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#7 of 37 things to do in Alameda
The walkway by the beach, is just perfect for running, jogging, walking for exercise, walking one's dog or guiding one's child on a tricycle.
Great for families, bike riding, or just playing in the sand.
#8 of 37 things to do in Alameda
The Crab Cove Nature Center has great exhibits for adults and kids, and the small parking lot is usually adequate, but if it's crowded there's street parking.
Family Fun and Sunsets
Cable Cars San Francisco 9.3 mi away
#3 of 727 things to do in San Francisco
Fascinating and even romantic, i made it with my family living in SFO, which is my favorite city in the US.
We visited Robert Mondavi and Conn Family wineries, Chardonay Golf Course, Pleasant Hill, Fisherman Wharf and the Golden Gate Bridge.
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Redwood Regional Park Oakland 5.9 mi away
#1 of 127 things to do in Oakland
It's a beautiful area for families to picnic, hikers to hike the many trails, cyclists and horseback riding.
(The last time I went, there was a whole field trip with 10 yr old kids, and it was easy to just walk in a different direction and have a very peaceful stroll with a good friend.)
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Exploratorium San Francisco 8.7 mi away
#22 of 727 things to do in San Francisco
I knew they would absolutely love it because kids are enthralled by interactive displays and gadgets, and when it comes to interactive creations, the Exploratorium is the best anywhere in the world.
What a wonderful facility to be enjoyed by children and adults alike!! Lots of interesting hands on exhibits that are educational and enlightening.
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AT&T Park San Francisco 8.0 mi away
#18 of 727 things to do in San Francisco
... drink options throughout the park, interesting attractions (e.g., mini ballpark and Coke bottle slide in the outfield), passionate and polite family-friendly fans, convenient transportation options - perfect day!
There are activities for the kids, great moments in Giant's history, too many restaurants to list (including the S.F. favorite Doggie Diner!) and so much room to walk around.
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Oakland Museum of California Oakland 2.4 mi away
#2 of 127 things to do in Oakland
The museum's exhibits engage people of all ages, from young children, who enjoy tgthe special hands-on activities spread through every floor, to elders, often touched by their personal memories as they explore the...
The sculpture garden is three levels of expansive gardens looking over lake Merritt and a beautiful place for families, lunch with a friend, or quiet time with yourself.
San Francisco Bay Ferry Oakland 2.7 mi away
#3 of 127 things to do in Oakland
Definitely something you'll want to do more than once and also something kids/grandkids would enjoy as well!
The ferry is clean, efficient, reasonably priced for children and seniors (Clipper Card).
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UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley Berkeley 7.5 mi away
#2 of 90 things to do in Berkeley
The gift shop is wonderful and offers numerous plant guides as well as teaching guides and books for children/youth.
The kids will love the foliage wrapped trails and streams throughout the garden
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Children's Fairyland Oakland 3.1 mi away
#8 of 127 things to do in Oakland
Children are able to experience the different areas and attractions at their own developmental level... My granddaughters, ages 4 1/2 and 3 loved to put their key into the various story boxes at each area to liste...
Fairyland is best for younger children--by 7 or 8 a lot of kids have outgrown it--but it's a treasure.
Lake Merritt Oakland 2.9 mi away
#6 of 127 things to do in Oakland
It has a nice botanical garden with a great bonsai collection, boats to rent, gondolas to ride in, a good restaurant (Lake Chalet) for dining on the water, and Fairyland and playgrounds for kids.
An urban oasis, lots of space for picnics, walking areas, paddle boats, kayaks, ducks, drummers, lots of families and friends enjoying the open space on a sunny weekend.
Oakland Zoo Oakland 5.5 mi away
#9 of 127 things to do in Oakland
... Zoo is its affordable Easy to get to location plenty of parking its problemly one of the cleanest Zoo's in the bay area with lots of beautiful animals definitely worth visiting excellent for Kids and families
But with love and money , Oakland has made the zoo a great family place ...lots of walking , a zoo key , to listen to the story's of each animal ...A tram ride , over the Savannah ...Great place...
Oracle Arena Oakland 2.5 mi away
#5 of 127 things to do in Oakland
We sat in a suite, toured the visiting team and Warriors locker rooms, stood on the floor of the arena, and saw the BMW lounge where the teams go within their families after a win!
This is a unique tour great for kids to adults, sports fans and more.
Berkeley Marina Berkeley 7.7 mi away
#6 of 90 things to do in Berkeley
Tons of activities to do here, walk, hike, ride a bike, skateboard, sailing, stand up paddle board, picnic, barbecue, kids parks , walk the dogs, fly a kite and much more.
Had a great time watching fishermen and families launch their boats and head out into the bay.
East Bay Regional Park District Oakland 4.2 mi away
#10 of 127 things to do in Oakland
The park is very large with many trails (with beautiful views of the Bay Area), there are very nice picnic sites, a fun & interesting steam train & merry go-round (for kids and adults), botanic garden and much more.
Tilden Park includes a Little Farm, where kids can pet animals; a model train area; a Merry-go-round; and a lovely lake for swimming in summer.
Sather Tower Berkeley 7.3 mi away
#5 of 90 things to do in Berkeley
I always take my visitor up in the tower; it's free for students and $3 for adults ($2 for children/seniors).
Took my kids up to the top for the first time yesterday.
Chabot Space & Science Center Oakland 5.0 mi away
#11 of 127 things to do in Oakland
It's a wonderful way to introduce children, family and friends to this small but delightful observatory and museum.
Wonderful learning environment for kids about space and fun events at night for friends aand couples.
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Marina Park San Leandro 5.5 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in San Leandro
Marina park is close by and fun for everyone young and old.Can barb b que ,walk the dog,play with the kids and grandkids ,or just do a mile walk and exercise.GREAT area by the bay .
Summer evenings and weekends bring a lot of families and sport teams so picninc areas and parking are at a premium.
San Francisco Bay Bridge San Francisco 7.6 mi away
#60 of 727 things to do in San Francisco
Once your on Treasure Island and look back you get a great family photo opportunity with the bridge and San Francisco in the background.
We went to the Bay Bridge while on the Blue and Gold Fleet boat tour while on our family vacation.
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Jack London Square Oakland 2.6 mi away
#13 of 127 things to do in Oakland
Great walking along the water, place to rent kayaks, ride your bike ,play bocci or bowl with friends or family, great jazz club for live music, take the ferry to San Francisco and Great dining.
I've moved away, but was back in town for a family event, and we stayed at the Waterfront Hotel, and were able to stroll among the street vendors along the Square and keep beat with the band, and, instead of going...
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Tilden Nature Area Oakland 2.4 mi away
#19 of 127 things to do in Oakland
It has many features for families, including a merry go round, little train ride, farm, horse rides, a swimming lake, caves to climb and explore(dangerous!), a botanical garden, a golf course, and miles of trails.
The Little Farm is a short distance from Jewel Lake and especially fun for children.
Grand Lake Theater Oakland 3.1 mi away
#12 of 127 things to do in Oakland
A favorite place to go when visiting family in the East Bay.
Nice place for families.
University of California, Berkeley Berkeley 7.2 mi away
#4 of 90 things to do in Berkeley
First of all the trains are amazingly neat and clean, just like your family room at home on a good day!
Peace and Joy, Family and Friends!
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Oakland California Temple Oakland 3.9 mi away
#16 of 127 things to do in Oakland
... and a large performance center) and the Visitor Center (upstairs for teaching about the church and eternal families / downstairs for genealogy and family history research) is completely open and free to everyone.
Chinatown Oakland 2.7 mi away
#15 of 127 things to do in Oakland
Child friendly parks can be found along Harrison and another heading down 8th towards the BART office.
In this order: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon (GUM LOONG in Cantonese), Snake, Horse, Sheep or Ram, Monkey, Rooster, and Pig! Now the child is supposed to have the characteristics of said animal it (child) is born...
#20 of 127 things to do in Oakland
High quality bonsai garden .... Free Admission....Close to other Family Attractions
USS Potomac Oakland 2.7 mi away
#14 of 127 things to do in Oakland
We had a group of family and friends that traveled to Oakland for this cruise and the weather was perfect!
By the end of this trip you'll want to introduce your friends and family to this grand old lady too.
Joaquin Miller Park Oakland 4.6 mi away
#22 of 127 things to do in Oakland
In many areas among the redwood groves, there is ample opportunity to teach your kids about the joys of nature or to build a fort from some of the many fallen branches and trees.
Great place for family outings.
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Oakland 2.5 mi away
#23 of 127 things to do in Oakland
The stadium can get chilly at night so pack a coat and blanket, They have great beer tap selection & Programs for families to have a great day at the ballpark!
My kids loved seeing the Hall of Famer Big Head race (Fingers, Henderson, Eck) during the seventh inning stretch.
Woodminster Amphitheater Oakland 4.3 mi away
#30 of 127 things to do in Oakland
Each season features 3 different plays usually for 3 different audiences so keep in mind some shows will have smaller children while some shows will be appropriate for adults only.