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List of attractions in Silicon Valley

Circle of Palms, historical marker for California's first state capitol

This is a list of tourist attractions in and around San Jose and Silicon Valley.

Arboreta and gardens

Cultural

Event venues

Events

Historical

Parks and trails

See additional hiking trails, and open space preserves at: Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

Science, technology and education

Shopping

Theme parks and tours


Vineyards and wineries

Vineyards in the Santa Cruz Mountains

See also

External links

  • Things to do at City of San Jose
  • Things to do at San Jose/Silicon Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • list of attractions at SanJose.com
  • list of events at San Jose Mercury News
  • Nasa Ames Research Center/Moffett Field Tours
  • Moffett Field Museum and Tours
  • Japanese American Museum of San Jose and Tours
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