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Attractions in Walnut Creek, California

Attractions in Walnut Creek, California
Discover exciting things to do nearby our friendly Walnut Creek hotel, which is ideally located to explore local attractions as well as all the sights of San Francisco. Find high adventure at Waterworld California, escape to outdoor pleasures at the Butterfly Habitat Gardens and visit an amazing collection of model trains. Discover sophisticated pursuits at numerous local museums and cultural centers including the Lesher Center for the Arts, Blackhawk Museum and Shadelands Ranch Historical Museum.
 

Blackhawk Museum

Located in Danville, California, Blackhawk Museum is one of the world's leading showcases for classic cars with 70,000 square feet of exhibition space in four galleries. www.blackhawkmuseum.org
 

Waterworld California

Waterworld California in Concord offers an exciting array of water park thrills. Experience non-stop adventure and fun on rides like the towering Tornado, the sliding Honolulu Halfpipe and The Big Kahuna giant water slide. www.waterworldcalifornia.com

Lesher Center for the Arts

The Lesher Center for the Arts opened in October 1990 is now one of Northern California's leading venues. Lesher Center is located in Walnut Creek, CA and offers three stages for the performing arts and houses the Bedford Gallery for visual arts.  www.lesherartscenter.org
 

Walnut Creek Model Railroad Society

The Walnut Creek Model Railroad Society offers a stunning permanent model train exhibition. The 1,800-sq.-ft. model train layout includes a whopping 4,300 feet of laid track and 175,000 individual train ties. www.wcmrs.org

Shadelands Ranch Historical Museum

Shadelands Ranch Historical Museum was built by pioneer Walnut Creek resident Hiram Penniman in 1903. Today this monument houses many artifacts of the frontier era including photographs, newspapers and government records. walnutcreekhistory.info
 

Butterfly Habitat Gardens at Civic Park

Within a block from downtown Walnut Creek is the Butterfly Habitat Gardens at Civic Park, where visitors can witness an incredible display of color offered by 25 species of butterfly and 130 types of Californian plants. www.walnut-creek.org/citygov/depts/ps/parks/butterfly/

 

Lindsay Wildlife Museum

The Lindsay Wildlife Museum is a wildlife rehabilitation center and home for non-releasable animals. Native California wildlife can be seen up close and personal, from birds to reptiles to mammals and more. A great place for families to visit and learn about local wildlife, natural history, pet education, and conservation.  wildlife-museum.org
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