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Palo Alto is a quaint city located just south of San Francisco. This Silicon Valley city is home to the acclaimed Stanford University, and it also has quite a diverse array of things to do and see. From beautiful marshland trails to unique boutiques and shops, there is a lot to discover. Check your bags, both big and small, at a Bounce location so that you can freely see all Palo Alto has to offer.
Whether you are visiting on a cool winter day or working in the city in the summer’s heat, both the beautiful landscape and exciting sights are yours to enjoy. Heading out after a gym workout? Stop by a Bounce location and leave your bags for a few hours. Shopping, dining, and exploring Palo Alto will be a lot more enjoyable without the burden of luggage and with the peace of mind that your bags are safe and secure.
We are travelers, too, and know just how restricting it can be to tour a new city while also carrying around all your luggage. Bounce is an affordable and convenient solution. Bounce has several secure locations around Palo Alto where you can check luggage of any size, pay a low flat rate, and see the city freely.
Palo Alto has so much to offer, from amazing museums and incredible dining experiences to some of the best places to shop on the west coast. Here are a few places you definitely do not want to miss while you venture around the city without the burden of bags.
If you love the arts, Palo Alto has a lot to offer. Incredible museums across the city are ready to be toured and admired. With both indoor and outdoor museums, many of which are free, you are definitely going to enjoy the cultural experience of this great city.
Allied Art Guild: A beautiful outdoor garden with exquisite sculptures. This location has inspired many artists and is a perfect place to sit and enjoy the tranquility of Palo Alto.
Junior Museum & Zoo: A must visit, especially if you are traveling with kids. With animals and art, you can’t go wrong!
Computer History Museum: Celebrating what is at the heart of Silicon Valley, the computer museum will give you a fascinating look into the evolution of computer technology.
Looking to pick up a few souvenirs while visiting Palo Alto? You are in luck, as the city is full of amazing stores and boutiques. You can find everything you need and more in these great shopping districts.
Stanford Shopping Center: With over 140 stores, this outdoor shopping plaza is unique and varied. Here, you can find every retail chain, as well as many specialty shops to browse.
Downtown Palo Alto Farmers Market: Lots of farm-fresh produce and numerous food stands make this shopping destination quite delicious!
Town and Country Village: From a toy store to a day spa, restaurants to clothing stores, this is the perfect place to visit when you want a myriad of shopping options.
Palo Alto is an incredible place to try new, delicious foods. The city is known for its abundant restaurants, and you can easily find both exceptional dining and fast-casual choices. Check out these city favorites and consider stopping at one (or all) of them during your visit.
Bird Dog: With very unique ingredients like pine-smoked eel and mustard leaf kimchi, this restaurant is anything but ordinary.
Palo Alto Creamery: Decadent, homemade ice cream and an eclectic menu make this restaurant a place that everyone in the family will love.
True Food Kitchen: This healthy restaurant chain offers incredible fast food options that are actually good for you. From quinoa bowls to kale salads, you will feel refreshed after dining here.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Palo Alto?
Palo Alto offers several scenic parks including Stanford Cactus Garden, Stanford Arboretum, and The Oval.
Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Palo Alto?
You can find local tourist information at Stanford Visitor Center, Campus Map, and Visitor Center. Additionally, guideposts can be accessed at Guidepost and Deer Path Trail to make the most of your trip.
Where can I store my luggage in Palo Alto?
We've partnered with local Palo Alto businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.
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