East Bay Arts & Culture
There are more than thirty islands in San Francisco Bay, ranging from small mounds of dirt and trees, to the touristy, and famous land masses called ‘Alcatraz’ and ‘Angel’. Why not ake a day trip to another island, the East Bay’s homey Alameda?
San Francisco isn’t the only spot in the Bay Area that Hollywood uses for movie-making. Charlie Chaplin began making silent films near Fremont 100 years ago and now, we look back to see the role the East Bay has played in the history of film. Cue, lights!
Let’s explore Livermore! This East Bay city has it all – an historic downtown, tasty dining options and a thriving wine country.
The East Bay has so many things to discover. Drive from Piedmont to Benicia and explore the Berkeley Marina, take a dip in Point Richmond, pet a python, and meet a glass blower in Benicia.