If you're looking for a great place to explore art and culture, Contra Costa County in California is the perfect destination. From the Di Rosa Contemporary Art Center to the Blackhawk Museum, there are plenty of amazing museums and galleries to explore. Travelers have voted Exploratorium, the California Legion of Honor Palace and the M. De Young Memorial Museum as the best of 32 museums in Contra Costa County.
In addition to these popular museums, there are also plenty of other cultural attractions to explore. From Exploratorium in El Cerrito to Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose in Fremont, there are 116 museums in California and 1277 museums in the United States. The RMS Queen Mary and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are two of the most popular attractions in California and the United States respectively. When it comes to art and cultural attractions, Contra Costa County has plenty to offer.
Travelers have voted Exploratorium, Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall and Union Square as the best of 177 art and cultural attractions in Contra Costa County. There are 173 artistic and cultural attractions in El Cerrito, a city just 69 km from Contra Costa County, and 82 artistic and cultural attractions in Fremont, which is 68 km away. Yosemite National Park and Yellowstone National Park are two of the most popular attractions in California and the United States respectively. The vote to choose the best family-favorite museums in Contra Costa County takes place in a two-round process.
This exhibition included posters of many memorable rock events held at the University of Berkeley and the University of Davis and many that were held in Contra Costa County between 1967 and 1974, such as the Rheem Theater in Orinda, the Contra Costa County fairgrounds in Antioch and the Concord Armory, where Fleetwood Mac, Tower of Power and Jerry Garcia once took the stage. The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, the Mental Health Commission and the Office of Consumer Empowerment of Behavioral Health Services invited participants to reduce stigma and discrimination in communities through the PhotoVoice Empowerment project. Family Favorites, by Parents Press, was born with the idea of giving readers in Contra Costa County and the entire San Francisco Bay Area the opportunity to express their opinions about their personal choices as “family favorites” for the best museums and everything related to children and family. Art Passages is a changing exhibition program in the county's new administrative building (1025 Escobar Street, Martinez) that highlights iconic programs and initiatives of the Contra Costa County Arts and Culture Commission. The exhibitions showcase artists, arts organizations and diverse creative expressions representative of Contra Costa County. The Contra Costa County Arts and Culture Commission and the County Office of Veterans Services have sponsored a program for veterans to paint self-portraits.