- TripBuzz found 631 things to do with kids in or near Palo Alto, California, including 610 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pacifica, Half Moon Bay, Los Altos and Cupertino.
- From Junior Museum & Zoo to Rinconada Pool, the Palo Alto area offers 127 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Movie Theaters and Hiking Trails.
- Only an hour from San Francisco, Palo Alto, CA is home to parts of Stanford University and many technological research centers. Palo Alto is considered by some to be the technology capital of the country with its many prominent headquarters including Xerox, Amazon.com's A9.com, Hewlett-Packard, and Tesla Motors among many others.
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93% 14 votes
414 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 MoreLess Info
Located right off Union Square, the Alcove Theater is a host to all kinds of entertainment such as improv, magic, musicals and more. The setting is very intimate with no seat being more than 15 ft away from the stage.
86% 139 votes
San Francisco, CA MoreLess Info
Artificial or man made, Treasure Island provides some of the best views of San Francisco. A small neighborhood and community, it is also home to an old naval base.
84% 50 votes
533 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 MoreLess Info
Unscripted Theater puts on improvised plays on a regular basis. Plays run the gamut from the comical to the fantastical.
89% 654 votes
5401 Graham Hill Road, Santa Cruz, CA 95018 MoreLess Info
Based in Santa Cruz, California, Roaring Camp Railroads offers a variety of railroad tours, exhibits and activities. It is famous for its magnificent Chanukah and Christmas displays. Tours during holiday season sell out quickly, and advance reservations are highly recommended.
68% 789 votes
Haight Street between Masonic and Stanyan, San Francisco, CA 94117 MoreLess Info
Take a stroll back in time with a visit to the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. Still holding on to the 60’s culture, this community is home to trendy shops, quaint cafes and interesting architecture.
59% 1455 votes
Sloat Boulevard at 45th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132 MoreLess Info
Opened 10 to 5 every day of the year, the San Francisco Zoo has a pretty good selection of amphibians, reptiles, mammals, birds and invertebrates. They organize educational programs as well and conservation lectures.
86% 1074 votes
Fulton St. at Steiner St., San Francisco, CA MoreLess Info
Peruse historic Alamo Square, a neighborhood known for its Victorian inspired architecture - namely “the Painted Ladies” or rowhouses. Offering breathtaking views of downtown San Francisco, it is also home to a local park.
67% 6 votes
Jackson Street between Battery and Kearny, San Francisco, CA 94111 MoreLess Info
Jackson Square is a neighbourhood which houses some of the oldest buildings in San Franscisco, some dating as far back as the 1850's with their iron shutters still intact. It's better to visit the place with an experienced guide to learn more about its history.
69% 3133 votes
Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94108 MoreLess Info
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.
86% 73 votes
1025 La Gonda Way, Danville, CA 94526 MoreLess Info
Encompassing a dog park and a larger park, Hap Magee Ranch Park is full of activities. The playground has structures, a sand pit and a water area with fountains, and other features include picnic spots and a volleyball court.