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What travelers are saying
- At $8, this is hard to beat. Truly something for everyone. History of the family, 19thc art collection (some amusing, nothing 'major'), americana recreations, the murder trunk, collection of industrial machines (and if you read, fascination history of 1/2 tracked vehicles). Props to Leyendecker exhibition - fan of his work, did not know there was a repository of it, what a nice surprise. Skipped the Indian stuff, can't comment on that. I actually knew the story of the Jeep that came home (auto nut), but had never expected to see it. All in all, this was pleasant surprise and worth the drive out to Stockton. One minor misstep - an entire room is (presently) given over to essentially charitable fundraising (for a good cause, but obscures some of the art itself)Written October 2, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Went an seen show there Dave Mason Don Felder. Good sound but unreal building. In Stockton but if you have any fear of going there don't. Last few years Stockton has done some great things down town an water front. we parked at Coy Garage 2 blocks away. We found very safe walk up a well lighted walkway. Wife an i are 70yrs old. Will return again . Hope Stockton keeps improving area .Written May 15, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Comfortable stadium to see a minor league game. All seats are shaded in the evening and being off the water makes the breezes cool. The seats themselves creak when you sit down, but they’re fine overall. The prices won’t break you compared to a MLB ballpark. Parking was $8 and all the seats were close to the action and under $20. They have a slide and bouncer in the outfield area for kids. They also do their best to keep patrons entertained between innings. Food options are limited and unhealthy foods are all you’ll find with candy, soda, and fried food being the main fare. They serve beer and hard alcohol for adults.Written September 4, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The venue is an excellent place to watch hockey. The only issue was some confusion about Covid rules, so check ahead. Good food, drinks, and service. Good hockey team tooWritten November 26, 2021
- I had an hour to kill while in Stockton, so I walked the campus. It was lovely! Lots of shade. Beautiful, classic buildings. Burns tower was striking. And the Morris Chapel stained glass windows were stunning. Anyone is welcome in the chapel during business hours. I will definitely visit again whenever I am in Stockton.Written March 19, 2019
- Great place to take your children...hand’s on exhibits to teach and connect to the life style and history of the Central Valley. Plenty of free parking.Written September 8, 2019
- I bought this for my husband and he absolutely loved it. He described it as "so much fun!" as soon as he finished his 10 laps. He said he really did get to go fast and his heart was racing in the best way. Great adrenaline rush. As soon as he was done he wished he had more laps! The staff was very friendly as well. Overall great experience and a great gift for the adrenaline junky in your life :).Written October 15, 2018
- Pixie Woods has been a Stockton fixture for families with little kids, say 12 and under, for decades of time. Besides the River Boat and Train. There are slides and a merry-go-round and lots of places for kids to just run and play and be kids. It's also a great place to have birthday parties for little ones in the Toadstool Theater and with puppet shows sometimes too in the summer. Used to be goats on a landscaped hill enclosure, but not sure if they're there anymore. So many good memories of this place from my childhood. Pixie Woods is a magic place for kids, and their young at heart parents. Like Fred Rogers said: You were a child once too.Written February 17, 2020
- They were so helpful! I am very glad that we stopped there. The woman who helped me was knowledgeable and had more ideas than we could possibly fit into our short visit. We left with stickers, lots of travel information, and a new found appreciation of the area.Written August 26, 2021
- I was looking for walnuts at all the roadside stands. Everyone told me to go to the Fruit Bowl. It was the cutest stop. I found my walnuts, loquats, cherries, and nectarines. The deli was great too! I had their tamale while my friends had sandwiches. Loved it.Written June 14, 2022
- ...colorful. Eerily devoid of people for some reason. Actually went a few miles out of my way from Fairfield to Monterey to see these garish statues. I'm fairly certain they tell the story of the Buddha's life. It would've been nice to have had some descriptions to read what is what though. I don't know, I bowed a couple times to a few of the statues, but I didn't feel it like I usually do when I visit a temple. Maybe some incense would have helped.Written October 13, 2021
- JD and his crew run a great baseball experience at All Star Sports. There is a great baseball store for all of your baseball needs, batting cages, private lessons and even baseball camps. Our son tood private and group lessons for a few years and his game improved dramatically.Written June 25, 2012
- The park is great getting there though was horrible from downtown I took airport street and almost gotten robed it was so scary but the park was amazing
But awesome t shirts too!!Written June 15, 2019
- Our 3rd wave had an awesome time!
Place was clean & staff was courteous!
Snacks were good!
But, some parts of tile were a lil’ bumpy.
We had a fun time!Written March 17, 2021
- The roses were at their peak blooms at the end of April for the most part and they were well cared for. I thought they were all very large and well-fertilized roses and the blooms were gorgeous. The only drawback was the labeling of the roses. The caretakers were not keeping the plant labels current. Some were mislabeled, perhaps because the roses had been replanted with a different cultivar. However several were not labeled at all and I am a person who wants to know the name of the plant I am observing.Written May 2, 2020
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- The best outdoor activities in Stockton according to Tripadvisor travelers are:
- Pixie Woods - Louis Park
- Downtown Stockton Marina and Joan Darrah Promenade
- University Park World Peace Rose Garden
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