The Hyatt Regency Santa Clara is within minimal driving distance of the San Jose, San Francisco, and Oakland International Airports. For specific driving directions and information regarding shuttle service to the conference headquarters hotel from Bay Area airports, please refer to the Hotel/Travel page. Restaurant information can be found on our local eats page.
Adjacent to the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, the Santa Clara Golf & Tennis Club offers 18 holes of championship golf on a professionally-designed course by Robert Muir Graves. This upscale golf and tennis club offers more than meets the eye; additional facilites include seven lighted tennis courts, a 35-station lighted golf practice range, putting greens, and a golf pro shop. After a challenging game of golf, relax with a drink in David's Restaurant.
California's Great America theme park is fun for the entire family. Located within walking distance of the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, you can turn a lazy afternoon into a thrill-seeking adventure. Bring the kids to meet Eliza and Donnie, two new characters from Nickelodeon's "The Wild Thornberrys." For the adults seeking a new rollercoaster experience, take a ride on the "Stealth"—no floors, no walls, no ceilings ... a breaktaking experience. Open weekends.
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Phone: 408 765-0503
At the Intel Museum in Santa Clara, you can experience first-hand the evolution and power of the computer chip. Walk through a self-guided tour and view exhibits such as "Memory Technology," "How Microprocessors Work," "How Chips are Made," and the "History of the Microprocessor." For information on hours and to view an online interactive tour of the museum, visit the Intel Museum online.
San Jose, CA 95113-2008
Phone: (408) 294-8324
Technology from Silicon Valley and beyond comes alive in this unique museum featuring interactive exhibits for all ages. The Tech is a place about real technology...changing the way people work and play, create, harness and share information, how we innovate, and how we do things differently. Featuring over 250 interactive exhibits, the Hackworth IMAX Dome Theater, a cafe and gift store packed with "only in Silicon Valley" items. For more information, contact The Tech at (408) 294-TECH (8324) or visit thetech.org
Mountain View, CA 94035
NASA's Ames Research Center is located at Moffett Field, in California’s Silicon Valley. The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics selected Ames to be its second aeronautical research laboratory on Dec. 20, 1939. Ames became part of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) when that agency was formed in 1958.
San Jose, CA 95191
Phone: (408) 947-3635
The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, architecturally inspired by the Temple of Amon at Karnak, houses the largest collection of Egyptian artifacts on exhibit in the western United States—including objects from pre dynastic times through Egypt's early Islamic era.
San Jose, CA 95113
Phone: (408) 271-6880
Fax: (408) 294-2977
The San Jose Museum of Art presents a full range of exhibitions with a focus on works created during the 20th Century, including painting, sculpture, installations, photography, works on paper, and video. Museum Store, Cafe, and group event facilities. Public tours daily, group tours by appointment.
San Jose, CA 95110-2780
Phone: (408) 298-5437
Fax: (408) 298-6826
Children's Discovery Museum is a hands-on museum featuring over 150 interactive exhibits. Children of all ages are invited to test, prod, taste, crank and tinker in their striking purple building in Discovery Meadow.
Whether you left your power cord at home, or you simply want to window shop the cool aqua displays of Apple merchandise, you will want to visit the Apple Store. The Apple Store is conveniently located at the Valley Fair shopping center in Santa Clara.
Cupertino, CA 95014
Visit the mothership! Although Apple doesn't offer tours of its headquarters, they do have a gift shop on-site, where you can purchase all kinds of Apple gear—but more importantly, the shop sells exclusive shirts—only available at Apple HQ—to show off to all your friends, including ones imprinted with the slogan "I visited the mothership."