Isn’t it great to try out a class before committing to a full session? Here are a few great places that offer occasional free trials on kids’ classes.
The Bay Area has a deep stable of rugby clubs for players starting at age six and continuing all the way up through teams only for players over 35.
We found 13 restaurants in the East Bay where kids eat free. Skip cooking on Tuesday night and grab dinner here.
Fremont’s Central Park offers tons of space to run and play, picnic, boat, and exercise, there is a unique playground unlike any I’ve seen.
East Bay children can exchange Halloween candy for cash at a Halloween candy buyback at the dentist’s office.
Less than an hour from Oakland, Smith Family Farm offers a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and fall activities in a county fair-like experience.
Children will enjoy exploring Crab Cove beach in Alameda, but start with the visitor center to get more out of your trip!
Nestled in the hills, Joan’s Farm is a nostalgic, classic, kind of pumpkin patch experience. Even during its busiest moments Joan’s feels very relaxed.
Many of the Bay Area’s very best museums are free at least one day each month. If you arrive early, you can visit world-class museums for $0 plus snacks.
Located on Van Ness at Market St, Immersive Van Gogh will surround you with colorful lighted artwork and possibly delight your kids!
Have more fun with kids in Oakland, Berkeley, Albany, and Alameda! 510Families.com is the best website for East Bay parents to find kid-friendly activities every day.
Our local events calendar is usually packed with drop-in classes, free storytimes, and festivals. Plan your weekend and your summer vacation: daily articles and a weekend planner help you find what’s fun and free when you need it.