Activities in Mountain View


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  • Moffett Field Historical Society
    Since opening in 1933, Moffett Field has seen aircraft from the Army Air Corps, the Navy, NASA, and the National Guard land safely. It's famous Hangar One is one of the largest free-standing structures in the world, and the field holds the distinction of acting as the site where the nation's last rigid airship, the USS Macon was built. In 1994, the Moffett Field Historical Society Museum was built to commemorate this historic field and capture its heritage. Here, guests traverse exhibits that highlight the role of the airfield in the nation's military history. Permanent Collection: thirteen exhibits, organized by historical era Eye Catcher: a scale-model recreation of the USS Macon, the nation's last rigid airship, built in Hangar One Mainstay: the NASA exhibit, complete with equipment from experimental flights, wind-tunnel tests, and aviation flight simulation Don't Miss: the flight uniforms from WWII through today?including a display dedicated to women who served Hands-On Exhibits: kids and grownups can climb into P-3 and Harrier VTOL cockpits to get a sense of what it was like to fly these aircraft Pro Tip: ask staff for a tour from a docent, whose encyclopedic knowledge about the facility's history?along with, in many cases, experience in aeronautics?enriches the experience
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    Severyns Ave Bldg 126
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Zumba Fitness with Nazli
    Upbeat music and energetic movements fuel dance-inspired fitness classes at Zumba Fitness with Nazli. Here, instructor Nazli Eskandanian guides students through fun, easy-to-follow movements designed to torch calories and tone muscle.
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    2483 Old Middlefield Way
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Fit For Life Bootcamp
    Fit For Life Bootcamp?s seasoned instructors replace drill-sergeant screams with encouraging mantras in their one-hour indoor classes that welcome clients of all fitness levels. During sessions, trainers round out weightlifting sessions, resistance drills, and core workouts with cardio routines such as light running and obstacle courses. They switch up class routines regularly to ensure courses are never the same from day to day, leading wild-card days that incorporate hiking, crawling, and high-stakes Uno games played with 50-pound cards. In addition to bolstering workouts with nutrition guidance, trainers work to cultivate an atmosphere of positive camaraderie designed to push campers further toward their weight-loss goals.
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    190 South Whisman Road
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Reno Tahoe Ski Trips
    SkiMela.com facilitates skiing and snowboarding trips to seven of the areas best ski resorts, including Heavenly and Sugar Bowl. Charter buses pick up outdoor adventurers at six locations along San Francisco – East Bay and Silicon Valley – South Bay routes between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m., ensuring guests get a full day’s worth of recreation and snowman heckling. The trips, held in January, February, and March, include breakfast and a movie, and SkiMela.com schedules around 60 trips per season.
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    635 San Antonio Rd.
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Lakeside Cafe
    Today's Groupon rents you a way to see the world without using your walkingwheels or automolegs. For $30, you can float or pedal with $60 worth of boat and bike rentals at Shoreline Lake Aquatic Center and Café. Shoreline Lake Aquatic Center provides equipment to explore Shoreline Lake, a safe and scenic waterway that was built for sporting on the doorstep of sunny Mountain View.
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    3160 N Shoreline Blvd
    Mountain View, CA US
  • TheatreWorks San Francisco
    Originally founded in 1970 to give high-school and college students a chance to hone their onstage skills, TheatreWorks dedicated itself early on to promoting new work that grappled with America's changing social landscape. Exploring the experiences of ethnic and cultural minorities, the group built a following throughout the subsequent decades, growing to its present size of 41 permanent staffers, an annual budget of $7 million, and 8,000 subscribers. Its New Works Initiative continues to seek out up-and-coming voices from around the country, helping new playwrights find their footing and prompting embittered older writers to test new pseudonyms.
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    500 Castro St.
    Mountain View, CA US

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