Welcome to Sunnyvale Baylands Park, operated by the City of Sunnyvale. This park has a unique blending of natural preserved wetland areas, with the picnic and playground features of a traditional community park. Adjacent to the park is the Twin Creeks Sports complex.
Beat The Lock Escape Room in Santa Clara, CA, is located at 1171 Homestead Road, Suite 280, at the corner of Jackson & Homestead. Walk toward the tower and take the elevator to the second floor to Suite #280. The Parking Lot is located behind the University Plaza building. Entrance/Exit accessible from either Jackson or Homestead. Street parking also available.
We don’t just rent bounce houses and water slides, we also rent a wide variety of carnival games in the San Jose & Santa Cruz area. From Plinko, Ring Toss, Spin Art and much more, our games are perfect for birthday parties, school, church and community carnivals and Fund Raisers.
The de Saisset Museum houses an expansive collection of more than 12,500 objects, including Fletcher Benton, Going Around the Corner with X, 2008, painted steel, Gift of the artist with assistance from Paula Kirkeby, in honor of William Rewak, S.J., 2013.4.1.
Cute little playground located at the Fremont Park in Santa Clara, California. My daughter enjoyed trotting along between the two large play structures. There were also dragon and pegasus / unicorn statues in the sand to climb on, a sand play table and two swings for tiny tots.
Gold Striker’s signature initial descent tunnel is the longest on any wooden coaster and keeps riders in the dark on night rides. The coaster’s expertly engineered twists and turns, designed by Great Coasters International, create a “relentless” feeling throughout the ride.
Intel Museum. Visitor Information 2200 Mission College Boulevard Santa Clara, CA 95054 408-765-5050 Email: email@example.com. Museum and Museum Store Hours Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. PT Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PT. Please call in advance to ensure we are open. We occasionally close for special events.
One of Santa Clara's last farm house's is a wonderful venue to have your retreat or celebrate your life! Located in the heart of Santa Clara, surround your event with art and redwoods. From a gender reveal party to celebration of life, the Jamison Brown house is the place.
Live Oak Park is pretty awesome park because it's conveniently located next to the shopping area called the Rivermark Plaza which include a Pizza Place, Jamba Juice etc. Just added a public library hiopefully to open after all the city and state politic mishaps.
Historic Mission Santa Clara is a consecrated Roman Catholic church situated on the campus of Santa Clara University. First established in 1777, the Franciscan Order handed the Mission over to the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) in 1851, who then started Santa Clara College, the first institution of ...
Rancho San Antonio County Park is leased by the County of Santa Clara Parks and Recreation Department to Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (MROSD). This 289 acre County Park, combined with the adjacent 3,988 Midpeninsula Regional Open Space Preserve (MROSD), provides 2,300 acres of trails and other recreational features. Through a lease agreement, MROSD now manages the entire park. For information, please call (650) 691-1200.
Category: California physical, cultural and historic features; Feature Name: Rosicrucian Park, Type: Cultural, Class: Park, County: Santa Clara, Nearest Prominent Town: San Jose, CA, FID: 2123271, Coordinates: Latitude 37.3341667 and Longitude -121.9216667.
There are spaces directly in front of the park but if those are filled, there's really no where else to park and walk from. It keeps the park from getting overcrowded, but it's kind of a bummer if you drive out there and you have to tell your kids you need to try a different playground.
The Garden was championed by early members of the Santa Clara County Rose Society, and on November 20, 1927, the San José City Council voted to set aside 5 1/2 acres of an 11–acre tract of land at Naglee and Dana Avenues just outside of downtown San José and the Rose Society pledged to provide roses for the Garden.
Museum Location The museum is located at 1900 Walsh Avenue in Santa Clara. Visitors will see a variety of firefighting tools and equipment used by Santa Clara firefighters throughout the history of the Department since its inception in 1855.
Santa Clara Depot The South Bay Historical Railroad Society (SBHRS) was incorporated in 1985 to preserve the local area railroad heritage while running a working museum to benefit the community. Our members are volunteers and work on the renovation and preservation of the Santa Clara Railroad Depot, the Santa Clara Tower and the two maintenance-of-way buildings.
Ulistac Natural Area is the only dedicated natural open space in the City of Santa Clara, and a regional and cultural resource for all of us. People from all over the region come to enjoy the diverse California native plant habitats and the ecosystems they support while walking, jogging, taking photographs, bicycling, bird watching, and just finding a serene respite from their busy lives.
Small kids play area that features unique play structures not found else where. Tucked away behind Townsend field behind Washington Open school. Large green grassy field. Bathrooms. Only 2 picnic tables, but 8 benches. War memorial flag pole and concrete army ants the size of sheep make this another hidden get away in Santa Clara.
The world famous Winchester Mystery House™ in San Jose, California, is an extravagant maze of Victorian craftsmanship - marvelous, baffling, eerily eccentric, and undeniably, haunted. Wander through 110 of the 160 rooms of this Victorian mansion, designed and built by the Winchester Rifle heiress Sarah Winchester.