- TripBuzz found 398 things to do with kids in or near San Jose, California, including 375 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Altos, Cupertino, Mountain View and Newark.
- From Children's Discovery Museum to Happy Hollow Park & Zoo, the San Jose area offers 126 different types of family activities, including: Parks, History Museums, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- Once a farming town, the city of San Jose is now the largest city in Northern California and third largest in the state. Now an urbanized metropolitan area, the city features a thriving business, residential and tourism landscape. The downtown historic district is one of the cities most visited attractions, home to historic hotels, museums and sculptures. The cities many parks, cultural venues and scenic hiking trails are also popular.
Campbell Park is a recreational park that is best known for hosting special events such as 'Oktoberfest' and the 'Valentine's day run'. The park also features two basketball courts, a kid's playground, and restroom facilities.
Central Park in Santa Clara is a fully equipped hub of fun and entertainment. Amenities include an amphitheatre, lighted tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic tables, BBQ grills, and a 30,000 square foot community center.
Located on 8-acres of land in total, Pinewood Park is a scenic public park filled with amenities and facilities for visitors to enjoy. These amenities include four tennis courts, a barbecue and picnic area, and a basketball hoop.
The Campbell Community Center is a fitness and recreation center that features a variety of amenities. The center features a swimming pool with lap swimming, senior and children's swimming classes, and other activities, as well as sports areas.
As a music venue, Heritage Theatre offers visitors live entertainment from dance companies, singing groups, comedians, and more. It also has decorative glass ball sculptures in an outside art display for visitors to enjoy before entering the theater.
The 11-acre Live Oak Park features a children's playground with structures for younger and older kids, basketball courts, picnic area, benches, restrooms and a large grass play area. There are also four transplanted oak trees over 100 years old.
The Intel Museum of Santa Clara, California celebrates the company and the latest advancements in technology. Science and tech enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy the hands on exhibits, the company's history and more.