- TripBuzz found 334 things to do with kids in or near Novato, California, including 314 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Berkeley, Richmond and Vallejo.
- From Morning Star Farm to Jay Alexander Magic & Entertainment, the Novato area offers 129 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters and Specialty Museums.
- Located on the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area is the city of Novato. The laid back city is rich in leisure and recreation activities and features a large tourist population throughout the year. The cities breathtaking scenery make it a popular destination for hiking, birdwatching and, unique to the area, mushroom foraging.
A movie theater with eight screens, Century Rowland Plaza displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers mobile ticketing, arcade games and a snack bar with food and drinks.
The Space Station Museum is a favored place by both adults and children who have an affinity for space history. The museum presents authentic memorabilia and extensive information on the history of trips to the Space Station by the US and Russia.
Marin Summer Theater is a non-profit educational playhouse that instructs all aspects of show production for people ages 13-23. There are three shows presented every year and a benefit in a six week summer season.
The Stone Tree Golf Club engages golfer with an 18-hole course, complete with a bounty of natural beauty, groomed playing surfaces and numerous challenges. This facility offers an array of amenities, including hiking trails, a bar and lounge, and a clubhouse that can be used to host events.
Nestled in rolling hills, the Indian Valley Golf Course offers challenges for players of all skill levels as well as scenic beauty amidst wetlands and woodlands. This 18-hole course is enhanced with water hazards, sand dunes and well-groomed fairways.
Located on a former village of a Miwok tribe, Miwok Museum depicts the culture and history of the tribe with artifacts like baskets, instruments, and tools. The museum hosts workshops and demonstrations for Native American crafts.
Located on 522 scenic acres, Rush Creek is a nature preserve filled with a variety of unique plants and animals. Visitors to the preserve commonly enjoy bird watching, hiking, or horseback riding through the preserve's nature trails.