Attractions around Saratoga 

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14831 Pierce Rd. Saratoga, CA

408-741-2822


Historic Live Music venue on a 150+yr-old working vineyard
Concerts * Special Events * Weddings * Wine Tasting

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21000 Big Basin Way, Saratoga, CA 95070

408-741-4994

An oasis of serenity in the heart of Saratoga, California, Hakone Gardens is one of the oldest Japanese gardens in the West. A timeless traditional Japanese-style estate has a range of unique gardens with their own atmosphere: A koi pond, moon bridge, dry landscape, lush bamboo grove, and more. A strolling garden consists of a grassy hill and a pond, and a traditional tea house offers hot cups of green tea. The Cultural Exchange Center is located in a faithful reproduction of a 19th century home and shop of a Kyoto tea merchant. The estate sprawls across 18 acres on the Saratoga hills, overlooking Silicon Valley. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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15400 Montalvo Rd, Saratoga, CA 95071

408-961-5858

The Montalvo Arts Center is a center for the arts in Saratoga, California, snuggled in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. It includes an art and cultural center, a park with hiking trails, and the historic Villa Montalvo. The villa is a Mediterranean revival mansion built in 1914 for California businessman James Duval Phelan. After Phelan died, the entire estate was donated to the State of California to be used as a park and later as a cultural and arts center. The villa and the arts center sit on 175 acres with several large buildings surrounded by gardens and natural areas. The center has two theaters, an art gallery, and an artist residency complex. Besides hosting art exhibitions, the mansion also hosts many weddings and other celebrations.

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408-867-0753

The Historic Saratoga Village is Saratoga's historic downtown district, located on Big Basin Way just off Highway 9. The village is great place to explore walking, with quaint stores, unique shops, cafés, and restaurants. The main street, Big Basin Way, has a number of excellent cafés and upscale restaurants, fashion boutiques, and other small businesses. As you leave the main street, you will come to a creek, a nice park, and small, quiet residential streets perfect for walking. There are a few thrift shops that work for local charities as well as some great ice cream and coffee venues. It is a pleasant oasis to escape the noise of busy Silicon Valley.

Saratoga Historical Park & Museum

20405 Saratoga-Los Gatos Rd. Saratoga, CA

408-867-4311

Our mission is to:
To stimulate public interest in Saratoga history.
To carry on research and collect records, pictures, artifacts and other memorabilia related to our local history.
To maintain a Museum for the display and safe-keeping of archival material.

Euphrat Museum of Art

21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, CA 95014

408-864-5300

More than a museum, the Euphrat creates an experiential environment for visual ideas and communication. Our comprehensive program of arts, education, public art programs and lectures stimulate creativity and interest in art among audiences of all ages.

South Bay Musical Theatre

13777 Fruitvale Ave, Saratoga, CA 95070

408-266-4734

South Bay Musical Theatre, originally established as the Saratoga Drama Group, has been entertaining the South Bay Area with high-quality musical theater for more than 50 years. Every annual season presents three fully staged productions with their own live orchestra. Their program includes both musical classics and less known but equally entertaining shows. The theatre was formed in 1963 by the Saratoga Federated Church. The theater group presented early productions in the Saratoga church’s Richards Hall. As the audiences grew too big for its current venue, the group moved to the 300-seat Saratoga Council Chambers. The program also grew and started presenting Bay Area premiers of popular Broadway musicals such as Mame, Hello, Dolly, and State Fair. In addition, their regular season featured specials such as the Night Visitors at Christmas time.

Bay Shore Lyric Opera Co.

846 Front Street
Santa Cruz
CA 95060

408-391-5785

Bay Shore Lyric Opera is committed to bringing quality opera productions that are both affordable and accessible to Silicon Valley audiences.

Los Gatos Ballet (members)

630 University Avenue Los Gatos, CA 95032

408-399-7577

Los Gatos Ballet is dedicated to the art of self-mastery. Through our dedicated programs, we travel the inward journey to discover our truth, train with intention in the pursuit of excellence, and align with our purpose. We are committed to sculpting the best version of ourselves through the process.

McAfee Center

20300 Herriman Avenue
Saratoga, CA 95070

408-867-3411 ext. 450

For non-high school events, please contact the group producing the event directly. Saratoga High School does not handle ticketing for outside organizations using McAfee Center.

Saratoga Symphony

Orchestra members perform for the educational benefits of participation and for the love of music. The goals of the orchestra are to provide the musicians with the opportunity to participate in a symphony orchestra, to bring both familiar and rarely-performed works to the community's cultural life, to provide local artists the opportunity to perform solo works with a symphony orchestra, and to premier the works of local composers.

AMC Theaters-Saratoga

700 El Paseo De Saratoga San Jose, CA

408-871-2277

Experience the difference of AMC amenities. From spacious rocking seats to luxury recliners, innovative menus and premium offerings like IMAX, Dolby Cinema, and Prime at AMC, AMC Theatres offers a range of ways to get more out of movies.

Saratoga Civic Theater

13777 Fruitvale Ave, Saratoga, CA 95070

408-868-1291