties and events for kids. The facility offers numerous play areas and attractions, as well as providing food and refreshments for party-goers.
Aquarius Records, founded in 1970, is the oldest independent music store in San Francisco. Their records belong to a lot of different genres such as indie rock, sixties psych, reggae, bluegrass, avant garde, seventies proto-metal and many more, with other latest releases.
The legacy of the Alameda Naval Air Station is preserved within the Alameda Naval Air Museum. The collection includes artifacts, newspapers, photographs, aircraft models, safety gear, medals, documents and uniforms from the World War II era.