A trip to Mountain View means excitement and fun for the whole family. When staying in Mountain View, there are plenty of things to do, but here are just a few ideas of places to go during your stay.
If you have never played Laser Tag before, now is your chance! Come down to Laser Quest for the experience of a lifetime. Great for friends, family, birthdays, and more – laser tag is something you don’t want to miss. Laser tag combines tag and hide-and-seek with a new and high tech twist! Armed with guns that shoot safe lasers, run around a multi-level arena filled with fog and energetic music. Shoot at members on the opposite team but watch out – there might be someone lurking behind every corner! It is recommended that you make reservations before hand in order to ensure that they can accommodate you. Children 5 years and up can play!
If you, your children, or friends are interested in WWII or would like to learn more, then a visit to the Moffett Field Historical Museum is just the thing to do! Moffett Field, as known as the Moffett Federal Airfield, was a joint civil-military airport that opened in 1931. There are three huge hangars located on the field for all to explore. In fact, Hangar #1 is a Naval Historical Monument and is one of the largest freestanding structures in the entire world! Hangars #2 and #3 are also amongst the largest freestanding wood structures in the world as well. At the museum, you will learn that Moffett Field is one of Northern California’s most historical sites and the role it played during WWII and the Cold War. View the various exhibits and hear stories from volunteers, many of whom are actual veterans! A trip to Moffett Field Historical Museum is truly a trip that will be remembered by all who attend.
If you are staying in the area for a while, consider enrolling your child at the Peninsula Youth Theatre for a summer camp or classes. The Peninsula Youth Theatre, or PYT, has been offering classes to kids and young individuals for years. It is their belief that by learning skills through theater performances and classes, they will develop a better sense of self esteem, as well as communication and social skills that they can use their entire life! PYT was even voted “Best Children’s Theater Workshop” by the Bay Area Parent magazine back in 2007.