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Santa Clara Marriott

2700 Mission College Boulevard · Santa Clara, California 95054 USA

  • 1-408-988-1500

Things to Do Near Santa Clara

  • 1-408-988-1500

Things To Do

Located at the epicenter of today’s technological innovations, Santa Clara is robust with excitement and history. Whether your visit here is for work or pleasure, be sure to set aside some time to explore the area's unique attractions.

Levi's Stadium

Enjoy the fun and excitement of a San Francisco 49'rs game on their home turf. This state-of-the-art facility also plays host to world-class concerts and events throughout the year.
14900 Marie P DeBartolo Way, Santa Clara 415-464-9377

Mission Santa Clara de Asis

Founded in 1777, the church would later became the site of the first college in California - Santa Clara University. While on campus, be sure to visit de Saisset Museum, which houses a range of art from the University’s California History Collection.
500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara 408-554-4000

California’s Great America Theme Park

Offering a range of excitement to suit every age, California’s Great America Theme Park offers action and adventure for the entire family. Younger children will enjoy their day at Planet Snoopy and Kidsville while the adults that are kids at heart can take on endless thrill rides. Don’t forget to dive into If Boomerang Bay Water Park to cool off if things get too hot.
4701 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, 408-988-1776

NASA Ames Exploration Center

Close to the nearby NASA’s research center, the Ames Exploration Center allows the public to see NASA technology, mission equipment and high-res images from outer space, first hand. And if that isn’t enough, the center’s Immersive Theater displays panoramic images of Saturn. The center is open Tuesday-Friday and is free to the public.
NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field 650-604-6274

Santa Clara Convention Center

Located just down the street from the Santa Clara Marriott, the Santa Clara Convention Center hosts a variety of rotating exhibits and consumer shows open to the public. 5001 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara (408) 748-7000.

 

Intel Museum

On the Intel Headquarter campus you can find this small museum, which will take you through the history of the microprocessor and Intel. While the Intel Museum is small, it offers great hands on exhibits and is free to visit.
2200 Mission College Boulevard, Santa Clara 408-765-0503

The Mountain Winery

Whether taking in a summer music concert or a doing a tasting, the Mountain Winery has an intimate atmosphere with one of the best views of Silicon Valley.
14831 Pierce Road, Saratoga 408-741-2822

Central Park

Take a stroll through the 52-acre park that offers play areas, picnic facilities, tennis & basketball courts as well as 30,000 square foot community recreational center.
909 Kiely Blvd, Santa Clara 408-615-3140

The Tech Museum

Taking the science and innovation from Silicon Valley and making it fun and accessible for all to experience, the Tech Museum has hands on exhibits that allow visitors to watch and participate in science.
201 South Market Street, San Jose 408-294-8324

Triton Museum of Art

Home to contemporary and historical works of arts from artist of the Greater Bay Area, the Triton Museum focuses on providing thought provoking exhibits and interesting displays of art. The museum is open six days a week and is free to visitors.
1505 Warburton Ave., Santa Clara 408-247-2438

Rooster T. Feathers

With over 30 years of history, Rooster T. Feathers offers some of the best national stand-up comics in Silicon Valley.
157 W. El Camino Real, Sunnyvale 408-736-0921