Our museum in Alameda, California is home to a unique collection of artifacts and exhibits emphasizing the role of the Alameda Naval Air Station in the defense of our nation and as an integral part of the local community for over 50 years.
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Join us for a drone flight over the new Brooklyn Basin development in Oakland. The 64-acre project near Interstate 880 and Fifth Avenue will bring 3,000 residences, parks, restored wetlands, a marina and 200,000 square feet of retail and commercial space. Brooklyn Basin covers 64 acres along the Oakland Estuary south of Jack London Square.
Camron-Stanford House. The mission of the Camron-Stanford House Preservation Association is to preserve and protect this landmark Victorian home and garden for the public’s delight and to promote an appreciation of local history through engaging exhibits and events. The Camron-Stanford House is located at 1418 Lakeside Drive in Oakland.
I checked out Thompson Ave and Fernside Blvd which they call "Christmas Tree Lane" for the Holidays in Alameda which was FREE. It's a long block on both sides of the street with Christmas Lights and some Cutouts. It's good for adults and kids to look at. You can drive which is really slow going, or walk on the sidewalks.
Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve is an ecological jewel. The native plant community here is found nowhere else in the East Bay. It represents a relic plant association found only in certain areas along California's coast where ideal soil and climatic conditions exist.
Founded in 1989, the Jack London Square Farmers Market has deep roots in Oakland, providing a vibrant waterfront marketplace for Bay Area families. The Jack London Square Farmers Market is operated by CUESA at Oakland’s Jack London Square on Sundays (10 am to 3 pm), year round, rain or shine.
Leydecker Park, 5.88 acres Amenities available: Recreation Center (available for rental on weekends only), reservable picnic area (weekends only), other picnic areas stay first-come, first serve, play lot, softball field, soccer/football field, basketball court, tennis and volleyball courts.
Throughout the 741-acre Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline there are paved trails suitable for hiking, bicycling, running and jogging. Glimpses of the changing sunset are best caught at Arrowhead Marsh and Garretson Point. Fishing. State Fish and Game rules apply at San Leandro Bay.
Alameda County has eight National Historic Landmarks: The Abbey, Joaquin Miller House, First Church of Christ, Scientist, USS Hornet (CVS-12) (aircraft carrier), Lake Merritt Wild Duck Refuge, Lightship WAL-605, Relief, Paramount Theatre, Potomac (Presidential yacht), and Room 307, Gilman Hall, University of California.
The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) is one of the top-rated Bay Area museums to explore California art, history, and natural sciences. Recognized as one of the best things to do with kids in Oakland or the entire San Francisco Bay Area with kids, we're really for everyone from serious museum buffs to international visitors.
Roberts Regional Recreation Area is an East Bay Regional Park that is part of Redwood Regional Park. In addition to a large, beautiful redwood grove, it has numerous picnic sites, a swimming pool, various playing fields, and a "barrier free" (i.e., wheel-chair accessible) playground.
Telegraph Avenue is a street that begins, at its southernmost point, in the midst of the historic downtown district of Oakland, California, and ends, at its northernmost point, at the southern edge of the University of California campus in Berkeley, California. It is approximately 4.5 miles (7 km) in length.
The three Meyers sisters originally bequeathed the house and grounds to the City of Alameda for use as a house museum and a passive park. On May 1, 2013 the City transferred operations and ownership to Alameda Museum. The House is a City of Alameda Landmark, designated Historical Monument Number 26.
This park was named in honor of Charles Tillman, who was recognized in 1987 as an Alameda Citizen of the Year. It consists of a large, fenced field with a baseball diamond, a playground, reservable picnic areas (weekends only), grills and a promenade with a romantic gazebo.
Admission tickets to the Museum may be purchased onboard the ship. Entry from the pier is via the first gangway. Accessibility and Service Animal Information. Please note that there is a strict security policy in place regarding back packs and other large bags.
Washington Park, 14.71 acres and Washington Dog Park, 5.70 acres Amenities available: Picnic areas can be rented (weekends only), some first-come, first serve, game tables, play lot, baseball and softball fields, soccer/football field, basketball, tennis courts, volleyball court, horseshoe pit, and exercise equipment/circuit.
Shoreline Park, Alameda Estuary: This short parkway strip extends along the waterfront just off Marina Village Parkway in Alameda, opposite the mouth of the Lake Merritt Channel. A section of the Bay Trail runs along the water and offers great views of the estuary, opposite shore, and downtown Oakland.