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The Weather in Santa Clara
Check out the climate diagram for Santa Clara. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 41° in January. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is August.
A vacation home in California's sunny Santa Clara
There's much to do in Santa Clara; from high-end shopping, museums and farmer's markets to fun annual festivals. There are plenty of downtown condos, cottages, and rentals to choose from, making your vacation in northern California a perfect one.
Santa Clara art and culture
Don't miss the historic Santa Clara de Asis Mission, founded in 1777. Nearby in Santa Clara University's campus lies the de Saisset Museum. Works by Charles M. Russell, Frederic Remington, and Joe de Yong await at the William S. Hart’s Museum. For works by regional and national artists, visit the Triton Museum of Art.
Sports fans should check out the exhibition spaces at the 49ers Museum Presented by Sony. Californian history buffs will like the Santa Clara Depot & Edward Peterman Museum of Railroad History. Look out for statues of Our Lady of Peace, St. John Paul II and the bronze statues of a Bronco horse. Linda Serrao's “Anything’s Possible,” bronze sculpture is intriguing too.
Kids in Santa Clara
Take the kids down to California’s Great America theme park which features rollercoasters, cabanas, and live acrobatics among other attractions. They'll love the Intel Museum's interactive exhibits too.
There's also Hart Park, which houses American bison, farm animals, and nature trails. The whold family can also get involved in a real-world treasure hunt via Geo-caching which uses GPS-enabled devices to discover the city's hidden gems.
Discover the Bay Area
The gorgeous Santa Clarita trails are full of jogging, walking, riding, and skating opportunities. Water babies will love the 9,000 acre Castaic Lake park which hosts regular events: Night Float Tube Fishing, Moonlight Kayak, Moonlight Fishing, etc.
Perched atop a high plateau surrounded by the Santa Clara mountains, the Castaic Lake Water Agency Conservatory Garden houses over 350 species of flowers. Pico Canyon at the northern end of Santa Clarita Woodlands Park is a favorite with visitors for its rugged and lush landscapes.
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