Climb the tallest lighthouse on the West Coast and walk along a beach full of colorful sea glass with a trip to the Mendocino Coast in Northern California.
This bizarre 160-room mansion in San Jose has a window built into the floor, stairs leading to nowhere, doors that open onto blank walls and upside down posts.
Spend the day in San Simeon exploring a real-life castle rich with fascinating history and magnificent luxury.
Full of rich history and boasting spectacular views, Monterey makes for a breathtaking coastal day trip.
Part planetarium, part natural history museum and part aquarium, this learning center in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park will satisfy all of your scientific curiosities.
Each weekend, now through December 17th, the three acres of the Cow Palace in Daly City transform into the streets of Old London as brought to life by Charles Dickens in his novels.
Prepare to be immersed in the hustle and bustle that takes place along the narrow streets and alleyways of San Francisco’s Chinatown.
The bluffs at the Golden Gate National Recreational Area are popular with hang gliders, hikers and dogs.
Located in the southwestern corner of San Francisco, Fort Funston’s 200-foot bluffs are a sight to see, whether you are hang gliding from them or watching from afar.
Walk along wood-planked sidewalks and climb aboard a historic locomotive when you visit historic Old Town Sacramento.
Discover the fun of a day at the beach and the excitement of an amusement park all in one place at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.