Living That #SiliconValleyLife

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Zip-lining on Mount Hermon, San Jose

San Jose, California, is the beating heart of Silicon Valley.

It’s where big ideas are born and where creativity flourishes daily. From arts and athletics to attractions and activities, San Jose invites visitors to live the #SiliconValleyLife to the fullest. Take a look at what’s new and notable at the crossroads of culture and innovation.

City National Civic

Built in 1934 with a multimillion-dollar renovation in 2012, the Civic is a California Mission–style gem that holds up to 2,850 fans for legendary acts like Barbara Streisand, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones, just to name a few. It continues to host renowned national and international performers, speakers and authors in its state-of-the-art facilities. With flexible seating plans, it’s an ideal venue for midsize and larger company keynotes.

Apple Park Visitor Center

Newly opened to the public, the Apple Park Visitor Center needs to be on every technology devotee’s must-visit list. An architectural extension of their private campus, the Apple Park Visitor Center offers guests a place to learn, explore, shop and more. Enjoy the views from the rooftop terrace, grab a snack in the café, and get a glimpse of the latest in Apple tech. We hear PC lovers enjoy it just as much.

Mount Hermon Adventures

Looking for some out-of-the-box thinking at your next quarterly meeting? This is not your average breakout session. Get things off the ground – literally – on picturesque Mount Hermon with exhilarating aerial adventure courses, intentional team-building programs and thrilling zip line tours above the redwood forest.

New on the Menu

A big part of Silicon Valley is its innovative dining scene, and it must be tasted to be believed. Downtown San Jose is excited to welcome District San Jose, a new wine, whiskey and cocktail bar within walking distance of the SAP Center. Head over for craft cocktails and deliciously original cuisine. Fact: San Jose is home to the largest Vietnamese population in the United States, and you’ll also find some of the best Vietnamese restaurants here. Add Vietnoms to your list – it’s loaded with authentic flavors in a modern package. Speaking of original flavors, you’ll also want to swing by Clandestine Brewing, San Jose’s first nano-brewery, to try their 11 original beers on tap.

San Jose’s memorable event venues, invigorating team-building activities and creative dining options will take your meeting or convention to the next level – allowing your attendees to experience the #SiliconValleyLife.

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