Hart Memorial Park
Bakersfield's crown-jewel open space is Hart Memorial Park. On its 370 acres, there are a variety of activities to pass the day.
Buck Owens' Crystal Palace
In Buck Owens' Crystal Palace, dining, entertainment, and culture are all combined. Its goal is the preservation of Bakersfield Sound.
Kern County Museum
Museum of Kern County With costumed actors, well-kept relics, and intact structures, it immerses visitors in the history of Kern County.
The city of Bakersfield is crowded with restaurants serving local food, hip stores selling the newest styles, or precious antiques.
The Fox Theater in Bakersfield personifies a time when big-screen entertainment was elegant, romantic, and popular.
Buena Vista Museum of Natural History
Paleontology, anthropology, and geology are the three primary fields of study at this natural history museum in Bakersfield.
The Park at Riverwalk
In Bakersfield, there is a free park called The Park at River Walk. Additionally, a brook connects two lakes there. There are many picnic sites with shade and barbecues.
Bakersfield Museum of Art
The consortium provides many different opportunities for fine arts experiences, educational programmes, community engagement, and special events.
On the city's northern edge, atop a hill with views of the Kern River, lies Panoramic Park. Any time of day would be lovely to spend there, but especially around sunset.
California Living Museum
It offers a home to native Californian animals that are hurt or unable of being released, and it is recognized by the Zoological Association of America.
Kern River Parkway Trail
The Cairn River Parkway Track connects several outdoor attractions and natural areas, and it is a non-motorized walking trail that is enjoyable and free to use.