There are always fun events and happenings in Downtown Campbell, so sometimes it can be hard to decided which one to attend. That said, we’ve done some extensive research to put together a guide on all of the things you absolutely need to do in Downtown Campbell. We hope you enjoy it!
Campbell’s Farmer’s Markets is the place to be on Sunday mornings! Often referred to as ‘The Best Farmer’s Market in the South Bay’, the Campbell Farmer’s Market is an incredibly colorful and lively market full of flavors. You can spend hours browsing through anything from flowers and soaps to pizza and fresh fruits and veggies. We recommend skipping brunch and sampling the yummy coffee and breakfast goodies at the farmer’s market instead!
The Ainsley House is a fascinating piece of history located in Downtown Campbell. The guided tour gives you a detailed history of the Santa Clara Valley and the canning industry headed by Mr. Ainsley. Besides the history contained within the house, the grounds are immaculately maintained and offer visitors a lovely peaceful space to spend a day in Downtown Campbell.
The historic Heritage Theater is a stalwart of Campbell’s downtown, and is now a modern- day performing arts theater. The Heritage Theater has seen acts like The Temptations and Rick Springfield in the past and continues to delight locals with both well-known names and community performances. On the calendar in the months of October and November, Sara Evans and Blood Sweat and Tears both grace the stage!
Wine & Dine
There are some truly delicious restaurants in Downtown Campbell where you’ll be happy to sit back and relax after a fun-filled day in downtown. For Italian, look no further than Tigelleria Ristorante where you’ll find sustainable California ingredients flavoring authentic Italian dishes. Brown Chicken Brown Cow is a bit more casual, known for tasty grass-fed burgers and a rotating tap filled with local craft beers!