Ainsley House 300 Grant St, Campbell, CA95008 The Ainsley House is a historical building built in 1925 in the English Tudor style of architecture. This community…More treasure has 15 furnished rooms, many with their original trappings. Surrounding the building are an array of English-style gardens open to the public. The Ainsley House's carriage house has been converted into the Morgan Gallery, which showcases exhibits about Campbell's history.
Campbell Union School District Corporation Yard 240 Harrison Ave, Campbell, CA95008 Located in historic downtown, in front of the Ainsley house, this parking lot is for service vehicles and city cars. It…More is also used for overflow parking when the library lot is filled next door. There are no public services or offices at this address.
Campbell Library 77 Harrison Ave, Campbell, CA95008 The Campbell Library is located next door to the Historic Ainsley House and Campbell City Hall. It houses a collection…More of 190,533 titles within its 24,000 square feet. The library's Friends of the Library organization has an ongoing book sale area within the library and a monthly sale on the second Saturday of the month. There is free wireless service to anyone who has an active Santa Clara County library card.
The Orchard City Green is a courtyard of green open spaces, benches, an outdoor ampitheater and public art…More display reflecting the city's agricultural past. This area between City Hall, Campbell Library and the Historic Ainsley House is a haven for all that just want to step into something a little more quiet (or lively, depending on the time of year).</p>
<p>Occasionally the green is used for public speeches or events, but the area also provides a place to cuddle up with your latest find from the library. During the summer, the annual Campbell Summer Concert Series takes place every Thursday night. Skateboarding and skating are prohibited.</p>
The Recreation Department of the City of Campbell maintains and oversees the Adult and Community Centers; the…More Historical Museum and Heritage Theatre; the Ainsley House and the Morgan Gallery; nine parks and a year-round calendar of classes for pre-school, youth and adults, as well as special event celebrations.</p>
<p>Regular programs include: youth art, science, music and sports; adult cooking, life skills, sports and fitness, as well as dancing and music classes; Tiny Tots, Kinder Kids and Kindergarten Prep pre-school and also many individual programs for toddlers, such as Music Together, Mornings on the Move, Wiggle & Move, Play & Sign, Math Skills, Reading Skills and many more. A variety of camps are available during the summer. A recreation activity guide is published and mailed to all members of the community three times per year.</p>