The Intel Museum located at Intel's headquarters in Santa Clara, California, has exhibits of Intel's products and history as well as semiconductor technology in general.
The California Academy of Sciences is the most significant cultural institution in San Francisco, as well as also the greenest museum in the world. It is one of the most extensive natural history galleries in the world thanks to its over 26 million specimens. The museum was designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano and opened to the public on 27 September 2008.
The Museum of Modern Art is located in the Soma district, near the Yerba buena gardens and is a museum devoted only to the 20th-century art. That's one of the largest museums in the USA; you will have the chance to see a lot of masterpieces: paintings, sculptures, photographs, architectures, media arts, and design.
The Computer History Museum has been established in 1996. It is located in Mountain view. It is a museum dedicated to preserving the stories and the development of a revolutionary tool: the computer. Thanks to this museum you will know all the steps of this essential instrument up to our days.
The Tech Museum of innovation was established in 1998; it's located in the center of Silicon Valley and is composed of three different floors: in each one, you can have a fully interactive experience.
Located at the corner of Washington Street and Madison Street, the Cable Car Museum was established in 1974, and it's the perfect place for Cable Cars lovers. There you'll have the chance to know their history, see some old photos and admire the historic cars. You will also be able to watch the Cable Cars wheels in action.