See what’s happening
So much to do in San Mateo County/Silicon Valley, and never enough time it. Stay a while and come often. There is always something happening to satisfy your vacation appetite.
Take a limo tour along iconic highways, go tide pooling with the family, relax next to a warm fire while roasting marshmallows next to the Pacific Ocean or zoom along the San Francisco Bay or Pacific Ocean on a Segway or bicycle.
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Programs exclusively for 3-4 year olds Preschoolers are natural scientists! Help your child utilize his or her instinctive skills of...
Valentine’s Day at The Van’s
Celebrate Your Love @ The Van’s with a Brunch or Dinner Reservation over the long Weekend to avoid the crowds!
Junior Academy programs are designed to foster a curiosity about science and nature in our youngest Academy visitors. With age-appropriate...
Behind-the-Scenes Academy Tour
Explore the Academy like an insider! In one exciting hour, you’ll walk among whale bones on the living roof,...
Red Horse: Drawings of the Battle of the Little Bighorn
The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University announces a rare exhibition of 12 drawings by acclaimed ledger artist Red Horse, a...
ANDERSON COLLECTION AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Another Look at the Permanent Collection This installation expands upon the inaugural exhibition by introducing visitors to a broader spectrum...
Constructive Interference: Tauba Auerbach and Mark Fox
In celebration of the opening of Stanford’s McMurtry Building and the Anderson family’s commitment to contemporary artists, the...
Mining the Ancient
Artists throughout the ages have looked to the past to unearth inspiration. Mining the Ancient presents the work of six...
Showing Off: Identity and Display in Asian Costume
Fashion is a form of language. What we wear broadcasts critical information about us and serves as a visible indicator...
Stanford, California—The Cantor Arts Center presents a new exhibition, Missing Persons, which considers both the aesthetic and political implications...