Hayward is home to around 150,000 people, and the third biggest city in Alameda County. The Heart of the Bay is a good choice for a day trip or if you want to get away from the bigger cities in California. So board a bus rental in Hayward, California and tour the city.
A bus rental in Hayward, California can help you have a great day trip to the city. You can:
1. Check out the arts, history and culture scene. First stop is the 250-seat Douglas Morrisson Theatre, where you can get the best regional theater productions. Then check out the Hayward Area Historical Society, the Sun Gallery, the Photo Central Gallery of the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District, and the galleries at the Hayward Arts Council for some great art exhibits. There's also public art that dot the city, especially in the downtown area.
Further, you can catch the student productions at the Chabot College, and California State University East Bay. Then check out the art gallery, theater stage and sculpture garden at East Bay, and the art gallery and performing arts center at Chabot College.
History lovers would love the Mcconaghy House Museum, a farmhouse with 12 rooms that are decorated and furnished 1880s-style. You can then check out the events set up by the Hayward Area Historical Society. Then you can get on a bus rental in Hayward, California and tour the city's historic buildings and structures, including the Eden Congregational Church and the Green Shutter Hotel, as well as the Agapius Honcharenko's Ukraina Ranch, which is listed on the state register of historic places.
2. Watch the Bay Area Ambassadors play. Soccer fans would love to see the team play at the Gladiator Stadium.
3. Rest at the Hayward Japanese Garden. If the touring and the traveling starts to wear you thin, you can rest here with more than three acres of California and Japanese plants for you to admire, as well as a bonsai garden and koi pond.
There are other parks here that you can go to, including Kennedy Park, which is great for the kids with its merry-go-round, bounce house, and train. You can also visit the Triple Pines Ranch or have a picnic here. Or how about going to the Sulphur Creek Nature Center, where you can get closer to animals and learn more about wildlife rehabilitation? Or check out another nature center, the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center.
Then you have the Mt. Eden Park where you have several picnic sites, baseball and softball fields, a historic mansion, horseshoe and tennis courts, open spaces, a playground and other amenities. Or you could head out to Meek Estate Park, where you can find picnic facilities, a playground, open spaces and a historic building.
4. Play golf. Continue relaxing by playing golf at three golf courses in the city: Skywest Golf Course, Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course, and TPC Stonebrae.