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Ride a Sunnyvale, California Bus Rental and Visit the City Today!

Sunnyvale, California

Located in Santa Clara County, Sunnyvale is home to around 148,000 people. Get on a Sunnyvale, California bus rental and explore the city today.

As part of the Silicon Valley, the city is home to several top tech companies, including Advanced Micro Devices, Applied Signal Technology, Aruba Networks, Fortinet, Juniper Networks, NetApp, ShoreTel, Trimble Navigation, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Apple, Google, and Yahoo!. Apart from that, you also have great attractions that guarantee a fun time for the entire family. All the more reason to check out the city with a Sunnyvale, California bus rental.

Arts & Culture

The Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum has several permanent exhibits that help visitors learn more about the city and its history. These include the Murphy Family and Home Exhibits, the Mural Room, Agricultural Exhibits, and Industrial Exhibits. The museum also has rotating exhibits and other programs such as the Antique Faire, where you could get your antiques sold or appraised; Victorian Teas; Garage Sales; and other educational programs.

You can also visit the Lace Museum where you could see everything that has something to do with lace.

If you want to catch the city-sponsored arts activities, then head out to Sunnyvale Community Center. You can check out the performances at Sunnyvale Theatre, or join the Hands on the Arts Festival. You can also make your own art walk by visiting the city's many pieces of public art. There are more than 100 public art pieces scattered all throughout the city.

Perhaps, you could catch the Sunnyvale Community Players' musicals and theater productions. Meanwhile, the California Theatre Center is known for their School and Family Series, which adapts fairy tales and children's literature onto the stage.

Restaurants & Shopping

Sunnyvale is home to more than 7,500 retailers, restaurants, hotels, and other businesses. It is also home to several shopping centers, including Fair Oaks Center, Lakewood Center, Tasman Square, Lawrence Center, Mary Avenue Plaza, Mary Manor Plaza, Fremont Shopper, May Sun Plaza, Westmoor Village, and Loehmann's Plaza. And of course, you should not miss out on the stores in the downtown area. You can also get the freshest fruits and vegetables at the Sunnyvale Farmers Market.

And what is a vacation without food? Luckily for you, Sunnyvale has some great restaurants and food places. Get the best Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare at DishDash, Falafel Stop, Obed Mediterranean Cuisine, or Tiberias Grill. A Slice of New York serves the best Italian food and pizza. Speedy Tacos is also a must try. If you are craving for Vietnamese food, then go to Cam Hung. Check out the cute cakes and cupcakes at The Little Cakes, too.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are two golf courses in the city that you can play on. One is the Sunken Gardens Municipal Golf Course, a nine-hole golf course that has more than 1,500 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 29, a 28.4 course rating and an 86 slope rating. The golf course was designed by Clark Gasson and opened in the 1950s. You can also play on the Sunnyvale Golf Course.

Sunnyvale Golf Course has 18 holes and a par of 70. It has a 118 slope rating and 70.4 course rating. It was opened in the 1960s.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The city has one site listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and that is the US Naval Air Station Sunnyvale, California, Historic District. Also known as the Shenandoah Plaza, the historic district covers more than 124 acres of space and features close to a dozen contributing structures and buildings, nine contributing houses, and three monuments. You could see structures featuring various architectural styles here, including mission and Spanish Revival, dirigible and blimp hangar style.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Sunnyvale is blessed because of its location. It is less than an hour from San Francisco and the Pacific Ocean, and it is very near the state's famous redwood forests. So having fun outdoors is very accessible. On top of that, the city manages more than 476 acres of parks and open spaces.

Check out Seven Seas Park, the city's newest park, where you can enjoy two playgrounds, a dog park, basketball and tennis courts, a multipurpose field, picnic facilities and a spray pool. Or you can visit Baylands Park, where you have more than 70 acres of space, most of which are fields of native grasses and meadows. You can experience any of the events held at the Baylands Grove Amphitheater, and enjoy the park’s picnic sites and other features. Meanwhile, DeAnza Park has a Spanish Aztec theme and covers more than 9 acres of space, including a children's play area, horseshoe pits, a skating rink, basketball courts, and a multi-use field.

You can also visit Orchard Gardens Park, where you have tennis and basketball courts, separate play areas for older children and toddlers, a BBQ pit, a bike path, and ADA compliant fitness equipment. Or perhaps visit Washington Park where you have a kiddie play area, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, swimming pool, and tennis courts.

Other parks in the city that you can go to include Braly Park, Columbia Park, Fair Oaks Park, Fairwood Park, Heritage Park, Las Palmas Park, Ortega Park, Plaza del Sol, and Ponderosa Park, among others.

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