7 Summer Events In The Bay

Summer in the Bay is the perfect time to explore. Bordering the Silicon Valley and straddling both the East and South Bay, Fremont offers summer activities perfect for everyone, from movie buffs to experienced hikers.

 

Summer Concert Series

July 12 to August 16, 2018

On Thursday evenings through August 16th, Central Park offers its own summer concert series. Admission is free and open to the public, and the lineup features a variety of genres from 80’s rock to Big Band. With the quaint Lake Elizabeth serving as the backdrop, concertgoers are guaranteed an exceptional view of our famous California sunsets.  

Central Park Performance Pavilion

40204 Paseo Padre Pkwy

Fremont, CA 94538

 

Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum

Travel back to the days of silent film at the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum. Housed in the historic Edison Theater, the museum is located just a few steps from where Charlie Chaplin produced his iconic films. Cinephiles will appreciate the exhibits dedicated to the early days of filmmaking and the pioneers who paved the way for the movie industry as we know it today. The museum also screens a selection of silent films for guests to enjoy in a charmingly authentic setting, helping to keep the spirit of silent film alive.

Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum

37417 Niles Blvd

Fremont, CA 94536

 

Vino Locale

Venture out to Palo Alto and spend a relaxing afternoon or evening at Vino Locale, a European-style wine bar featuring sips from local Bay Area wineries. Pair your favorite wines with an assortment of delicious appetizers and entrees made only from the freshest, organic ingredients. The already charming atmosphere is enhanced by live music and an art gallery, and even offers wine and paint classes so you unleash your inner artist while sipping on some of the Bay’s most treasured wines.

Vino Locale

431 Kipling St

Palo Alto, CA 94301

 

Aqua Adventure Water Park

Ready to soak up the sun and make a splash? Slather on some sunscreen, pack up your beach essentials, and take the whole family out to Aqua Adventure Water Park. This kid-friendly park is the perfect summer getaway for little ones looking to get out of the house, complete with four water slides, an oasis pool, and a lazy river enticing enough for the adults. In addition, the park offers swim lessons and junior lifeguard camps throughout the summer. Aqua Adventure is open daily during the summer months and offers discounted admission on select days.

Aqua Adventure Water Park

40500 Paseo Padre Pkwy

Fremont, CA 94538

 

Niles Canyon Railway

 The Niles Canyon Railway presents a glimpse into the days when steam-powered locomotives reigned supreme. Hop aboard a train for a scenic 90 minute trip from Sunol to Niles and admire the panoramic views of the canyon along the way. While the standard trip is geared towards families, Niles Canyon Railway hasn’t forgotten about the 21 and over crowd. The Wine Tasting Special and Beers on the Rails are exclusive rides specifically tailored for those with distinguished palates. The Wine Tasting Special features a selection of Livermore wines and hors d’oeuvres for passengers to sip and savor while cruising through the canyon. Beers on the Rails provides passengers with top notch craft beers from local breweries and a complimentary lunch.

Niles Canyon Railway

246 6 Kilkare Rd

Sunol, CA 94586

 

The Tech Museum of Innovation

The entire family will enjoy the Tech Museum of Innovation, where science and technology come to life. Appropriately located in one of the most creative places on earth, the Silicon Valley, the museum features a variety of exhibits ranging from energy efficiency to robot design. NASA and Stanford University sponsor a number of hands-on experiences and cutting-edge demonstrations that are sure to test the limits of your imagination.

The Tech Museum of Innovation

201 South Market St

San Jose, CA 95113

 

Mission Peak Regional Preserve

Challenge yourself to a strenuous but rewarding hike at Mission Peak Regional Preserve. The summit of Mission Peak is a Fremont icon, proudly featured on the city’s logo. The six-mile round trip hike takes approximately two to five hours at a leisurely pace and rewards hikers with a spectacular view of the San Francisco Peninsula and the Silicon Valley, as well as a photo opportunity with the iconic “Mission Peeker” summit pole to show off your daunting feat on social media.

Mission Peak Regional Preserve

43600 Mission Blvd

Fremont, CA 94538

 

Often overshadowed by fellow Bay Area cities such as San Francisco, the Fremont and Tri-City area has its own hidden gems worth checking off your summer checklist. What better way to experience these destinations than in a brand new Audi from Audi Fremont? During our Summer of Audi Sales Event, enjoy special financing and exclusive offers guaranteed to take your summer to the next level.

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