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Cantor Arts Center Palo Alto 0.2 mi away
#1 of 7 Museums in Palo Alto
Imagine a spacious Rodin sculpture garden including The Gate's of Hell, beautifully curated changing temporary exhibits and large and varied permanent collection and several Rodin galleries inside a gorgeous build...
Cantor has it all... paintings and sculptures by classic artists in all mediums, modern art of varied forms and functions, a gallery for new installments and visiting collections, a quaint museum store... and trin...
Rodin Sculpture Garden
#1 of 2 Museums in Stanford
This was such a pleasant surprise to discover, quite a collection of Rodin sculptures, wonderfully displayed and a great spot to take interesting photos.
You can stroll and enjoy Rodin Sculpture Garden: Twenty bronzes, including The Gates of Hell, all accessible year-round, free of charge.
Hoover Tower Palo Alto 1.3 mi away
#2 of 7 Museums in Palo Alto
The only U.S. President, yet, Stanford has to show for and one of the first graduates of this prestige institution donated a collection of his pre-presidential work to the landmark library with the benefit of visi...
The balcony at the top provides a spectacular view of the Stanford architecture - the old quad, the new one and lots more.
Anderson Collection at Stanford University
#2 of 2 Museums in Stanford
The Anderson Collection at Stanford University, (also called the Anderson Museum) is a fabulous modern building that was designed to house the Anderson Family's collection of mostly modern art.
We were simply blown away by the Rodin collection and then moving on to the permanent collection which included examples of all of my favourite expressionist artists including Pollock, Kline, De Kooning, Still, Mo...
Allied Arts Guild Menlo Park 0.9 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Menlo Park
We had a great lunch followed by a visit to the shops on the grounds including a visit to the Barn where my nieces met Tom, the wood worker supreme.
Lovely grounds, flowers and some quaint shops too!
Junior Museum & Zoo Palo Alto 1.6 mi away
#3 of 7 Museums in Palo Alto
Zoo Camp at the Jr Museum was one of our daughter's favorite Palo Alto camps, and the science programs done for the public schools are fabulous.
Outdoor alcoves to read, see, & hear Here to to explore, discover, create & play Interactive science exhibits and diverse community of live animals -- all hands on, all mouths giggling and laughing, all eyes open,...
Thomas Welton Stanford Art Gallery Palo Alto 0.2 mi away
#7 of 7 Museums in Palo Alto
Pace Art and Technology Menlo Park 1.3 mi away
#2 of 3 Museums in Menlo Park
Computer History Museum Mountain View 5.2 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Mountain View
There are all sorts of things within living memory that are now history from childhood games to artwork as well as lots of fascinating stories about well known names such as Bill Gates and Steve Jobs and companies...
This museum has a tremendous collection, and offers both an impressive insight into the history of computing as well as a great nostalgia trip for those who remember the early days of personal computing.
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The Museum of American Heritage Palo Alto 1.1 mi away
#6 of 7 Museums in Palo Alto
It was a wonderful experience and I recommend joining this Museum, so you can go next year to wee the warehouse, They also had snacks for attendees.
I really enjoy the Museum of American Heritage (MOAH) in Palo Alto, CA.
Palo Alto Art Center Palo Alto 1.8 mi away
#5 of 7 Museums in Palo Alto
This is a friendly and welcoming place where you can visit small art exhibits or openings, take adult or child art classes from talented artists/teachers (water color, acrylic painting, journaling, drawing, etc. t...
They offer a variety of classes and the work posted on the gallery walls is inspiring.
San Mateo County History Museum Redwood City 5.1 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Redwood City
Building serves as a great backdrop to the many activities that go on in its plaza and is a landmark of the city’s resurrection as a thriving, cool downtown that people gravitate to.
It has great exhibits portraying the history of San Mateo, ship building the area, immigrant populations of San Mateo County and of course entrepreneurship in the area.
Los Altos History Museum Los Altos 4.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Los Altos
Well curated exhibits tell the story and are frequently updated by an outstanding staff of professionals and knowledgeable volunteers.
Tucked in a corner of land that is near the municipal library and other local government buildings, the museum has its own distinct identity.
Hiller Aviation Museum San Carlos 7.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in San Carlos
The exhibits are varied with a lot of activities like paper airplane folding, TVs with historical and modern aviation videos, and even flightsimming on either PC or a Redbird which costs $10 in addition to admission.
This museum has something for everyone; the boys enjoyed all kinds of interactive activities, and the adults could dig a little deeper.
The Foster Palo Alto 3.8 mi away
#4 of 7 Museums in Palo Alto
In addition to viewing Tony Foster's beautiful and inspiring landscape watercolors, we were entertained and amazed by the docent's stories about the incredible adventures Foster had while creating the paintings.
Wonderful small museum that displays a single artist with amazing watercolor technique