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  • 1

    Oracle Arena & Oakland Coliseum

    43 reviews

    For those of you who don't know, one of my goals is to visit every baseball stadium. So I decided to stop here while I was in Norcal. Let's just start this off, as an Angel's fan, I share no love for the A's. However, I have to give it to the A's fan, they are a fun crowd to ...

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  • 2

    Lake Merritt

    24 reviews

    Lake Merritt in Oakland is a lovely spot for walking, jogging and boat rentals. On Saturdays there is a wonderful Farmer's Market close to the lake with live music, organic locally sourced food, and activities for children and families.

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  • 3

    Fox Theater

    23 reviews

    If you are a concert-goer, music lover, then The Fox Theater is a must see. The neighborhood is lively and the bay area comes together for every concert. I've probably seen 10+ shows and each is as memorable as the last. The General Admission floor is big and the bars are a plenty. If you prefer seats, the upstairs isn't ...

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  • 4

    Yoshi's Jazz Club & Japanese

    20 reviews

    Yoshi's is by far the most famous and historic jazz venues in all of the West Coast. Pretty much every single one of the legendary jazz musicians in the past has gone through Yoshi's, and Yoshi's has done an awesome job in preserving the venue in its original form as closely as possible. It's not as new and swanky as ...

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  • 5

    Oakland Museum of California

    18 reviews

    A hidden gem

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  • 6

    Oakland Zoo

    19 reviews

    One of our favorite spots in the east bay. All 3 of my boys love coming here. The train in the rides area is their favorite part. It goes through a pen with Emu and Wallaroos.

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  • 7

    Jack London Square

    19 reviews

    Jack London was the author who was famously known for writing Call of the Wild (1903). This square is written after him. The harbour here is pretty beautiful and there's a lot to walk around in. Parking can be hard to find, I would suggest the BART.

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  • 8

    Grand Lake Theatre

    13 reviews

    This is the Grand Old Lady of East Bay Movie Theaters. I especially enjoy a Friday night movie on the main stage with the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ and the Big Screen. The political messages on the marque are also thought provoking. However, parking in this neighborhood can be a little dicey.

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  • 9

    Children's Fairyland

    12 reviews

    A great park for small kids (I think 2-8 years old) with many famous kids' stories like Alice in wonderland, the three little pigs and more. Admission is only 8$ per person and the kids have activities here for a full day.

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  • 10

    Make Westing

    11 reviews

    Great cocktails, great beer, good food, happy Hour specials every day, and a Bocce Ball Court! This is a great place to take a date or go with friends.

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  • 11

    The Cathedral of Christ the Light

    10 reviews

    This is a beautiful church. Right across the street from the lake. I've actually never attended it for any services though, I was there for a work function in their conference center that they rent out. Parking is a bear for this church since you are in downtown Oakland, it will not be cheap, especially during the week. I've seen ...

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  • 12

    Paramount Theatre of Arts

    8 reviews

    One of the most memorable concerts I've been to took place here. I saw Tyrese open for Brian McKnight,and the size of the theater made for a somewhat intimate experience. The sound quality wasn't too loud during the performance, so my group was able to make conversation without distracting the other people around us.

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  • 13

    Rockridge Market Hall

    7 reviews

    Love this place. Right next to the Rockridge Bart station, parking can be tricky in the neighborhood but there is a small lot behind the market hall you can use. We come here primarily for the fresh pasta from The Pasta Shop,and then buy whatever else we need (meat, cheese, produce) to make a complete and excellent meal.

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  • 14 Coliseum

    9 reviews

    Let's Go Oakland

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  • 15

    Chabot Space & Science Center

    7 reviews

    Hidden gem. Fun for kids and adults alike. On a clear night you can look through their gigantic telescopes for a great sight.

    Popular withFamiliesBudgetHistory
  • 16

    Oakland Coliseum

    7 reviews

    Really neat concert venue. Saw my first concert here. Loved the luxury box area, though I wasn't in a box -- definitely looking forward to my next concert here!

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  • 17

    Lake Temescal

    7 reviews

    Nice picnic areas on the lake. Small playground. 1.5mile hike around the lake.

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  • 18

    Eat Real Festival

    5 reviews

    The Eat Real Festival is like an East Bay Foodie's Food Truck orgy! In September when the Indian summer is kicking in heat, it is time to come tothis festival and pick you eats! Great festival offering a wide variety of foods to sample and buy, all in the heart of Oakland's waterfront Jack London Square area, and the gentrified ...

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  • 19

    The New Parkway

    3 reviews

    This theater is great. Second-run showings, so nothing from the immediate box office, but the tickets are cheap, they serve wine and beer (and pretty decent gourmet hot dogs and other sundries) and the interior decorations are super Oakland. I take my nephew here on weekends occasionally. You can get a soda, popcorn and a movie ticket for under $10. ...

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  • 20


    3 reviews

    Very fun way to see Oakland. Lots of Chinese culture everywhere from the restaurants to the streetside shops and fish markets. I would recommend just walking around for a few hours and sightseeing.

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