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  • 1

    USS Hornet Museum

    12 reviews

    The USS Hornet Museum provides you with a glimpse of World War II history. It's a good place to take kids who want to be on a big ship and see some jet fighters and learn some history. Located in Alameda, CA.

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesBudget
  • 2

    St. George Spirits

    9 reviews

    This is one of the premiere distillers in the country, and a jewel of the Northern California scene. Lance, Dave, and the whole crew take their spirit crafting very seriously. They take pride in sourcing the best local ingredients. The tours here are fantastic, informative, and delicious. Be sure to book ahead on the weekends, as they tend to sell ...

    Popular withFoodiesTrendstersAdventure
  • 3

    Pacific Pinball Museum

    7 reviews

    Finally! After years of anticipation made it over here. What a blast. I actually had more fun playing the vintage pinball games, although some of the newer ones were fun to watch and play for their clever trick ballfields. So good to see people of all ages enjoying the games. I will be back for sure!

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesLocal
  • 4

    Alameda Point Antiques Faire

    5 reviews

    There are so many vendors to search through and potentially find your next antique addition to your home. I love learning the history of the items and how they can be put to a new use.

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  • 5

    Alameda-Oakland Ferry

    5 reviews

    try a different way to get to San Francisco. Bring a jacket and your camera!

    Popular withLocalAdventureFamilies
  • 6

    Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach

    5 reviews

    This is an ok beach, but it's one of the better ones in the east bay. The water is warmer than one would expect, often not requiring a wetsuit. A good tidal flow keeps the water clean enough, and the sand is really nice. It can get a little windy, which is great for kiteboarding, windsurfing, and small boat sailing. ...

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorBudget
  • 7

    Alameda Beach

    4 reviews

    It's a nice beach to take a walk during the day, or if you want to see the backdrop of the Port of Oakland and San Francisco. Typically, it's a family-friendly environment and it's a great beach to see the sunset!

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  • 8

    Alameda Theatre & Cineplex

    3 reviews

    Restored Art Deco Theatre complex next to restaurants, coffee shops and boutiques

    Popular withFamiliesLocal
  • 9

    Forbidden Island

    4 reviews

    I have never been to a Tiki Lounge before, but if I could ever imagine what one was like - this is it! Great vibe, it is in the middle of the island, not on the water, but they do a great job making it feel like you are on a deserted island. All of the drinks I had were ...

    Popular withNightlifeAdventureTrendsters
  • 10

    Rockwall Wine Co Inc

    3 reviews

    wine and view

    Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLuxury
  • 11

    Faction Brewing

    2 reviews

    BEER and view

    Popular withTrendstersFoodies
  • 12

    Rocket Reuse

    2 reviews

    Why pay full price? Used books, videos and great vintage finds!

    Popular withGreenLocal
  • 13

    Modern Mouse

    2 reviews

    gifts by local artists

    Popular withTrendsters
  • 14

    Toy Safari

    2 reviews

    Toys and Toys everywhere, to the ceiling and in all directions sideways! This is a great toy store, that can easily give Mr. Mopps in Berkeley a run for its money. My son has known about Toy Safari for years as its one of his first choices to spend his allowance money. Which is why we why we wandered in ...

    Popular withFamilies
  • 15

    Bladium Sports Club

    2 reviews

    Great for birthday parties. It's also got a gym, kid care and soccer and baseball classes for kids.

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  • 16

    Books Inc.

    2 reviews

    Park Avenue Alameda is the closest thing to an economically vibrant Midwest downtown that I'm going to get in Northern California. Yes, there is also College Avenue (Berkeley or Oakland), Solano Avenue (starting in Albany), and even Burlingame. But none of these enjoyable streets matches the small town feel that is Alameda. And if you're willing to walk around, the ...

    Popular withFamiliesBudgetLocal
  • 17

    Aquatech Swim School - Alameda

    2 reviews

    I really like Alameda, so I am predisposed to liking the ASSA. Parking is free and plentiful, and it is located right next to Alameda college, essentially the very first exit after you pass through the Webster tunnel. My kid has only been attending there for a couple of weeks, but he seems to be learning how to swim, which ...

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  • 18

    Fruitvale BART Station

    3 reviews

    I honestly can't remember much about this station other than it's business. It was my first time going through Oakland and yes, there was a little culture shock but I never felt worried. If you haven't seen the movie Fruitvale Station, you MUST! The movie follows the true story of Oscar Grant, a 22-year-old Bay Area resident who sadly had ...

    Popular withTrendstersLocal
  • 19

    Farmstead Cheeses and Wines

    2 reviews

    I happened to be in Alameda, as my son needed to be picked up from school. We had a little time to kill, so we decided to stop into the Alameda Marketplace on Park Street. He was interested in malted milk balls and I figured on a scone for my next breakfast. When, what to my wondering eyes should appear, ...

  • 20

    Mills College

    1 review

    I went to Mills for four years and it was my home away from home. I really loved everything about this school from the community to the atmosphere and even the horrible hill I had to walk up to to get to my apartments. It's beautiful and has a great history that really made me feel a part of a ...

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