- Our list of the best things to do in Richmond, California, features the top 826 nearby activities — including 307 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Richmond, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 25 things to do within the city of Richmond, CA , followed by 801 popular activities in nearby cities, including San Francisco, Berkeley, Pacifica, South San Francisco, Oakland, Sausalito, Vallejo, Concord, Martinez, Walnut Creek, Alameda, Novato, San Leandro, Benicia, San Rafael, San Bruno, Castro Valley, Daly City, Hayward, Sonoma, Burlingame, Pleasant Hill, Tiburon, Lafayette, Danville, San Ramon, Napa, Petaluma, Fairfield, San Pablo, San Mateo, Pittsburg, Lodi, Belmont and Santa Ynez
97% 149 votes
Melville Square and Esplanade Drive, Richmond, CA 94804 MoreLess Info
Established in 2000, the Rosie the Riveter and World War II Home From National Park is an educational destination. Exploring the life and careers of men and women during the war, centered around the iconic image of Rosie the Riveter.
Omescape is a virtual reality experience that offers escape scenarios from the Room Omega', 'The Penitentiary', and The Forgotten Treasure'. The rooms can hold up to 10 players at a time and games last for a total of 60 minutes.
A 2,315 acre parkland, Point Pinole features scenic trails that take hikers and joggers through an array of landscape. The trails wind through meadows, along the bluffs and beaches of Richmond and through areas of eucalyptus woods.
The seaside Marina Bay Trail in Richmond is one of the cities most relaxing places to visit. The area features a peaceful trail frequented by joggers, cyclists and walkers, while kayaking and paddle surfing are sports enjoyed in the bay.
89% 64 votes
At the corner of San Pablo Dam and Clark roads, Richmond, CA 94803 MoreLess Info
Wildcat Canyon Regional Park offers an array for activities. The park is frequented by hikers, joggers, cyclists and is a prime spot for bird watching, wild life spotting and a peaceful picnic.