On this 75 minute private tour, we will split into two groups to be guided by Moffett Field Historical Society Museum docents through exhibits that are organized by eras. The museum portrays the history of NASA Moffett Field from the early '30s and the Lighter-than-Air period, to the current time with the Air National Guard and their search and rescue aircraft. In between, are the WW-II, Korean, Viet Nam and Cold War stories. There are some historic aircraft to view, some cockpits for those agile enough to get into (including a P-3 Orion Sub-hunter cockpit), an extensive collection of Navy Women's uniforms from WW-II to the present and so much more. The museum is wheelchair accessible. Tour size will be limited so reserve your spot now.
Stay cool this summer with a shady walk in the redwoods, an outdoor lunch with a cool beach breeze and a visit with local artists.
Avoid the heat of the summer on this journey through mostly shaded trails with a nice mix of flat, uphill and downhill to exercise your heart and mind. Along the way, we will soak up views of Stevens Creek reservoir and learn about this waterway's importance as a wildlife habitat, as well as plans to restore and protect it. We will end the day with an included social picnic. This special program is hosted in partnership with Valley Water.