At the center of Silicon Valley lies sunny Redwood City, a historically rich community that’s perfect for visitors who long for that large city feeling, but don’t want to sacrifice the wonders of the great outdoors. The city is known as the business and industrial center of the San Francisco Peninsula, but it’s quickly gorwing into an entertainment destination, offering a variety of theater, music, dance, cultural arts that will leave visitors wanting more.
Tops things to do include exploring the mysteries of the Tall Trees Grove, best known as the home of the Libbey Tree, which was once the world’s tallest known organism, and journeying through the San Mateo County History Museum, which is housed inside a courthouse. For a more relaxing experience, take the family for a picnic among fluted Corinthian columns at the Pulgas Water Temple, and enjoy the views of the bay from a helicopter with Fly Bay Area Tours.
Downtown Redwood is the best place to stay for all your dining and shopping needs. The district offers ethnic hole-in-the-wall gastropubs, fine dining, and artisanal coffee. Philz Coffee is a landmark, with classic blends and blends of the month. The downtown square also offers festivals and holiday events with movies and music year round.
The best time to visit Redwood City is between May and October, when the days are 75 degrees and sunny, and the nights are 60 degrees and chilly.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Redwood City. The warmest months in Redwood City are July and May, when temperatures reach 103 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 33 ˚F. The wettest month in Redwood City is January with 6.77 inches of rain, while the driest month is November with 0.66 inches of rain.
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