Enjoy Oakland, California Attractions

Guests of our Oakland, California hotel near the airport will be perfectly situated to take advantage of a multitude of fun and interesting activities and attractions. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the hiking trails and breathtaking vistas found on Angel Island State Park. Shopping aficionados will have a field day at Jack London Square.

And everyone will be moved by the historic exhibits at the African American Museum & Library at Oakland. Below you’ll get a feel for what else is happening in our eclectic neighborhood.
Angel Island State Park. Explore Angel Island, a hilly, grass and forest-covered island. The largest island in San Francisco Bay, this glorious state park covers 740 acres and is 788 feet high at the top of Mt. Livermore. Enjoy spectacular views of Marin County, San Francisco, and the Golden Gate, as well as the entire Bay Area. In addition to engaging in such recreational activities as hiking, biking, camping and boating, visitors can soak up the islands’ rich history via guided tours. For more information, visit

Jack London Square. Named for one of the Bay Area’s most famous literary figures, Jack London Square is home to a beautiful and vibrant waterfront. This dynamic destination boasts a boatload of restaurants, shops, hotels, entertainment and recreation options, outdoor markets and special events. For more information, visit www.jacklondonsquare.com.

African American Museum & Library at Oakland. Discover the African America Museum’s archival collection, a unique resource on the history of African Americans in Northern California and the Bay Area. There are more than 160 collections in the archives, which contain the diaries of prominent families, pioneers, and social and political organizations. Through the Museum’s oral history collection, visitors can re-live the words of local civil rights activists, educators, writers and musicians. For more information, visit

Oakland East Bay Symphony. Founded in 1988 when musicians from the former Oakland Symphony and the Oakland Symphony League joined forces, the Oakland East Bay Symphony has gained regional and national recognition for its unique union of artistic excellence and community service. The goal of the Symphony is to make classical music accessible, particularly to those individuals in the community who might otherwise never hear live symphonic music. For more information, visit

Lake Merritt. Both a fresh and salt-water lake, Lake Merritt is 3.4 miles in circumference and covers 155 acres, making it the largest such body of water located within an urban area. It’s an ideal spot for jogging, strolling or kayaking. Nearby parks include Snow Park where golf and tennis is just the tip of the recreational activity iceberg. For more information, visit  

Children’s Fairyland. Since 1950, Children’s Fairyland has been delighting children and their parents with whimsical storybook sets, gentle rides, approachable animals, wonder-filled puppet shows and inspired live entertainment. This tot-friendly ten-acre park on the shores of Lake Merritt is also available for birthday parties, summer sleepovers, summer camp, field trips and special events. For more information, visit

Museum of Children’s Art. For two decades, the Museum of Children’s Art (MOCHA) has been a leader in hands-on arts education, helping children of all backgrounds to develop as healthy, resourceful and involved citizens. The 32,000 children who participate in MOCHA’s programs each year range in age from 18 months to 18 years and come from ethnically and economically diverse backgrounds. For more information, visit

Golden State Bonsai Federation. The Golden State Bonsai Federation is an educational organization that provides services and activities promoting the art of bonsai throughout California. Visit Northern California’s only public bonsai collection in the Demonstration Garden at Oakland’s Lakeside Park. This permanent collection assures that these precious trees and stones by outstanding masters and collectors will be preserved for everyone’s enjoyment. For more information, visit

Dunsmuir House & Gardens. Located on 50 acres of lushly landscaped grounds, Oakland’s Dunsmuir House & Gardens is a 37-room Neoclassical Revival mansion. Built in 1899 by Alexander Dunsmuir, the son of a wealthy British Columbia coal baron, the lavish dwelling features more than 16,000 square feet and includes a Tiffany-style dome, wood-paneled public rooms, inlaid parquet floors and 10 fireplaces. For more information, visit

Oakland Museum of California. The only museum dedicated to the art, history and natural sciences of the Golden State, the Oakland Museum of California features several permanent collections. They include the Gallery of Art, an installation that traces the development of artistic expression in California from the early 1800s to the present, and Cowell Hall of California History, which displays the most extensive collection of material related to the state’s complex history. For more information, visit

Oakland Zoo. Nestled in the rolling hills of 525-acre Knowland Park, the Oakland Zoo is home to more than 440 native and exotic animals. For kids, the Valley Children’s Zoo is a great place to get to know alligators, lemurs, tortoises, fruit bats, tarantulas, otters, and others in a fun, hands-on environment. Plus, there’s a play and rides area for the little ones to blow off a lot of steam. For more information, visit

USS Hornet Museum. Enjoy the USS Hornet, one of the most decorated ships in naval history. This National Historic Landmark is open to the public as a museum and a naval historical and technology education center, as well as a beloved ceremonial ship. Families can actually spend the night on this hallowed vessel, sleep in authentic bunks and discover if it’s actually haunted by ghosts. For more information, visit

Chabot Space & Science Center. Set among 13 trail-laced acres of East Bay parkland, with awe-inspiring views of San Francisco Bay and the Oakland foothills, Chabot Science & Space Center is a one-of-a-kind place to learn about Earth and the entire universe. Experience a multitude of sights, sounds, and sensations in a spectacular setting. Shape your future through science via an observatory, planetarium and hands-on exhibits. For more information, visit


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