5.0 based on 110 reviews
My wife and I went to see an old movie here. Great experience. Cheap price, cheap popcorn, refurbished. Like you step back in time. The organist comes out of the stage. Awesome. We will go back.
5.0 based on 65 reviews
This Church is remarkable. The stained glass windows are so well done with stories behind them. The structure is art in itself.So many events take place here because the atmosphere is calm yet there seems to be a wonderful energy there as well.. , "Mem Chu" is how the Memorial Church is referred to by most in the area. It is worth the trip to learn about the history that goes with it.
5.0 based on 12 reviews
Due to COVID-19, The Foster art museum is temporarily closed to visitors until further notice. Typically, we are open daily from 12-4 pm. Admission is free. The Foster is dedicated to uniting, preserving, and exhibiting artist-explorer Tony Foster's powerful watercolor Journeys to inspire reflection, discussion, and education about art, wilderness, and the natural world. The Foster also serves as a community venue for art, wilderness, and educational programs and events. Appointments for guided tours should be made ahead of time by calling or emailing. Please also contact us if you are interested in hosting an event here.
The musuem is relatively new and is tucked away on a side street off Charleston with OSH and REI just steps away. This museum is called the Foster because it displays watercolors by Tony Foster. His beautiful journey series is on display, visit to see the paintings and learn about the way he creates his paintings. Some were done underwater. The paintings seem simple, but the detail he creates, and the texture that you see in his trees, leaves and rocks are amazing. His paintings are about his journeys and focus on the landscape. Watch the introduction video and be amazed with the size of his watercolor tin. We took a tour and were there for just under 2 hours. There are audio tours available, or you can arrange a tour for a group. There's some parking in back and street parking in front. If you have a large group, carpool because there isn't an abundance of parking.
4.5 based on 479 reviews
The Center presents a wide selection of art in 24 galleries, plus outdoor gardens, courtyards, and terraces. The Center's collection spans 5000 years and ranges from ancient China to the 21st century.
Perhaps the world’s best Rodin collection, including a lovely sculpture garden and fascinating Asian art collections.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
4.5 based on 28 reviews
During global coronavirus outbreak and people hoarding toilet paper, Watercourse Way is just what one needs to escape from reality. My BFF and I spent 2 blissful hours in a dry sauna followed up by relaxing massages. It's not cheap but worth of splurge. One should definitely visit this unique and incredibly beautiful spa.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Signora Farmer's Market is at Stanford Shopping Center. I iike to go there as they have high quality produce and fruit. They also have good cheese, ollive oils, nuts, and a lot more. I always find something unique to try such as some of their bean salads. Staff is nice.
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