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Santa Clara’s Great America theme park is an expansive amusement park with food, games, and of course, rides! Younger children will enjoy exploring Snoopy Land with their favorite Peanuts comic strip characters walking around throughout the day for photo ops. Great American doesn’t forget about the daring adventurer in your group by offering thrill rides that will provide the ultimate adrenaline rush! Rides like Drop Zone, Invertigo, and Psycho Mouse will challenge the fears of the most daring amusement park guest. Concessions are easily found throughout the park, and visitors can compete in carnival-style games of skill for prizes to take home.

The impeccably maintained Santa Clara Municipal Golf and Tennis Club is open to the public and features a pro shop for golfers and tennis alike, lessons with golf or tennis professionals, and several cafeteria style dining options for before or after you take to the course. The links style 18-hole, par 72 golf course was designed by Robert Muir Graves and will provide a challenge for golfers of all skill levels.

NewPark Mall has over 150 shops for the shopping lover in your life! From national department store chains to more locally owned shops, everyone can find what they may be looking for at NewPark Mall. In addition to the wide variety of shops available to the visitors of NewPark Mall, NewPark Mall also has multiple restaurants ranging from a food stand to a sit-down restaurant for whatever meal you may need while shopping.

Take advantage of being in the center of computing industry by visiting the Computer History Museum! The Computer History Museum has been operating in the Silicon Valley since 2002 and aims to house artifacts and demonstrations of technology from our modern information age. From a prototype of the first computer to the microchips that we find in cell phones of today, you’ll be sure to learn about the incredible progress of the computing industry in our country’s relatively short time of existence. Within just a few short blocks of the Computer History Museum, you’ll find a wide variety of casual and sit-down restaurants for your post-museum meal.

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