Martijn's Saved Places
San Jose Flea Market is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

1. San Jose Flea Market

6.3
1590 Berryessa Rd, San Jose, CA
Flea Market · 36 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: This flea market started in 1960 with only 20 sellers and about 100 customers, but since then has hosted more than 6,000 sellers in the quarter mile produce line.

Overfelt Gardens Park is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

2. Overfelt Gardens Park

7.4
2145 McKee Rd, San Jose, CA
Park · 4 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: This park was donated by Mildred Overfelt in 1959 in memory of her parents William and Mary Overfelt, who were pioneers that started grain and dairy farms in the 1960s.

Peralta Adobe & Fallon House is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

3. Peralta Adobe & Fallon House

175 W Saint John St (N Market St.), San Jose, CA
Historic and Protected Site · Downtown San Jose · 3 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1797, this is the oldest building in San Jose and the last remaining structure from El Pueblo de San José de Guadalupe.The Fallon house was built in 1855 and was home to the earliest mayors.

Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

4. Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

7.9
1664 Park Ave (at Naglee Ave), San Jose, CA
Museum · Shasta Hanchette Park · 20 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: In 1928 the museum first opened in the administration building of AMORC, but as the collection of artifacts grew, so did the museum.It was permanently moved here in 1995 W/all of Harvey Lewis’ pieces.

Emma Prusch Farm Park is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

5. Emma Prusch Farm Park

8.7
647 S King Rd (S King and 680), San Jose, CA
Garden · 16 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: Josean Emma Prusch donated the 87 acres of land in 1962, the city then began to use volunteers to build and preserve 47 acres of the original land. It opened to the public in 1983 as a park & a farm.

San Jose Museum of Art is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

6. San Jose Museum of Art

7.3
110 S Market St (at San Fernando St), San Jose, CA
Art Museum · Downtown San Jose · 30 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: This museum was founded in 1969 in downtown San Jose and has a large base of art from west coast artists from the 20th-21st century. The historical wing was once a post office when it was first built

San Jose Municipal Rose Garden is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

7. San Jose Municipal Rose Garden

9.3
Naglee Ave. (at Dana Ave.), San Jose, CA
Garden · 28 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: The 5½ Acre Park was built in 1927 as a result of efforts by the Santa Clara County Rose Society.This garden is dedicated to shrubs of the rose family,and has now collected over 3,500 rose bushes.

Circle of Palms is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

8. Circle of Palms

6.8
Circle of Palms Plaza (between S Market St & S 1st St), San Jose, CA
Plaza · Downtown San Jose · 4 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: This is the site of the first state capital from 1849-1851. The state seal of California in the center of the circle of palm trees. Visitors can ice skate in the center during the winter months.

Lake Cunningham Park is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

9. Lake Cunningham Park

6.5
Cunningham Ave. (S White Rd), San Jose, CA
Park · 13 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: James F. Cunningham purchased this land in the 1880s. It was originally a dairy farm but because of flooding, the city of San Jose stepped in, turning it into a man made lake by the 1900s.

Alum Rock Park is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

10. Alum Rock Park

8.5
Alum Rock Park, San Jose, CA
Park · 22 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: This park was founded in 1872 and was the first municipal park in the state of California.From 1921 to the early 1960s the Boy Scouts of America had exclusive access to the beauty & mineral springs.

The Tech Interactive is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

11. The Tech Interactive

7.6
201 S Market St, San Jose, CA
Science Museum · Downtown San Jose · 80 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: After years of planning, the museum opened in 1990 in the old San Jose convention center. In 1998 it opened in a larger 3 floor venue where it holds four major theme galleries and an IMAX theatre.

San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

12. San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles

7.3
520 S 1st St (btw William & Reed), San Jose, CA
Art Museum · Downtown San Jose · 8 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: The first museum in the US to focus completely on Quilts & Textiles; it was first opened in 1977 in Santa Clara. It permanently moved to San Jose in 2005 & now holds more than 550 quilts & textiles.

Yosemite National Park is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

13. Yosemite National Park

9.5
Northside Dr, Yosemite National Park, CA
National Park · 279 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: Yosemite is one of the largest and least fragmented habitat blocks in the Sierra Nevada. In 1855, entrepreneur James Mason Hutchings & artist Thomas Ayres were the first to tour the area.

Winchester Mystery House is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

14. Winchester Mystery House

6.8
525 S Winchester Blvd (at Olsen Dr), San Jose, CA
Historic and Protected Site · 91 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: Sarah Winchester, a wealthy widow, built the 160-room Victorian Winchester mansion in 1884. It took over 38 years to build and had workers work on it year round until her death in 1922.

Holbrooke Hotel is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

15. Holbrooke Hotel

7.2
212 W Main St, Grass Valley, CA
Hotel · 6 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1862, it is the oldest continually operating saloon west of the Mississippi. In 1879 the hotel was purchased by Ellen and Daniel Holbrooke and was given its current name.

The Fairmont San Francisco is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

16. The Fairmont San Francisco

8.8
950 Mason St (at California St), San Francisco, CA
Hotel · Nob Hill · 124 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: It is said that every US President since William Howard Taft has stayed at this hotel. This hotel is the first place Tony Bennett ever sang “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.”

Hayward Field is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

17. Hayward Field

1580 E 15th Ave (at Agate St), Eugene, OR
College Track · University · 16 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: Learn about the UO’s rich track and field heritage, from the days of Bill Hayward to the Olympic Trials, at the Powell Plaza timeline by the main gate. Read more.

Erb Memorial Union (EMU) is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

18. Erb Memorial Union (EMU)

1222 E 13th Ave (at University St), Eugene, OR
Student Center · University · 22 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: Stop by to visit the student government offices, or join one of the student organizations based here. Read more.

Johnson Hall is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

19. Johnson Hall

1292 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
College Administrative Building · University · 3 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: The statues of the Pioneer to the north and the Pioneer Mother to the south can "see" one another through the glass doors of Johnson Hall. Read more.

Willamette Hall is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

20. Willamette Hall

1371 E 13th Ave, Eugene, OR
College Science Building · University · 2 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: Artwork in the four-story Willamette Hall atrium is representative of four sciences: physics, chemistry, astronomy, and molecular biology. Can you spot the four works of art?

Oregon Convention Center is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

21. Oregon Convention Center

777 NE M L King Blvd (btwn NE Holladay St & NE Lloyd Blvd), Portland, OR
Convention Center · 31 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: Check out the UO at the Portland National College Fair each fall!

Museum Of Natural And Cultural History is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

22. Museum Of Natural And Cultural History

7.3
1680 E 15th Ave (btw Agate & Moss St), Eugene, OR
Art Gallery · University · 4 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: You think YOU need new shoes? Check out the world’s oldest pair of running shoes, as well as 15,000 years of Northwest cultural history. Read more.

Oregon Hall is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

23. Oregon Hall

1400 E 13th Ave (at Agate St), Eugene, OR
College Administrative Building · University · 9 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: UO admissions counselors are standing by to meet with you. Make an appointment and maybe someday you, too, can be a Duck! Read more.

Humpy Lumpy Lawn is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

24. Humpy Lumpy Lawn

7.6
Agate St. (at 15th Ave.), Eugene, OR
Sculpture Garden · University · 1 tip

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: Study, socialize, or play Frisbee here between classes on a warm spring day.

School of Music and Dance is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

25. School of Music and Dance

1225 University of Oregon (at E 18th Ave), Eugene, OR
College Arts Building · University · 3 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: Get in tune with the UO School of Music and Dance by catching a performance by any of the school's dozens of student ensembles. You can find a full events calendar on the SOMD website.

UO Urban Farm is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

26. UO Urban Farm

7.3
1694 Millrace Dr, Eugene, OR
Farm · University · 1 tip

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: Student work in the UO’s picturesque Urban Farm produces vegetables for local food banks. Read more.

Lokey Laboratories is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

27. Lokey Laboratories

Eugene, OR
College Lab · University · 1 tip

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: Wait, is that a skylight... affixed into the ground? The UO's Lokey Laboratories are constructed below ground to minimize vibrations that could affect sensitive scientific equipment. Read more.

Miller Theatre Complex is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

28. Miller Theatre Complex

7.5
1231 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
College Arts Building · University · 1 tip

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: The recent expansion of the UO’s Miller Theatre Complex added the black-box arena-style Hope Theatre, as well as a new costume shop with fitting room, dye room, and green room to the existing Robinson Read more.

The Pioneer is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

29. The Pioneer

6.9
U of O Campus, Eugene, OR
Sculpture Garden · University · 2 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: Dedicated in May 1919. The sculptor, Alexander Phimister Proctor (1862-1950), used a trapper from near Burns, Oregon, as his model. Read more.

The Pioneer Mother is one of Martijn's Saved Places.

30. The Pioneer Mother

7.6
U of O Campus, Eugene, OR
Sculpture Garden · University · 2 tips and reviews

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: When the Pioneer Mother was dedicated in 1932, she was sited near the original women's buildings--Gerlinger Hall, and the Hendricks and Susan Campbell residence halls. Read more.