Embark on an Adventure:  7 Must-Do Things in Berkeley

Botanical Garden at UC Berkeley

This garden is divided into several sections, which represent plants from California, the Canary Islands, Eastern North America, the Mediterranean Basin, Australia, Asia, Central & South America, the deserts of the Americas, and South Africa.

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Berkeley Marina

Comprises more than 100 acres of parkland. Cesar Chavez Park occupies the majority of the space, offering stunning panoramic views of San Francisco Bay’s three impressive bridges, Angel Island, Alcatraz.

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Tilden Park

Tilden Park is a beautiful natural space with many recreational attractions. This park includes hiking the nearly 40 miles of hiking trails, as well as cycling and horseback riding.

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Sather Tower and the U.C. Berkeley campus

Sather Tower was built in 1914. It is a bell and the clock tower that is known to many people as the Campanile because of its similarity to the Campanile di San Marco in Venice, Italy.

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Indian rock park

Indian Rock Park is a public park at 950 Indian rock avenues in the city of Berkley, California, on the slope of the Berkley Hills. This rock park is located in the northeast part of the city.

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Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive are a combined art museum and repertory movie theatre and archive, associated with the University of California, Berkeley

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Live Oak Park

Live Oak Park is a public park and recreational area of the city of Berkeley, California; it lies in the center of several north Berkeley neighborhoods.

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