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Fishermans Wharf

If you have never been to Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco you are seriously missing out. Totally free and there are street performers, A good view of Alcatraz, so Walruses (I think that’s what they are) getting a sunbath near the pier and so many fund stores. When you are there, check out the candy store and even if you don’t buy something you will walk out drooling. There is also street music performers which are incredibly good and you and just sit back and enjoy.

Suggestion is it sometimes get’s a bit cool so bring like a light jacket and also parking is crazy so take a cable car which only adds to the fun. Expect to spend about 5 hours there before you tire out.

Also, check out the little shops up and down the street – you will be surprised how many cool places to visit.


Balboa Park, San Diego

One of the best, most fun and FREE things to do in San Diego! Balboa Park, San Diego


Franceschi Park

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Franceschi Park is a historic old house and grounds up in the hills above Santa Barbara. It’s really fun to hike and climb! There’s old trees, little bridges and walking paths to explore!


Goleta, Ca Pier

One of the BEST things to do free is a walk out on the pier. It’s gorgeous and you can always catch a great sunset!

This pier is at Goleta, CA, it’s free and fun!


Small Town Charm

Benicia Farmers Market – is a perfect place to see your friends. Everyone in town comes out for the market. We have live music, fresh veggies and yummmy foodtrucks for your dinning pleasure. Shops stay open longer and it’s a great way to break up the week. My son loves it as i let him take off with his friends. It’s such a small town feel and charm it reminds me of when I was growing up! We are so lucky to live in such a small town with so much charm.

Benicia, CA 94510


Lompoc Flower Festival

Flower Festival

Every year my town, Lompoc, California has a Flower Festival the third week of June. Its a fun, free festival we have to celebrate our towns history with growing flowers (for seeds). There is rides, food booths, music, and all sorts of fun things for the kids to do.


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The best free event in my hometown – The San Jose Obon Festival!

Every year the Buddhist temple puts together a festival to celebrate the Japanese holiday of Obon.

It is an absolute blast eating Japanese food, dancing, playing games, and listening to traditional taiko music.

The San Jose Obon Festival


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Fun and free really can belong together in San Francisco!


Hollydale Mental Hospital

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Opening in 1988 the Hollydale Mental Hospital ran outside Los Angeles for almost 100 years and contained anyone from drug abusers to the criminally insane. In 2006 through a training exercise a group of Marines even found a box of mummified legs. If adventurous enough to explore its shadowy depths you are free to visit Downey’s Abandoned Asylum for $0.