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Pace Art and Technology

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Pace Art and Technology

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300 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA 94025-5239
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Visit 2 Facebook Campuses in Menlo Park, the old one that used to be Sun Microsystems and the new building designed by Frank Gehri.<br><br>Visit the home of Steve Jobs in Palo Alto.<br><br>Visit the Garage of Hewlett and Packard where Silicon Valley started.<br><br>Visit the Stanford University. Either join the group of visitors from all over the world guided by a student or we can take you on a private tour.<br><br>Visit the Google Campus.<br><br>Visit the Apple Park.<br><br>Visit the Oracle Campus. (optional)
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ruthiewilkins1 wrote a review Aug. 2017
Redwood City, California60 contributions27 helpful votes
We came for a traveling exhibit and I was impressed by the exciting artistic displays. The floor pattern is confusing and there did not seem to be many folks there to assist,, so it was a bit muddled, but everyone enjoyed themselves. Parking is easy and free and this is a great place to take youngsters and adventurous or curious adults.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Heidi W wrote a review Mar. 2017
Parker, Colorado, United States1 contribution
Nice Venue at a fraction of the cost. They seem to have more availability towards open dates than other places. Fairly new building. Plenty of parking for events.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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internationalvoyager wrote a review Feb. 2017
New York City, New York164 contributions35 helpful votes
A highly-recommended one-hour experience in 3 parts including virtual reality! You need a reservation on weekends, and probably want to go at at time when there are other participants (up to 10 total per time slot). Apparently it's quite empty during the week, but less fun. This is really great for anyone who wants to try something new and different. I'm not sure what the minimum age is, but I would think it's best for 10+. Look at their site to decide if it's good for you.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Mike wrote a review Dec. 2016
Columbia, Missouri437 contributions42 helpful votes
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This place continue to create exhibit that are downright awesome. You need to se thi8s if you like hi-tech art that is also interactive.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Miles N wrote a review Nov. 2016
20 contributions5 helpful votes
I went here for the first time and found it interesting. The art on display was technology-based, specifically involving LEDs and image projection. There was also an interactive section geared toward kids and families which included drawing pictures which you then scanned into a computer to have your drawing included in the display almost instantly. There was also a design-your-own hopscotch area and a digital town you could change by moving around wooden blocks. My visit lasted 90 minutes and I had fun the entire time.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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