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  • Arts & Museums

    »Meek Mansion

    The distinguished Meek Mansion is a prominent historical mansion that is a part of the Meek Estate. This historical house faced the threat of demolition but was saved by the locals and now stands erect as a symbol of the bygone era. The Meek Mansion was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

    240 Hampton Road
    Hayward, CA 94541

    »Hayward Area Historical Society

    The Hayward Area Historical Society seeks to integrate art and culture with everyday life, by having regular artistic exhibitions, school tours and activities for visitors and promote awareness of the history of Oakland. The museum has some stunning artifacts on permanent display, so does the library with its vast collection of books. Kids can release their pent up energy by playing at the clubhouse. The museum and the research center have different timings so check the website for details. Admission is free.

    22380 Foothill Boulevard
    Hayward, CA 94541

    »Oakland Aviation Museum

    This is a unique aviation museum set in a vintage hangar at the Oakland International Airport's historic North Field. Aviation lovers of all ages travel to the museum to see its collection of restored vintage aircrafts. Other celebrated exhibits include the "Flying Boat," a 1946 upgraded version of the famous World War II British Sunderland, and a Lockheed 10-A Electra, sister ship of Amelia Earhart's plane. You will also find other displays including a history of women in flight.

    8252 Earhart Road
    Oakland, CA 94612

    »Waterhouse Residence Museum

    The Waterhouse Residence Museum is also famously referred as the William H. Waterhouse House. It stands eloquently in the Maitland region of the U.S. State of Florida. It carries immense historical significance and is also registered on the National Register of Historic Places. The site is home to the monumental Waterhouse Residence Museum and the museum is a crowd puller throughout the year.

    820 Lake Lily Drive
    Maitland, CA 32751

    »Mills College Art Museum

    This museum holds a collection of local and international exhibits, European and American prints, Chinese and Japanese ceramics, Asian and South American textiles, and regionalist paintings.

    5000 MacArthur Boulevard
    Oakland, California 95619

    »Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum

    Back when Hollywood was mostly a desert, there was a thriving film industry in Northern California. Fremont's Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum chronicles these vibrant art form via posters, books, photographs and screenings in their theater. Visit the website to find out more on upcoming events.

    37417 Niles Boulevard
    Fremont, CA 94536

    »Alameda Museum

    This museum showcases local Alameda artists plus it features permanent displays of Alameda history. Souvenirs, books, and videos about the history of Alameda also available.

    2324 Alameda Avenue
    Alameda, California 94501

    »Alameda Naval Air Museum

    View large vintage aircraft and memorabilia while at this museum that is a tribute to naval air history.

    1769 Alameda Avenue
    Alameda, California 94501

    »Frank Bette Center for the Arts

    View a wonderful selection of contemporary artworks, watercolors, oils, illustrations, photography, sculptures, and more while at this arts center.

    1601 Paru Street
    Alameda, California 94501

    »Chabot Space & Science Center

    This science center features a variety of educational attractions including one of the largest telescopes (36-inch reflector) open to the public in the United States. You can also look through its historic eight- and 20-inch telescopes and enjoy a sophisticated 250-seat planetarium, a 210-seat domed-screen theater, and a 150-seat amphitheater. The observatory also offers interactive science exhibits including a Challenger Learning Center with space flight simulation. 

    10000 Skyline Boulevard
    Oakland, CA 94611

    »Crab Cove Visitor Center

    Classrooms, camp groups, and children's clubs from around the Bay Area take trips here to learn all the roles of the marine and estuarine ecosystems and the importance of their preservation. It is located in a lush green park on the beach in the Island City of Alameda. In addition to museum-like marine wildlife displays, some interactive, the center offers the Old Wharf Classroom, where guests enjoy presentations on topics such as shoreline wildlife and the food chains of the San Francisco Bay.

    1252 McKay Avenue
    Alameda, CA 94501

    »Pacific Pinball Museum

    Pinballs, although look like cheery little things, have a troubled past. From their rise to fame during the depression to their ban in 1940s, they've seen a few ups and downs. The Pacific Pinball Museum, established in 2004 by Michael Schiess, commemorates their story. Featuring some 400 pinball machines, some of them dating back to 1879, this museum traces their history quite interestingly. If you are the regular pinball enthusiast, this place should fill you with wonder.

    1510 Webster Street
    Alameda, CA 94501
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