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"Out to Lunch" is a bronze statue by J. Seward Johnson. Known popularly as "The Reading Guy," it is located outside the Sunnyvale Library.
Popularly known as “The Reading Guy,” this J. Seward Johnson statue is officially called “Out to Lunch.” It’s so well loved it’s developing a bald spot on top of its head where everyone rubs at it.
Sunnyvale Landmark: William Wright House
Most likely built in 1862, the William Wright House is the oldest home in Sunnyvale.
Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum
The Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum is a replica of city founder Martin Murphy’s house. The original building was too damaged to save.
Bank of the West space ship building in downtown Sunnyvale
Way before Apple started its Jetsons Building HQ in Cupertino, downtown Sunnyvale had the Bank of the West spaceship. It opened in 1963, the same year as NASA at Moffett Field.
Downtown Sunnyvale Summer Concert Nightlife
Downtown Sunnyvale rocks every Wednesday night during the summer with a series of popular concerts. People dance and picnic with lawn chairs and mini coolers.