This local resource hosts gatherings of varying sizes and types.
The museum is a collection of objects and art collected by Jane and Leland Stanford, founded when the university opened in 1891.
Situated in downtown San Jose, Guadalupe River Park & Gardens offers a respite from the urban hardscape.
Programs offered include the San Jose Astronomical Assoc., and the San Jose Youth Shakespeare theater group.
The Institute is an art museum dedicated to promoting greater awareness and appreciation of contemporary art.
The museum showcases a collection of exhibits chronicling more than a century of Japanese American history.
MACLA is an art space rooted in the Chicano/Latino experience, committed to emerging Latino artists. Free admission.
A multidisciplinary arts organization that engages the public in the creative process.
The is a venue for meetings, banquets, receptions, parties, and other special events.
Art and history museum brings art, history, and education together through exhibitions, programs, and experiences.
The center is home to the Northside Theatre Company.
The largest collection of Egyptian artifacts in western North America.
The museum celebrates modern and contemporary art, showcasing the work of internationally acclaimed and emerging artists.
Features exhibitions that represent a diverse range of perspectives within the textile medium.
A recreation campus with a performing arts center, indoor sports, senior center and historical museum.
The Foster is dedicated to Tony Foster's watercolor exhibitions of wilderness journeys.
The museum houses around 10,000 pieces of lace dating back to the 1700's. Workshops and classes are offered.
Home to the city's resident theater company, Sunnyvale Community Players, who present more than 45 performance a year.
The Museum features a California history exhibition about Santa Clara Valley and the early days of Santa Clara University.
The Triton Museum is a destination where local artist can exhibit their work alongside regional and national artists.