Martinez Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Martinez; our list of the best things to see, including Starbucks, Martinez Museum and Contra Costa County History Center.
  • Starbucks

    700 Main Street
    Everywhere in the world, with three locations in Martinez.
  • Martinez Museum

    1005 Escobar Street
    Tuesday & Thursday 11:30 - 3:00; First four Sundays 1:00 - 4:00. Includes exhibits on John Muir, Don Ignacio Martinez, Joe Di Maggio (another Martinez native), the Port Chicago disaster, and general history of the town, as well as a gift shop and information on tours, including a cemetery tour [1]!
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  • Contra Costa County History Center

    610 Main St Martinez, California
  • Benicia Historical Museum

    2060 Camel Road
    Adults $5, Seniors/students $3, Children 6-12 $2, 5 and under free. The Benicia Historical Museum is housed in the former Benicia Arsenal, a United States Army Depot, home of the infamous Camel Corps.
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  • John Muir National Historical Site

    4202 Alhambra Ave.
    (Located just north of highway 4 on Alhambra Ave.), ☎ +1 925 228-8860, fax: +1 925 228-8192. $3 entry fee. Children 15 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. This site includes a mansion, woodland, and grassland once belonging to John Muir and his family. Muir was known as an early environmentalist who founded the Sierra Club. Activities include a tour of the house and hiking. There is also an interesting adobe structure on site.
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  • Benicia Skatepark

    Exit from I780 North onto E
    , turn right and follow to Rose Dr. Take a left and follow to Community Park Drive where Benicia Community park will appear on your right hand side. It is in the park. A free skatepark to go to for Skateboards, skates and bikes. A very large skatepark. If you are into any of those sports, then it is a must-see.
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  • Martinez Skatepark

    is located on North Court Street
  • Benicia Capitol State Historic Park

    Intersection of 1st St. and G St
    The Benicia Capitol was the site of the third California State Capitol. Aside from the current Capitol Building in Sacramento, it is the only remaining State Capitol building. Next to the Capitol Building is the Fischer-Hanlon house, a historic structure listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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  • Amtrak

    601 Marina Vista Ave. Martinez, CA 94553
    One of a number of train stations connecting California cities and connecting to Amtrak's California Zephyr and Coast Starlight
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  • Dayton's Bar & Grill

    2368 Pacheco Blvd.
    The official Dayton Bar-n-Grill web site.
  • La Tapatia

    536 Main Street
    Located downtown. Family owned and operated business, with two restaurants: one in Martinez and one in Concord.
  • Taqueria Los Toros

    802 Main Street
    Located downtown. Coupon lunch offers for Jurors serving in the nearby Courthouse.
  • Ferry Street Station

    600 Ferry Street
    Located in downtown Martinez, great for a pint, some food, billiards, and live music.
  • Mangia Bene

    1170 Arnold Drive
    Located in a strip mall off of Morello Ave. Advertised as "The Best Kept Secret in Martinez."
  • Cinco De Mayo

    2250 Pacheco Blvd.
    Monday – Saturday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM – 7:30 PM. Restaurant and Catering
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Martinez uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.