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Founded in 1985 the museum displays historic steam locomotives, modern diesel and intermodal trains, and historic model railroad equipment.
Art gallery specializing in contemporary art.
Live Oak Park, the site of several community festivals, offers a range of recreational opportunities, with basketball and tennis courts, a recreation center, and tot and...
This market is all organic. Also at the markets is an abundance of fresh baked goods, jams and preserves, juices, olive oils, goats milk and cheeses, prepared foods, nursery...
The Farmers' Market in Martinez has turned historic Main Street into a destination spot on Sunday mornings May through October. Local producers with their bounty of fresh,...
The museum, founded in 1974 exhibits a collection of local history, artifacts and photographs.
The freshest fruits and vegetables every Thursday from May through November.
This historic site includes guided tours, films, lectures and special events relating to the ranching activity and family life of John Muir.
Biblical archaeology, major collection from Tell en-Nasbeh, Israel, believed to have been the site of Mizpah, artifacts from Egypt, Syria, Cyprus, Greece and Rome.
This worldwide collection features plants of documented wild origin from nearly every continent, with an emphasis on plants from Mediterranean climates (California, Mediterranean...
Fossil invertebrates, plants, recent molluscan shells, foraminifera, electronic microscope.
Worldwild plant kingdom, 1.8 million specimens.
Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park, landmarked in 1997 as well as the site of many Berkeley festivals and special events, offers a large lawn for sitting and picnicking...
Berkeley Farmers' Markets are committed to supporting small-scale farmers who practice sustainable agriculture, so more than half of the produce available at the markets is...