Temecula is well renowned for its championship golf courses, a climate ideal for calm and gorgeous hot-air ballooning expeditions, and award-winning wineries tucked in 3,000 acres of magnificent wine country, but that’s only the start. Visitors will want to come again and again due to the community’s blend of exciting activities and nice individuals.
The Historic District
The Old Town district in Temecula combines historic structures with over 640 antique dealers, interesting shopping, and restaurants.
Many notable events take place in Old Town Temecula, including:
Summer weekend entertainment Western Days Semi-Annual Rod Runs
What to Do
Take a horse-drawn carriage ride or wander along the wooden boardwalks.
Visit the renowned Farmer’s Market every Saturday for a bounty of fresh food, flowers, and crafts.
Explore the Temecula Valley Museum and learn about the city’s history.
At the Imagination Workshop Children’s Museum, visit Professor Phineas Pennypickle’s home workshop.
Enjoy a night out at our Old Town Temecula Community Theater.
Shopping and Eating
If you’re seeking for a one-of-a-kind item, you’ll find it at a small specialized boutique or one of Temecula’s modern community centers. The Promenade Mall and Power Center provide the best convenience of large department store shopping. When it comes to dining, there is something for everyone’s taste and budget.
A day of boating and fishing at Lake Skinner, location of the annual Balloon and Wine Festival, or adjacent Diamond Valley Lake will tempt you to take the family for a trek on the Santa Rosa Plateau Wildlife Preserve.
Center for Entertainment
The Pechanga Tribe of American Indians operates the Pechanga Resort and Entertainment Center just south of Temecula, where tourists may enjoy gaming, boxing, and concerts.