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Lick Observatory
On the forefront of astronomical research since 1888 (before there was even a road up Mount Hamilton) the Lick Observatory is nothing short of an icon, with its foundation set firmly in Silicon Valley innovation and technological prowess. Beyond the stunning views from 4,209 feet above the valley, the brilliant history of h…
Byington Vineyard and Winery
Byington offers a stunning, 95-acre, wine-experience getaway with expansive views of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Monterey Bay, and Pinot Noir vineyards, just minutes SAn Jose in neighboring Los Gatos. Award-winning wines are crafted in an 18,000 sq. ft. villa that houses wine-making facilities, a wine cave, a tasting room, an…
Cooper-Garrod Estate Vineyards
The Garrod family began involvement with California agriculture and open space in 1893, purchasing lands from the Mount Eden Orchard and Vineyard Company. The label recalls the glorious apricot and prune blossoms which enhanced the spring views from the hillside early in the previous century. Since 1972, aging orchards have…
Downtown San Jose Public Art Walk
Awe inspiring pieces of public work can be found around almost every corner in San Jose, especially downtown. From the airport to the convention center, to City Hall, San Jose State University and throughout the city's core campus, there are a number of amazing public art installations; some are even interactive. Look out f…
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
In 2003 San Jose State University and the City of San Jose came together to form a unique partnership to offer joint library services to citizens of San Jose and SJSU students and faculty. The 8 story library is home to 30 award-winning art installations and hosts weekly events from book fairs and author signings to poetry …
Facebook
Stop by for a selfie next to the thumbs up at Facebook’s headquarter office and take a peak next door at their new campus designed by Frank Gehry.
Google Garage

It was 15 years ago in this very garage that a young Larry Page and Sergey Brin started building one of the the world's largest tech companies. Google's co-founders rented the space, along with three rooms inside the house, from Susan Wojcicki while they were still living in the dorms at Stanford, less than two miles away. …

Googleplex & Android Statue Garden
At the Google campus, guests can visit Google’s sculpture garden, which features a new colorful candy Android sculpture each time an operating system (O.S.) is developed. Next to the garden is the company store where visitors can shop for wearables, merchandise and accessories.
Guadalupe River Park and Gardens
Take in the fresh air, nature and sunshine at Guadalupe River Park and Gardens buy foot, bike or even Segway. Enjoy nature at its best on the 3 mile stretch of park that winds through the center of the city and up behind Little Italy. Something is always happening at the park, including concerts, 5K runs, classes, and festi…
HP Garage

In September of 2004, Hewlett-Packard announced efforts to preserve the HP garage – It’s most famous piece of real estate. The project turned the clock back on the original house at 367 Addison Avenue, Palo Alto, to conditions much as they were in 1939, when Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard established the now legendary Hewlet…

Intel Museum & Headquarters
If you are interested in technology, be sure to visit the Intel Museum for unforgettable experience learning about the history of the company and its contributions to computer technology. When you visit this part of the country, there are lots of venues that celebrate Silicon Valley. This museum, however, is designed to eff…
Kelley Park
With its 172 acres, Kelley Park is located on the north side of the city where it is regularly visited by area locals who enjoy its beautiful grounds and nearby attractions like Happy Hollow Park and Zoo. The park is a great place for picnics and other outdoor gatherings. With its picturesque setting, the park is popular pl…
Letcher Garage

Clarence Letcher was the local dealer for Cadillac, Packard, and Pierce Arrow. He had the first garage on the west coast. The now demolished building dated back to 1907 and faced St. James Park. The frosted glass was added to the structure in the location of the garages automobile doorways which keep the original configurat…

Ridge Winery
Nestled high up in the northern reaches of the Santa Cruz Mountains, and surrounded by historic vineyards, our Monte Bello Estate offers guests an unparalleled opportunity to experience our exceptional single-vineyard wines. First planted in the late 19th century, the Monte Bello property has long been one of the most stori…
San Jose State University
Travelers often overlook the various cultural attractions that make up the university experience but some of the best undiscovered talent can be found on a campus. Catch a music or theater performance at one of the school's state of the art facilities, or root for the home team at any of San Jose State's fine athletic event…
San Jose Vietnam War Memorial
The San José “Vietnam War” Memorial Foundation, Inc. erected this Memorial in remembrance of the 142 “Sons of San José”. These heroes gave the ultimate sacrifice for the United States of America. We wanted the City of San José and its constituents to have a quiet place to remember and reflect on the memories of their loved …
San Jose Walks and Talks
One of the greatest ways to enjoy the sunshine and the history of the downtown core is  one-hour walking tour with Walks and Talks. Your guides  in this case are local San Jose students who’ve done their homework about the city and lead you through some well-known and some unknown downtown sites. Along the way  you'll get t…
Silicon Valley Tech Tours
San Jose, the Capital of Silicon Valley, is home to over 6,600 technology companies including: Adobe, Cisco, Brocade, Netflix, eBay, PayPal Sun Power and TiVo. In the neighboring cities, there is also Apple, Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Intel, and many others. The region offers plenty of places to unleash your geek! See th…
Testarossa Winery
Testarossa (Italian for “red head”) was the nickname given Rob Jensen as a young university student in Italy. Rob and Diana Jensen started Testarossa in their garage in 1993 with just twenty-five cases of wine. Today, the winery works closely with top winegrowers in the Santa Lucia Highlands, Santa Rita Hills, Arroyo Grande…
Veterans Memorial
Veterans Memorial San Jose/Santa Clara Valley is a commemorative public art installation created to honor the commitment of individuals who took time from their lives to serve the needs of our nation via service in one of the 5 branches of the military.    A nationwide design competition was held to determine the specific …
Winchester Mystery House
Featured by Good Morning America in 2010, this is the house that Sarah, the troubled Winchester rifle heiress, built. Seeking a way to rid herself of the spirits of those killed by the “Gun that Won the West,” Sarah sought the advice of a medium. That consultation resulted in Sarah spending decades, as well as her $20 milli…