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Providing a Range of Activities

Whether you’re in Cupertino for a few hours or for several days, you’ll find a number of ways to enjoy your time here. Plan your activities using the list below, organized by interest area, in combination with our mobile apps Mobile 95014 and Eats 95014. 

Arts, Culture & Food

Creekside Farmers’ Market: Creekside Park, 10455 Miller Ave. Opened March 24, 2017; year-round on Friday; new hours as of June 1, 2017, are 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Cupertino Library: 10800 Torre Ave., 408.446.1677. Books, periodicals, author visits, film showings and other activities.    

Euphrat Museum of Art: De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., 408.864.5464. Exhibitions and events reflecting a diverse local heritage. 

Festivals and Events: Held throughout the year in city parks and facilities, including a cherry blossom festival, a summer concert series and Shakespeare in the Park. Info available under Community Events, as well as on Mobile 95014.

Flint Center for the Performing Arts: De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., 408.864.8816. Music, ballet, dance, theatrical and other performances.

Memorial Park's Japanese Lanterns & Trees: Memorial Park, Stevens Creek Blvd. & Mary Ave. Two large stone lanterns (toros) and 200 cherry trees given by Cupertino's sister city Toyokawa, Japan; site of annual Cherry Blossom Festival in April. 

Morion Sculpture: City Hall, 10300 Torre Ave. Abstract sculpture of a Spanish conquistador’s helmet by John Augsberger in 1971; one of several sculptures and murals throughout the city.

Movie Theaters:

  • AMC Cupertino Square 16: 10123 N. Wolfe Road, 408.252.5960. Multiplex that includes an IMAX® theater.
  • Bluelight Cinemas: 21275 Stevens Creek Blvd., 408.255.2552. First-run, second-run, independent and international films.

Poetry: Readings and workshops led by the Cupertino Poet Laureate.   

Restaurants: Cuisines from all over the world at more than 160 restaurants. Info available in the Eats 95014 mobile app. 

Wineries: Tastings and events at wineries in the unincorporated part of Cupertino including: Fellom Ranch Vineyards; Naumann Vineyards; Picchetti Brothers Winery; R&W Vineyards; and Ridge Vineyards


California History Center and Foundation: De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., 408.864.8987. Regional history program by college and nonprofit foundation in 1895 mansion, which is a national registered landmark.  

Cupertino Historical Museum: Quinlan Community Center, 10185 N. Stelling Road, 408.973.1495. Local artifacts displayed in rotating vignettes.  

McClellan Ranch Preserve22221 McClellan Road, 408.777.3149. Original 1930s ranch with relocated water tower, replicated blacksmith shop and nature museum.

Nature & Sports

Bowlmor Lanes: 10123 N. Wolfe Road, #20, 408.252.2695. Bowling lanes, bocce and sports bar.

Cupertino Sports Center: 21111 Stevens Creek Blvd., 408.777.3160. City of Cupertino facility; fitness center, fitness classes, badminton, basketball, pickle ball, racquetball, table tennis and tennis; single day, monthly and annual fee options; open to non-residents of Cupertino. 

Golf Courses:

  • Blackberry Farm Golf Course: 22100 Stevens Creek Blvd., 408.253.9200. Nine-hole, par 29 course operated by the City of Cupertino; Foot Golf also available.
  • Deep Cliff Golf Course: 10700 Club House Lane, 408.253.5357. 18-hole, par 60 course nestled in the foothills.

Ice Center: 10123 N. Wolfe Road, 408.446.2906. Indoor rink with public skating hours.  

Parks: Selection of city parks for relaxation, picnics, play and fitness; locations and hours available on the Cupertino Park Finder app, as well as on Mobile 95014.

Rancho San Antonio County Park: 22500 Cristo Rey Drive, 650.691.1200. 289-acre park in foothills with hiking, bicycling and equestrian trails, picnic areas and model airplane field; connects to over 23 miles of trails in adjacent open space preserve.

Stevens Creek County Park: 11401 Stevens Canyon Road, 408.867.3654. 1,063-acre park in foothills with trails for hikers, bikers and equestrians, archery range, fishing in reservoir and picnic areas; trail connections with open space preserve.

Science & Technology

Apple Park Visitor Center: 10600 North Tantau Avenue. Steps away from Apple Park is a special space Apple created just for visitors. An architectural extension of its private campus, the Apple Park Visitor Center offers guests a place to learn, explore, shop, and more.

Apple Company Store:1 Infinite Loop, 408.974.5050. Popular destination for tech tourists. To be closed for renovation starting June 15, 2017. 

Fujitsu Planetarium: De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., 408.864.8814. Astronomy and laser shows n the largest school planetarium west of the Rocky Mountains.  


City Hall: 10300 Torre Ave., 408.777.3200. Museum-like displays that change regularly; open Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

De Anza Flea Market: De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd.; 408.864.8414. First Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; antiques, arts and crafts, used books, clothing, gifts, jewelry, etc.  

Retail Shops: Most shopping centers and stores are located along or near Stevens Creek Boulevard, Wolfe Road, De Anza Boulevard or Homestead Road. 

Veterans Memorial: Memorial Park, Stevens Creek Blvd. & Mary Ave. Walk of Remembrance, Wall of Honor and The Guardians statue; Veterans Day Ceremony each year on Nov. 11.

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