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Blog - Silicon Valley Inn

July 15, 2018

The Hiller Aviation Museum

Belmont, California, conveniently located in the heart of the Silicon Valley and nearby large cities such as Oakland, San Francisco, and San Jose, is a popular destination for many visitors who don’t want to be stuck in the bustle of technological city life. With quiet streets, a smaller population and easy access to CalTrain, Belmont is a short drive or train ride away from dozens of popular tourist destinations located all around. During your stay, be sure t...

June 15, 2018

Enjoy Picnicking at Huddart Park

Silicon Valley is known for many things. Prominently, it is renowned for being the home to several very large technology companies which have had a major impact on social media and technological advancements, such as Apple, Facebook, and Google. This being said, it might come as a surprise that Silicon Valley is also known for providing lovely outdoor recreational sites. Though technology is exciting and enthralling in itself, Silicon Valley is more than the corpora...

May 15, 2018

Visit the Wildcat Canyon Regional Park

The Wildcat Canyon Regional Park is filled with an abundance of fantastic wildlife and gorgeous foliage, making it a wonderful place to visit while visiting Belmont, California. The park expands over 2000 acres, and contains many activities for those exploring the area to partake in. This Wildcat Regional Park is the perfect place to visit to experience the raw beauty of Belmont wildlife and terrain, making it the perfect park to explore while touring Belmont, California.


April 15, 2018

Visit Huddart Park

Huddart Park

Huddart Park is a great place to visit with family or friends. It offers an easily accessible location off of the San Francisco Peninsula, just 3.5 west of Highway 84. The park has several natural areas to attract visitors including grassy meadows, barbeque pits, and hiking and riding trails. In addition to these, Huddart Park also has many picnic spots available that are both covered and out in the ne...

March 15, 2018

Visit the Randall Museum

The Randall Museum is a wonderful place to take the family for an exciting and educational experience. In coordination with the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, the Randall Museum is devoted towards promoting environmental awareness using an interactive approach. Founded in 1937 by Josephine D Randall, the museum offers a hands-on approach to learning for the whole family, exploring areas such as nature, science, and the arts.

About The Randall Museum


February 15, 2018

Explore Hillsdale Shopping Center near Belmont CA

Hillsdale Shopping Center is one of the prime attractions in Belmont. Once you are done exploring the historic Ralston Hall, Twin Pines Park, Hidden Canyon Park and Belmont Historical Society, you should indulge in a bit of shopping and fine dining at the Hillsdale Shopping Center.

About Hillsdale Shopping Center near Belmont CA

The Hillsdale Shopping Center is situated at 60 East 31st Avenue. It has over a hundred and thirty stores including de...

January 15, 2018

Explore the Computer History Museum

The Computer History Museum is located at 1401 N Shoreline Boulevard in Mountain View, California. It is a nonprofit organization committed to preserving and presenting the stories and artifacts of the Information Age. The Computer History Museum building is four decades old and it houses the largest and most diverse collection of computing artifacts including hardware and software, documentation, photographs, ephemera, moving images and oral histories. There are larger and smaller exhibits, ...

December 15, 2017

Hiking Laurelwood Park near Belmont, CA

Laurelwood Park, which is some 225 acres, is San Mateo’s biggest park. It is known for its beauty and surroundings with trails that lead up to Sugarloaf Mountain. You can also take your family and kids there to play on the grassy lawns and have a great time together as a family. The park is located at 3471 Glendora Drive.

About the Laurelwood Park

The park is close to Sugarloaf Natural area, which offers some of the most serene trails for you to enjoy on...

November 15, 2017


Sawyer Camp Trail is a popular trail and recreation path located in San Andreas Fault rift valley in San Mateo County, California. The trail is about 6 miles long and it has its stretch from the shores of the Crystal Springs Reservoir to San Andreas Lake. Reports have it that approximately 300,000 people use “The Sawyer Camp Trail” every year and upon visiting this trail, you would encounter cyclists, joggers, rollerbladers, and parents with strollers. While the Sawyer Camp Trail ...

October 15, 2017

San Carlos Museum of History

The San Carlos Museum of History is located at 533 Laurel Street of Downtown San Carlos. This museum stays open for few hours every Saturday between 1:00 and 4:00 PM. The San Carlos Museum of History details the history, development and creation of San Carlos. The extensive collection boasted by The Museum includes mementos, clothing, tools, literature, maps, and photographs.

Things to Do in San Carlos:

The Museum of San Carlos History details the history of t...

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