Kids Activities in Los Altos

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51 S San Antonio Rd
Los Altos,
CA
US

J&J Polo's instructors impart top-shelf swing mechanics and riding techniques to everyone from children to collegiate riders and professional players. Tailored to each rider, individual lessons focus on how nuances in body positioning and pockets full of oats can influence hitting and riding ability. Trainers isolate swinging in hitting-cage lessons that employ a stationary horse or run four-hour clinics where groups of riders move through hitting drills, rules and strategy sessions, and practice chukkers under the guidance of a professional player.

877 Heatherstone Way
Mountain View,
California
US

Silicon Valley. Analog computers. Artificial intelligence. The Computer History Museum chronicles the 2,000-plus year history of computing. The exhibits include a range of displays that introduce guests to ancient devices, the first computers from the 1940s and 50s, and examples of contemporary mobile computing.

During visits, interactive exhibits invite players to compete in a game of pong or relay the stories of the first computer pioneers. The online exhibits detail the history of computer chess, marketing the computer revolution, and reflect back on this day in computer history. The museum also displays a fully-functioning Charles Babbage’s first automatic computing machine—the Babbage Engine, which he designed in 1834, though it wasn’t built until more than a century later—giving visitors a rare glimpse into the evolution computing.

1401 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View,
CA
US