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Things to do in Oakland

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The top 14 attractions in Oakland

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Potomac Association
The Potomac Association is a regional organization with thirty locations in the greater Washington, DC area which extends from north to Gaithersburg, MD, and south of Richmond and Chesterfield, VA. We are one of the five associations That Comprise the UCC's Central Atlantic Conference. We are one of the five associations that are part of the UCC Central Atlantic Conference.
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Mills College Art Museum
In Oakland, Maryland, USA, there are a variety of places to visit, but the Mills College Art Museum should be a mandatory stop. In this museum you will have a great time, because in addition to magnificent works, everything is very well organized and offers a friendly atmosphere.
Museums in Oakland
Oakland Zoo
The Oakland Zoo in Knowland Park is located in the city of Oakland. Their mission is to inspire respect for and stewardship of the natural world, while providing a quality visitor experience. The zoo is open daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
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Museum of Children's Art
The Museum of Children's Art (MOCHA) is located in the city Oakland. Visitors can explore art through the eyes of eight 20th century women artists and create works inspired by their styles and techniques. Camp registration forms are available at MOCHA and at the museum.
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Cohen-Bray House
The Cohen-Bray House is a historical museum located in Oakland, California. It was built in 1884 as a wedding gift for Emma Bray Cohen and her husband, Alfred H. Cohen. It's regarded as a unique place with architecture dating from 1880 and it still contains the original decor furniture and aesthetic style of Charles Eastlake. It's interior is Anglo-Japanese design.
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Morcom Amphitheater of Roses
The amphitheatre is nestled in a residential neighbourhood in Oakland, California, near the border with Piedmont. It was built in 1932 as a Works Progress Administration project. It was named in honour of the mayor of Oakland, Fred N. Morcom. Outside, there are thousands of roses and a garden with paths, a pond and a cascading fountain. The garden is available for weddings accommodating up to 200 people.
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Dunsmuir House
The Dunsmuir House & Gardens can be found in Oakland and it was built in 1899. It's a neoclassical style mansion with an garden area. The mansion also has a carriage house picturesque, ancient and elegant gazebo.Dispone pavilion and a variety of objects to education, culture and development of entertainment events throughout the year.The place is open weekends for 11-17 hours.
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Pardee Home Museum
This museum is one of the largest architectural and historic treasures of Northern California. Those who visit can explore the cliff decorated with the exterior beauty of the house and gardens. After entering the house, visitors will find exceptional historical importance with unique interiors and international artifacts.
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Oakland Museum of California
The Oakland Museum of California is a great place to make memories where you can appreciate the best works of art from the entire city, if not the entire state of Maryland, U.S.A. I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
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Kennedy Art Center Gallery
The Kennedy Art Center Gallery is located on the banks of the Potomac River near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. The centre opened to the public in September 1971, however, its roots go back to 1958 when President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed bipartisan legislation to create a national centre for culture. To honour Eisenhower's vision, one of the theatres founded was the Kennedy Center for the Arts.
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Chabot Space & Science Center
The Chabot Space & Science Center (Oakland) opened in 1883 as the Oakland observatory. The Observatory was moved to its current location due to increased light pollution and urban congestion. Besides telescopes, it contains a complete digital system offering several shows daily, a domed IMAX auditorium, and a Challenger Learning Center.
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Junior Center of Art and Science
The Junior Arts & Science Center was founded in 1954 and is an independent, non-profit organization that serves more than 35,000 children a year. This center is dedicated to all children in the East Bay. The Junior Center of Art and Science Encourages active and creative responses of children through artistic and scientific expression through the exploration of their natural urban environment. What a great program!
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Lakes in Oakland
Deep Creek Lake
Great place to spend a weekend or a short trip.