February 15-17, 2012 • Berkeley, CA
FREE ADMISSION SITES
103 Kroeber Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720
*20% discount in museum store for all CAM attendees
2626 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
1798 Scenic Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94709
1 Centennial Drive
Berkeley, CA 94720-5200
*10% discount in museum store for all CAM attendees
1275 Walnut Street
Berkeley, CA 94709
2065 Kittredge Street
Berkeley, CA 94704-1404
1000 Oak Street
Oakland, CA 94607
*Discount in museum store for all CAM attendees
10000 Skyline Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94619
MUSEUMS IN THE BERKELEY AREA
Berkeley Marina - The Marina's 52 acres of water and 1100 berths can accommodate some 1100 crafts from 16' to 110'.
Cesar Chavez Park - built on the site of a former landfill, offers a wide range of recreational opportunities in a marina setting with spectacular views of the three bay bridges, Alcatraz, and Angel Island.
Golden Gate Fields - Located right along the San Francisco Bay in Berkeley, fans are treated to some of the best sights and sounds in the world. With an elegant Turf Club, a roomy Club House, simulcast rooms, and plenty of seating in the general admission area, Golden Gate Fields has been offering exciting thoroughbred horse racing in the Bay Area since 1941.
Tilden Regional Park - One of the District's three oldest parks, Tilden has been called the jewel of the system, and its recreational activities have become a happy tradition for generations of East Bay youngsters. From a carousel ride and a picnic to a swim at Lake Anza and a stroll through the Botanic Garden, Tilden has variety to delight everyone. Yet there are plenty of quiet places in Tilden's 2,079 acres to shelter the wildlife and preserve natural beauty.
Telegraph Avenue -Unlike most cities, Berkeley is a city of under 25-year-olds -- at least 36 percent as of the last census. This ensures a healthy mix of students from around the world, and their life centers on the University of California. Telegraph Avenue, a central commercial strip of that intellectual universe and once the scene of radical protests maintains an edgy vitality.
For additional information, visit the Green Museums Initiative resource table at the CAM conference or go to the GMI webpage HERE.