Cinnabar Hills Golf Club offers the best public Golf Courses in Silicon Valley, N.California including golf course membership, golf wedding etc.
Stanford Shopping Center
| 15 Miles
660 Stanford Shopping Center, Palo Alto, CA 94304
Stanford Shopping Center is San Francisco Bay Area's premier shopping and dining experience. Discover Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom, Macy's plus 140 other world class stores, restaurants and services. One of the few open air centers in the U.S., Stanford Shopping Center features spectacular, award winning gardens and picturesque sculptures by California artists. Enjoy our European-style street market where the scents of gourmet coffees, fresh flowers and international cuisine fill the air. It truly is a one of a kind experience.
Tech Museum of Innovation
| 11 Miles
201 South Market Street, San Jose, CA 95113
The Tech Museum of Innovation engages people of all ages and backgrounds in exploring and experiencing the technologies affecting their lives, and aims to inspire the innovator in everyone. An expansive variety of interactive exhibits and unique floor programs showcase not just how technology works, but how it affects who we are and how we live, work, play and learn. The Tech's 132,000 square feet are divided among themed galleries focused on innovation, the internet, the human body, and exploration. In addition, The Tech also features the Hackworth IMAX Dome Theater, an educational center for workshops and labs, an up scale cafe, and a retail store featuring books, gifts, and only-in-Silicon Valley items.
Winchester Mystery House
| 6 Miles
525 South Winchester Boulevard, San Jose, CA 95128
The Winchester Mystery House is a well-known California mansion that was under construction continuously for 38 years, and is reported to be haunted. It once was the personal residence of Sarah Winchester, the widow of gun magnate William Wirt Winchester, but is now a tourist attraction. Under Winchester's day-to-day guidance, its "from-the-ground-up" construction proceeded around-the-clock, without interruption, from 1884 until her death on September 5, 1922, at which time work immediately ceased. The cost for such constant building has been estimated at about US $5.5 million (if paid in 1922, this would be equivalent to almost $70 million in 2008 dollars).
The mansion is renowned for its size and utter lack of any master building plan. According to popular belief, Winchester thought the house was haunted by the ghosts of individuals killed by Winchester rifles, and that only continuous construction would appease them. It is located at 525 South Winchester Blvd. in San Jose, California.