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In the Berkeley hills, this 2079-acre park has hiking, picnicking, swimming at Lake Anza, and fun stuff for kids, including a merry-go-round and steam train. — Lonely Planet
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At this hands-on science museum, kids can look at insects under microscopes, solve crimes using chemical forensics, and explore the physics of baseball. — Fodor's
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More than 19,000 plants of more than 9,600 species grace the slopes of Strawberry Canyon in a sylvan setting above the main campus, overlooking the bay — Michelin Guide
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'Cal' is one of the country's top universities, California's oldest university (1866), and home to 40,000 diverse, politically conscious students — Lonely Planet
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A campus highlight with 11 galleries showcasing a wide range of works, from ancient Chinese to cutting-edge contempor-ary — Lonely Planet
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Sweeping views of the bay, the city and the GG Bridge. Check out the historic and long Berkeley pier. — Not For Tourists
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Selections from the permanent collection are displayed in two exhibits. "Native California Cultures" displays 500 indigenous objects in large glass cases for easy perusal. — Michelin Guide
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This museum boasts a fine collection – almost 15,000 pieces – of art and cultural artifacts sourced from across the Jewish diaspora, particularly Jewish communities in the American West — Lonely Planet
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3,000 bushes and more than 250 varieties. — Not For Tourists
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Cafés, bookstores, poster shops, and street vendors line Berkeley's student-oriented thoroughfare, a bustling, if shabby, place to whiff the city's famed counterculture — Fodor's
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A 90-acre park on former landfill that hosts an annual kite festival.  — Atlas Obscura
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A free outdoor park encouraging creativity and cooperation where supervised kids of any age can help build and paint their own structures. — Lonely Planet
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The only museum of Sake in the United States is nestled in an unlikely California college town.  — Atlas Obscura
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