San Jose has its fair share of facades, videos, escape rooms, pool tables, bars with games, and many other fun games activities to do in this city. From escape rooms to bars with games and hoops, we have surveyed the city to find the best gaming options for when you visit. Some of the city’s best gaming places are Santa Clara Paintball and 300 Bowling. But, don’t forget to checkout the many others for your bucket list.
San Jose nightlife offers an endless number of things to do during the evenings, whether it’s a quiet evening drink with your special someone or dancing the night away with friends, you’ve got an abundance of entertainment options. San Jose’s vibrant nightlife includes numerous places to list to music, bars, discos and nightclubs. Some of the best nightlife happens at the The Hedley Club and Tangerine Hookah Bar along with several other good choices listed below, all are excellent ideas for your bucket list.
Shop till you drop at the best shopping malls in San Jose. You’ll find great shopping with many leading stores, outdoor spaces, clothing stores, candy, ice cream, jewelry, toys, hair salons and much more. Whether you’re in search of serious retail therapy or looking to satisfy an eclectic craving we’ve got the shopping mall list for you. Some of the best shopping malls are Oakridge Mall and Japantown Farmers’ Market along with many others below that are considered terrific ideas for your bucket list.
San Jose has got some of the best riding, rafting, climbing, golf and cycling, bird and wildlife watching. Whether you are an amateur or a seasoned outdoor junkie, San Jose makes exploring the outdoors easy. If you are craving some fun, don’t worry, city limits are just lines on a map. From Coyote Creek Parkway Path to The Ranch Golf Club and even Whispering Hills Ranch, it’s time to start ticking the things below off your bucket list.
Beyond traditional attractions San Jose has many sights and landmark, natural playgrounds, historical landmarks, and beautiful landscapes. It is no wonder visitors find it difficult to see them all. The city has many different things to see, for family fun or just traveling solo, you can spend your entire day perusing the city’s cache of sights. Some of the San Jose’s best museums to see when looking for major attractions are Luis Maria Peralta Adobe and Duc Vien Buddhist Community Pagoda. And, like always we’ve got a list of our favorites for your bucket list below.
San Jose is surrounded by some of the best national and local parks, trails, walk paths, lakes, camping and biking paths. Whether you are looking for a short easy walk, a rugged mountain bike path or a hiking trail to test your endurance, San Jose’s diversity of parks and trails is sure make it to your bucket list. Some of the city’s best park and hiking places to visit are Heritage Rose Garden and Alum Rock Park. We’ve also included a list of our favorites for your bucket list below.
San Jose’s restaurant scene is in a state of perpetual change with restaurants that span a myriad of cuisines, tastes and histories, which collectively will satisfy all of your restaurant needs. Whether they’ve just hung to open sign, are a local standby, or have a stand-out dish, these best restaurant spots are for those who love to eat. A couple of the city’s best restaurant are Cicero’s Pizza and Alexander’s Steakhouse along with the many other below we’ve included for your bucket list.
San Jose has a thriving art scene with impressive collection of classic and contemporary exhibits. Whether you are searching for a weekend trip or family vacation, San Jose’s got a load of unique and interesting museums and art galleries that will inspire countless of hours of enjoyment, you will never be bored. Some of the city’s best museums to see when looking for major attractions are 49ers Museum and San Jose Museum of Art. Plus, here we’ve put down a list of our favorites museum ideas for your bucket list.
If your planning a trip to San Jose, California don’t forget to take in an activity at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center or paint and spp at Vino Artist. Of course, you could also stroll around Japantown Farmers’ Market or checkout the art downtown at San Jose Museum of Art.