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#3 of 41 things to do in Palo Alto
Depending on the moving playing children might enjoy it.
#1 of 41 things to do in Palo Alto
This massive "Farm" developed by the Stanford family who were railroad tycoons at the turn of the 20 the century has truly had a remarkable record of bringing brilliant students with accomplished academics to new...
The school is also great for kids because of the general cleanliness, open fields, and public water attractions (fountains and small pools that people are technically allowed in)
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#5 of 41 things to do in Palo Alto
Many many varied stores from Japanese Mizu -a store with clothing and stainless steel bottles and small packaged food items; Eileen Fisher; Neiman Marcus for clothing and high end shoes, etc; Gap and Gap Kids.
It's far more like an upscale town square than a pleasant place to shop, and unlike other high end malls it has a welcoming atmosphere that attracts the entire family.
#9 of 41 things to do in Palo Alto
The hands-on exhibits are created often by talented staff and are appropriate for young children, who thoroughly enjoy it.
They cater to the young ones and their parents with an intimate setting where kids can feel at home and explore to their heart's content.
#7 of 41 things to do in Palo Alto
Kinds, grandparents and the whole family will enjoy the vist.
#6 of 41 things to do in Palo Alto
Families, friends and athletes alike use the moderate elevation and pleasant distance of this loop to recreate.
The views are worth the hike and even the kids can make the hike!
#13 of 41 things to do in Palo Alto
There are plenty of other amenities in the park, though, including a huge lawn, a running/jogging path, handball courts, and a Magical Bridge play area for young children.
My family loves everything it has to offer: the play structures; water area; tennis courts; grass fields and the new Magic Playground area that welcomes all kids.
Hiller Aviation Museum San Carlos 6.9 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in San Carlos
Upstairs are banks of flight simulators for kids; downstairs a several model trains working along with plenty of early helicopters, early Bay Area aviation history displays, airplanes, and interactive displays.
This really is the kind of place that would interest anyone from ages 2 through adult - very thoughtful, interesting exhibitions that appeal to both young kids and/or people really into aviation.
Shoreline Lake Boathouse Mountain View 4.1 mi away
#33 of 32 things to do in Mountain View
Also there is a park connected to the trail with a sand boat for lil kids to play... Along with that is a lake for boating which you would love to boat... it was a awesome experience.. they charge 25$ for an hour...
The scenery is always refreshing; view of the lake, park with families and children running, the baylands with the birds, watersports, etc.
Stevens Creek Trail Mountain View 5.5 mi away
#2 of 32 things to do in Mountain View
My daughter & her young family lives 5-min walk away from this wonderful trail.
Frequented by dog walkers, push bike enthusiasts, families and the get fit crowd.
Century Cinema 16 Mountain View 5.0 mi away
#34 of 32 things to do in Mountain View
Loved it!!! Huge leather recliners to Relax in and a full bar!! Go enjoy!! Perfect for family outing.
Another great memory to add to our family Thanksgiving.
Mountain View Farmers Market Mountain View 5.9 mi away
#3 of 32 things to do in Mountain View
Farmers give samples, there is always a great selection of seasonal goods, music, and balloon making for kids.
A good family bonding experience too :-) Was surprised to see so many vendors offering free samples with a smile on their face from morning to well after noon.
San Mateo County History Museum Redwood City 4.8 mi away
#1 of 28 things to do in Redwood City
Great place for families, couples and anyone who enjoys local history!
This beautiful building houses a lovely museum that will interest adults and children alike.
Century 20 Redwood City 4.7 mi away
#31 of 28 things to do in Redwood City
Rengstorff Park & Pool Mountain View 4.7 mi away
#9 of 32 things to do in Mountain View
Pace Art and Technology Menlo Park 0.8 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Menlo Park
it's an amazing exhibit with crystals, 3d effects, and a kids area, which i enjoyed a lot too!
There is a separate area where children up to 12 can create computer controlled images that move, swim, and delight them.
Kepler's Books Menlo Park 1.3 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Menlo Park
The back corner is a wonderland for kids, too.
Google Android Lawn Statues Mountain View 4.4 mi away
#5 of 32 things to do in Mountain View
Kids loved the android statues situated near the Google store.
Advice: get in touch with any friend or family member working in Google to arrange for family pass in advance.
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