Temecula is well known for our championship golf courses, and perfect climate for serene and beautiful hot air balloon adventures.
Temecula has some of the best award-winning wineries nestled in 3,000 acres of picturesque wine country.
The city has a great mix of entertaining activities, great nightlife, shopping and friendly residents makes visitors want to return to this city we call home.
Great weather and fresh air will encourage you to take the entire family on a beautiful vacation to one of our wonderful destinations.
There is so much to do here - take a hike on the Santa Rosa Plateau Wildlife Preserve, go on a winery tour, shopping or spend the day relaxing on a boating and fishing extravaganza at nearby Lake Skinner.
Lake Skinner is the site of the Annual Balloon & Wine Festival. This is a must do and a must see while you are here from out of town!
Old Town, Temecula Has Everything Your Looking For
Located in the heart of our city is the Old Town. This area of town has 640 antique dealers and historic buildings. Old Town, located just off the west side of the I-15 freeway, has some very unique shopping and fantastic restaurants.
Old Town is the site of many special events including car shows, semi-annual Rod Runs, Western Days, and summer weekend entertainment.
It feels like you have gone back in time as you walk down the wooden planked sidewalks.
Every Saturday, visit the popular Farmer's Market that offers a wealth of fresh produce, flowers, and crafts.
Looking In The Vineyards For Something To Do?
In the heart of our beautiful countryside is our wine country. There you have the “adult Disneyland”.
The vineyards offer - wine tasting, wine tours and balloon rides just to name a few. Villas at some of the local wineries is great for a fantastic weekend away.
Wine tasting is something not to be missed. The wine country has an authentic San Francisco motorized cable car at your disposal.
This tour operator can customize tours from 1-4 wineries and with or without a picnic lunch. Your tour package can include a shopping spree through the antique shops in Old Town, and then end it with lunch at one of the local restaurants.
If you are a bit more adventurous you could think of getting on a Hummer or a Jeep tour with some friends. And for those of you who really like to do things with a bang, you could end a wine tour with a hot air balloon ride.
Weekend Events In Old Town, Temecula
Old Town events have a unique set-up when it comes to entertainment, dining options and shopping. Old Town provides you with sidewalks that are lined with timber, setting the mood for a wonderful walk around town.
Old Town offers:
- Rod Run
- Western Days
- Hot Summer Nights
- Outdoor Quilt Show
- The Farmers Market
- Halloween in Old Town
- The Bluegrass Festival
- Our Street Painting Festival
- Ralph Love Plein Air Festival
- The International Jazz Festival
- Erle Stanley Garden Mystery Weekend
- Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run
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