San Bruno in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Gardens. Discover best things to do in San Bruno with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 190 reviews
Japanese garden located in Central Park, a tranquil spot among the high rise buildings.
Spot. Ahhhhh the bliss we feel when we come to this park. Our family loves coming here and we have been many times. The Koi fish, the sound of the water, the bridges, the Buddha’s and the magical flowers. There are days we just go and hang out especially on a beautiful sunny day. It’s not a huge garden but a pretty one!
5 based on 39 reviews
Beautiful well-groomed cemetery. They do a great Memorial Day ceremony with military band to honor veterans, passed and living. I saw old soldiers from all branches of the military. Very, very respectful and patriotic. I spoke with a lot of veterans and military families. I love it and go every year.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
nice promenade along the water. The picturesque views really depend on the season. Late fall is when not that much water, so the view is rather sad. Better come in spring and summer. The weather is usually windy there. Some restaurants on the way. Lots of birds!
4.5 based on 171 reviews
Awesome place to visit especially cycling to get there. My brothers and I would cycle from the north side of Pacifica to this spot. The paved road on the devil slide is very smooth. You can also take your car there. Park it on ether side and enjoy a walk full of views. Been here multiple time on my bike and car.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
For airplane gazing I recommend the area between Millbrae Avenue and the SF Marriott Waterfront Hotel (2 hours free Shore Parking at North end of Marriott parking lot). The best hours are 11 am to 2 pm with a nice mixture of domestic and international planes. One can get really close to Runways 1R and 1L by the Millbrae Avenue end. This area has a lot of birds depending on the time of year and tide. I see more birds during low tide. The pathway south past the Marriott hotel to the Bird Sanctuary near Benihana Restaurant is scenic as well.
5 based on 38 reviews
Bad Axe Throwing has landed in the Golden State! Our San Francisco location is located at 30 Hill Street, Daly City, if you see the Silver Dragon Kung Fu studio then you've found the right place. Just follow the signs pointing you to the Axe Throwing promised land! We host corporate events, birthday parties, bachelor and bachelorette parties, or people looking for a fun outing with friends.we're the premier destination for birthday parties, corporate events, bachelor & bachelorette parties, any special occasions, or people looking for a fun outing with friends.Whether it's to pick up a new hobby or learn a new skill, our unique axe throwing experience is done in a fun & casual urban atmosphere. Want to bring lots of friends or family? Perfect! Our venue can accommodate a large group, any event/occasion you have. We have eight throwing lanes decked so you can release your inner Viking or lumberjack. We proudly serve the San Francisco and Bay Area.
We went to Bad Axe Throwing for a work team offsite. Can't wait til I can go again w/ my friends! Employee Izzy was my group's guide. She was informative, cheerful and relaxed and provided us with a nice intro to Axe Throwing. We warmed up, then played some games. Super fun experience and definitely a good team building event.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Tree-shaded trail stretching 12 miles.
This trail is 6 miles each way along the Crystal Springs Reservoir for a total of 12 miles round trip.
The trail is paved throughout. I normally start on the Millbrae side and park at the top of Hillcrest by the freeway entrance. When you start there, the first 1.25 miles is all downhill. Remember that on the way back! ;).
The trail is fine for adults walking, but on weekends when its much busier, watch out if your hiking or biking with kids and they don't stay on the right half of the path. You'll get cyclists racing through there from time to time and you'll have to watch out for them not to get run over or cause an accident.
The San Mateo side is pretty flat. So during a nonbusy time, great for kids to bike if they just started learning.
4 based on 32 reviews
It is ideal for conferences, corporate meetings, special events and receptions of all sizes - from small meetings to large conventions.Located at the heart of the biotech region, leading edge of Silicon Valley, minutes from San Francisco International Airport and 15 minutes from downtown San Francisco
I was attend the IHRSA - International Health Racquet & Sport Club Association for few times, this is the most conference center i like, easy to access, lots of hotels, shopping center and restaurants near by. The conference hall it self, huge, clean and easy to find the foods & drinks, many fast food and restaurants in there.
Especially easy to reach there, just walk few meters from the hotel, and many of shopping in walking distance, didn't fell tired at all. if the participant stay far from the SSFCC, transportation are very easy.
I have attend to many conference hall in USA and South San Francisco is the best
4.5 based on 81 reviews
We stopped for a few hours to let my boys enjoy the beach one last time before heading home. $5.00 for 4 hours of parking, seemed reasonable to us. It wasn't over crowded. Bathrooms near by are a little run down but I was glad they were close by. It was fun watching the surfers.
4.5 based on 160 reviews
We went here with our 1 year old grandson to see the water, ducks and go to the playground. We didn't realize there was such a large play area for the kids there, but it was great. There is an area for the little ones and there is another area for the bigger kids. There were swings, slides, things to climb, etc. We happened to go on a very hot day which wasn't great because the slides were too hot to touch. There was a lot of ducks up on the grass which our grandson loved. We took a walk around and it was lovely. They have a little gift shop there with all sorts of things and they have some sort of indoor exhibit that you have to pay for which we skipped. There are lovely picnic areas and tons of picnic areas that you can reserve for whatever type of occasion. We all enjoyed it and will go back again when it's not quite so hot. There is a ton of parking, but on a weekend it can get pretty crowded. The fee to get in to the parking is $6.00.
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