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Exciting San Jose and Santa Clara Attractions

When you stay at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Santa Clara, you're within minutes of exciting Santa Clara attractions, including California's Great America, Intel Museum and Civic Center Park.Explore prestigious universities, charming wineries, and fashionable shopping and dining. Take time to experience all the unique attractions of Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area. You'll find fun and adventure around every corner.
Santa Clara, California Intel Museum

California's Great America

Encounter a day of excitement and family fun at Northern California's largest theme park. Enjoy action-packed excitement on hair-raising roller coasters and thrilling rides. Enjoy colorful shows and fun attractions, or take in the sights high above the park on Flying Eagles.

Intel Museum

At the Intel Museum, visitors enter the micro-miniature world of computer chips as they learn how they are designed, manufactured and placed into thousands of products in our everyday world. The Intel Museum has 10,000 square feet of interactive exhibits as well as educational programs for kids and adults. It is designed as a self-guided experience, but guided tours may be arranged in advance for groups.
Byington Vineyard & Winery at California

Byington Vineyard & Winery

Nestled in the Santa Cruz Mountains with sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, Byington provides a gorgeous setting for sipping wines or celebrating special occasions. The beautiful grounds of the Byington estate and its stone chateau winery create a striking backdrop for wine tasting, weddings and corporate retreats.

Civic Center Park

Located on El Camino Real, Civic Center Park is beautifully landscaped with colorful flower beds, a large reflecting pool and fountains. This scenic 3-acre park is the site of the Statue of Saint Clare, the City's namesake. The bronze statue by Anne Van Kleeck was cast by an ancient "lost wax process" in Italy in 1965, shipped by boat around Cape Horn to Santa Clara, and installed that same year.