Eye on the Bay South Bay
The Computer History Museum, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Stanford Museum and Winchester Mystery House are all suggested attractions to visit in the South Bay during Thanksgiving weekend.
Here are several spots in the South Bay area that focus on Latin dance, with lessons offered by professional, passionate instructors.
Don’t shop on Black Friday; check out one of these South Bay happenings instead.
For a more relaxed Black Friday experience, you might enjoy visiting some local shops where you’ll be able to find unusual gifts.
Anytime is milkshake time according to fans of these sweet and creamy treats. Some folks like them frothy and some like them malted, but everyone can get their favorite shake right here in the South Bay.
If you’re looking to be whisked down memory lane or taken back to a bygone era, search no further. These unassuming bars and restaurants hold a treasure trove of stories and fables that offer a glimpse into the past.
Although San Francisco is the top Bay Area destination for sightseeing, the South Bay has its own unique set of attractions, particularly for visitors hoping to tour Silicon Valley’s historical landmarks and world famous tech companies.
Celebrate Halloween at one of these haunted spots in the South Bay.
The word around town is that these San Francisco stores may be your source for that perfect chair, couch, desk or something else you didn’t even know you wanted.
With a rich diversity of musical tastes and talents in the Bay Area, it’s not surprising that there’s an impressive collection of local bluegrass bands and festivals, particularly in the South Bay.